The Holotropic Mind

  The Three Levels of Human Consciousness, With Hal Zina Bennett, New York: HarperCollins, 1993. In The Holotropic Mind Stanislav Grof exposes his vision of a holographic universe, and he summons convincing amounts of data and evidence for his view. Grof’s contribution is important especially right now as the holographic view of the universe is one of… Continue reading The Holotropic Mind


Life After Death

  The Book of Answers, London: Rider, 2006. Life After Death is one of Deepak Chopra’s best books. I am talking about this specific edition that he published with Rider in London, not about the later version entitled Life after Death: The Burden of Proof, that he published in the USA. What makes the strength of… Continue reading Life After Death

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

  Down the Rabbit Hole Quantum Edition, 20th Century Fox, 2006 (3 DVD Set). What the Bleep Do We Know!? by William Arntz & Betsy Chasse was a companion for me over months without end. It was the most important documentary I have ever seen. Life is complexity. Looking at it through the eyes of native peoples,… Continue reading What the Bleep Do We Know!?

The Holographic Universe

  New York: Harper Perennial, 1992. The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot is an extraordinary book, and a captivating read from the first to the last page. Not only has this book merited more than five stars, it merits both a literary prize and a distinction for exemplary scientific research. As the author has already… Continue reading The Holographic Universe

Entangled Minds

  Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality, New York: Paraview Pocket Books, 2006. To be frank and straight right at the start, I find this book by Dean Radin much more interesting than his first book, The Conscious Universe, but this has to do with the simple fact that I am researching on these matters since two… Continue reading Entangled Minds

Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos

  The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality, Rochester: Inner Traditions, 2006. The present is a sampler, not completely authored, but edited by Ervin Laszlo. But that’s surely not a disadvantage. The book starts with a statement that really made me happy. I have never believed in the big bang theory, as this theory is… Continue reading Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos

Science and the Akashic Field

  An Integral Theory of Everything, Rochester: Inner Traditions, 2004. Science and the Akashic Field by Ervin Laszlo is after the books of Paracelsus, Mesmer, Reichenbach, Reich, Burr, Lakhovsky, Capra, Emoto, Hunt and Sheldrake the most important book I have read on the integration of the energy paradigm—associated with the perennial notion of the ‘ether’— into the… Continue reading Science and the Akashic Field