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Started by DylansDad, June 30, 2021, 05:59:52 PM
Quote from: DylansDadPhysicist and out-of-body explorer for decades has written a trilogy of books where he does his best to create a grand Theory of Everything that includes the "little picture" (materialist life on Earth) and the "big picture" (materialist life on earth AND all the non-physical realms). I love these books, but warn you. These are not easy reads. He is a physicist. Although he tries to keep the discussion proper for regular people, it still takes real concentration to get all the new terms he created, such as "Larger Consciousness Unit" = God or All that IS. Or IUOC = Individual Unit of Consciousness = You as an incarnate being on earth. This is heavy stuff. Of course, Seth isn't easy either. I offer you all Tom because he really works hard to make his experiences and overall theory understandable. He starts off slow and gradually builds the theory, repeating essential pieces so you can get a refresher as you read. But it takes a real commitment. This isn't a trilogy you read while watching THE BIG BANG THEORY reruns or doing your nails or whatever. LOL
Quote from: DebI've bought this book twice. The first time, I started reading it and then got distracted, and eventually donated the book thinking it was way too ambitious for me. Then something (probably a post here) encouraged me to buy the book again, which I did. Later, an attempt to de-clutter my life prompted me to donate the book again. But I soon had second thoughts, retrieved it from the donate pile, and so here I am. A HUGE book on my to-read list. And I've been working on my own big ToE. I've watched YouTube videos of Thomas Campbell, and Bruce Lipton, and they made a lot of sense to me.
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