Quantum Creativity

Quantum CreativityQuantum Creativity is a wonderful balance of science and philosophy by Amit Goswami, Ph.D. Dr. Goswami is a theoretical quantum physicist, so this book has a scientific background and explanation for the concept that we create our own reality. Yet at the same time the author’s voice is quite human and easy to relate to.

I especially appreciated the author’s focus on creativity, and its energetic interrelationship. This is a fresh, new exploration within quantum physics for me, and I am simultaneously condensed and expanded. (A downward causation concurrently showcasing the field of potentiality?? Ha ha)

In reading this book, I finally discovered my concise response to use when asked in physics conversations. (Yes, I actually have these.)  When replying to Newtonian counterparts with the comment of, “I’m actually more of a quantum physics gal,” I would invariably be asked to explain. I would attempt to share the idea of creating reality, the Law of Attraction, and the universal field, only to watch scientific minds find my explanation to be amusing and then dismissed.

However, after reading this book I now have a simplified, common-language response to use that will enable minds to remain open to further conversation:

Newtonian physics = everything is made of matter.

Quantum physics = everything is made of energy.

Anyone who is interested in the language of energy will appreciate this book, whether you are science-minded or not.  If you are drawn in any way, no matter how remotely, to a scientific aspect as well, you will be particularly glad you picked this one up.

Hay House gifted me my choice of this book through their Book Nook blogger program, in exchange only for my honest opinion of it. 

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