What would it mean to discover that we have extraordinary qualities of self-healing, longevity and deep intuition in our lives? Could it be that the advanced consciousness once achieved by the few monks, nuns, and mystics in the past is actually meant to be a normal part of our daily lives?
In this book of revelations, five-time New York Times bestselling author and 2018 Templeton Award nominee Gregg Braden explains that we no longer need to ask these questions in the form of “What if?”
In the first part of the book you will discover:
– why new scientific discoveries no longer support the generally accepted story about the origin of humanity,
– why evolution cannot explain our existence,
– evidence that heart cells think, feel and remember, and why this is important,
– that the universe is not dead, as modern science explains,
– that the latest discoveries support what ancient texts have been teaching for thousands of years.
In the second, practical part of the book, you will receive:
– techniques that can be used to awaken deep intuition on demand,
– ancient tools for a long life and coping with the stress of the modern world,
– strategies to replace the “struggle for survival” with cooperation and empathy, with what we can
change our fate and the fate of the world,
– instructions on how to change our beliefs about who we are and what our mission on Earth is.
Recent discoveries ranging from human evolution and genetics to the new science of neurocardiology (the bridge between the brain and the heart) have changed the way we think about ourselves, our origins and our capabilities over the past 150 years. In this reader-friendly journey of discovery, Braden highlights the fact that as humans we are even stronger and more connected to each other and to the world than scientists once believed. This undeniable fact leads to even deeper mysteries: How to awaken the extraordinary abilities that come from such an extraordinary connection? And what role does our ancient and mysterious heritage play in our lives today?
When new discoveries prove that the existing human story is no longer based on fact, it is time to change the story. This simple truth is the foundation of the present book.
Five-time New York Times best-selling author and scientist Gregg Braden is internationally recognized as a pioneer in connecting science, spirituality and the real world. After a successful career as a computational geologist during the energy crisis of the 1970s, he worked as a representative in the US Air Force Space Command in the 1980s.
In 1991, he became the first technical manager of operations for Cisco Systems. Since 1986, Gregg has been exploring highland villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to combine ancient, timeless mysteries with the best of modern science. The author of 11 award-winning books, now published in 38 languages, he has received numerous honors, including a nomination for the prestigious Templeton Award in 2018. He has shared his presentations with the United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, and US military units, as well as in the form of media presentations. around the world.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gregg Braden, the world-renowned author of numerous bestsellers selected by the famous American newspaper The New York Times, is considered a pioneer in the integration of science and spirituality. As a former senior computer systems assembler (Martin Marietta Aerospace) during the energy crisis of the 1970s, a computer geologist during the last years of the Cold War (Phillips Petroleum), and as a technical operations manager (Cisco System), he has an exceptional ability to find innovative solutions for complex problems.
For more than twenty years, Braden has searched high mountain villages, remote monasteries, ancient temples and forgotten texts to uncover the veil of their timeless mystery. He is best known for books such as The Divine Matrix, Fractal Time, Deep Truth, Spontaneous Belief Healing. His works have been translated into fifteen languages and are available in twenty-three countries.
No. pages: 270
Dimensions: 22.0 x 14.0 cm
Release year: 2019
Author: Gregg Braden