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The Choice: Using Conscious Thought and Physics of the Mind to Reshape the World

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You've probably heard of The Secret. Now it's time to make The Choice.

There is a great shift coming in the near future. We can all feel it. But what does it truly herald for the planet we inhabit?

Is there reason for concern about the apocalyptic prophecies of the Mayan calendar, and is there an underlying physics driving these changes?

How do planetary alignments and astron
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 15th 2010 by New Page Books
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Dave Bara
The Choice is an excellent book that takes many complicated scientific and metaphysical concepts and ties them together in a unified theme. Bara's greatest strength as an author is making these complex concepts accessible to the average reader.

The book is at it's strongest (I feel) when it is focused on the links between the Mayan 2012 calendar and the Yuga cycle work of Carl Calleman. This is compelling stuff, and forces us to consider many different possibilities than we are being given in th
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Guy McElwaine
In a promotional interview for this book, aerospace dropout Mike Bara boasted "I'm completely confident I can prove that there's no such thing as the laws of physics." Ha-ha. What he's proved instead is that there's no such thing as his comprehension of those laws. He's wrong about planetary influences (pp 17,31), wrong about centrifugal force (p.32), wrong about the eccentricity of the orbit of Mars (p.34), wrong several times about gravitation (p.134 e.g.), wrong about Faraday cages (p. 139 -- ...more
Guy McElwaine
In a promotional interview for this book, aerospace dropout Mike Bara boasted "I'm completely confident I can prove that there's no such thing as the laws of physics." Ha-ha. What he's proved instead is that there's no such thing as his comprehension of those laws. He's wrong about planetary influences (pp 17,31), wrong about centrifugal force (p.32), wrong about the eccentricity of the orbit of Mars (p.34), wrong several times about gravitation (p.134 e.g.), wrong about Faraday cages (p. 139 -- ...more
Zachary Yeung
the author has taken me to another level of thinking on the established scientific theories and facts just as when I was confronted with the reality of our civilization today and its actual workable modus operandi. in order to live harmonious in accordance with Nature and the natural law of life, one has to recognize if the existing way of life (the one we're taught since birth that which seems "normal") actually sustains life itself or not. i cannot personally verify if the proposed theories in ...more
Dave Bara
The Choice is an excellent book that takes many complicated scientific and metaphysical concepts and ties them together in a unified theme. Bara's greatest strength as an author is making these complex concepts accessible to the average reader.

The book is at it's strongest (I feel) when it is focused on the links between the Mayan 2012 calendar and the Yuga cycle work of Carl Calleman. This is compelling stuff, and forces us to consider many different possibilities than we are being given in th
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Annie Lewis
This was an interesting perspective on our energetic world. The author is too focused on riding the wave of "The Secret" bending scientific and historical research to match his own hokey theory. I do think he has some valid arguments and provides some food for thought however there are many more books available that provide a more grounded argument on these topics.
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