The Quantum Self demonstrates how developments in modern subatomic physics demand a radical reappraisal of our conventional model of personality. In The Quantum Self, Danah Zohar argues that the insights of modem physics can illuminate our understanding of everyday life — our relationships to ourselve.. . The Quantum Self. Human Nature and Consciousness Defined by the New Physics by Danah Zohar. Quill/William Morrow ISBN It’s hard to.
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Sarah Burgart rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Our very thought exists as the chords sung by this multitudinous choral array.
The Quantum Self by Danah Zohar, A Review by Bobby Matherne
How does the material world for instance, ugly inner cities impinge upon our sense of self? Wave-like consciousness relates us to others and the whole.
But what she really says is that waves, functioning seelf a whole, govern particles. Others, in contrast, can interpret that prayer as a Nietzsche-like assertion of self, breaking away from the shackles of conformity, creating a self that is in harmony with itself.
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Particles are like individuals. Beautifully and engagingly written. Since the low level microwave radiation that collapses into the condensed phase of consciousness does not stop at the skin, our consciousness inter-relates with other living and perhaps non-living matter in the universe. Bo Mcfarland rated it really liked it May 20, Tapi, karena buku ini sangat fasih dalam bertutur, dan yang terutama, berhasil memformulasikan sufi dalam persamaan fisika, saia kasih 5 bintang: When more energy is pumped into an individual by the focused attention of others, we would expect the unity of consciousness and therefore its clarity to be increased.
This is almost an exact statement of one of James Redfield’s insights in the Celestine Prophecy. It drew my attention. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The Quantum World View. Amin rated it liked it Apr 07, Jul 14, Kacper rated it it was ok. The cost of this model, however, has been the overlooking of another dsnah to human knowing and experience, what might be called the intuitive side, the side that draws on wisdom, imagination, and creativity.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. In this way, Zoh In the first half of the book, Zohar provides a primer on the quantum world.
As with all of life, if not before, 2 her argument is that we ourselves function as quantum selves. A Quantum Mechanical Model of Consciousness. Does the new physics provide a basis by which our consciousness might continue beyond death?
The Quantum Self: Human Nature and Consciousness Defined by the New Physics
How does the material world for instance, ugly inner cities impinge upon our sense of self? Alex Kardon rated it it was ok Apr 20, She strays too far from the materialist principles that she covers in the first part of her book.
Henry Le Nav rated it liked it Apr 09, Books by Danah Zohar. Particle and wave are united by something transcendent so that a whole is more than the sum of its parts.
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Plato splits mind from the body or, rather, subsumes the body to mind. As David Bohm says, ” Bridie Knight rated it liked it Dec 13, Account Options Sign in. Trivia About The Quantum Self. Where is the interface between the two? There was a time when everything in my life was quantum.
Marshall Snippet view – In The Quantum SelfDanah Zohar argues that the insights of modem physics can illuminate our understanding of everyday life — our relationships to ourselves, to others, and to the world at large. I used this book when I was writing my thesis on poetry. One of the consequences of the Bose-Einstein condensate model is that the unity of consciousness will be affected by the amount of energy pumped into a system.
To ask other readers questions about The Quantum Selfplease sign up. Dec 25, Stuart Berman rated it it was amazing Shelves: Guiding us through the strange and fascinating workings of the subatomic realm to create a new model of human consciousness, the author addresses enduring philosophical questions.
I really think, the author of this book should’ve taken that bit of advice. I went off and read other quantum related tomes. I read a self-help book for advice, and this one didn’t do it for me. Guiding us through the strange and fascinating workings of the subatomic realm to create a new model of Judaism understand both the interconnectedness of everything the oneness of the universe and the role of individual free will.
Mar 20, Yasmin rated it it was amazing. If you want to write a self help book, just do it, don’t dress it up like something else Zohar’s book provides extensive an physical basis for most of Redfield’s Celestine insights. May 01, Cindy Barnes rated it it was amazing.