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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To ask other readers questions about The Quantum Selfplease sign up. This book doesn’t make any qantum to me. This is almost an exact statement of one of James Redfield’s insights in the Celestine Prophecy. This is what TQS is about.

Zohar considers all the possible paths that a young girl might take from virginity to married bliss. Nov 25, Stephen rated it it was amazing.

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Harper CollinsMay 24, – Science – pages. Where better to look for these answers than at the quantum level? Also, while some individuals are more particle than a relational wave, Zohar does not talk about this point. Bo Mcfarland rated it really liked it May 20, Sarah Burgart rated it it was amazing Jan 16, View all 44 comments.

Ourselves as Coauthors of. Particles function as mental energy that move relationally, outside of itself, and toward the self-organized whole of which she writes.

I really think, the author of this book should’ve taken that bit of advice. I came back to The Quantum Self satisfied with its plausibility. Zohar contrasts this oneness of Being with the prevailing view, emanating from the philosophy of Plato, and running through Descartes and Newton.


Quantum consciousness expands by forming ever-greater wholes that can extend to cosmic knowing. In this case, it might be the hope that we survive beyond death or a Jungian yearning to be part of a greater whole God as oneness or a transcendent tribe. We are particle and wave, but we particularly function as waves. Steven Pugmire rated it it was amazing Jun 08, My library Help Advanced Book Search.

But what she really says is that waves, functioning as a whole, govern particles. Books by Danah Zohar. Zohar wants us to drop the particle side to focus on the Zen-like wave side, yet her argument at the beginning of the book does not split us up that way. Want to Read saving…. Newtonian physics cannot explain consciousness.

The Quantum Self

May 25, david blumenshine rated it it was ok. Our very thought exists as the chords sung by this multitudinous choral array. No trivia or quizzes yet. Stephen James rated it it was ok Nov 06, Account Options Sign in. Zohar seamlessly blends quantum physics, psychotherapy and spirituality into an every zohr guide for living your life.

The cost tge this model, however, has been the overlooking of another side to human knowing and experience, what might be called the intuitive side, the side that draws on wisdom, imagination, and creativity.

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Apr 01, Michel rated it it was ok. In The Quantum SelfDanah Zohar argues that the insights of modem physics can illuminate our understanding of everyday life — our relationships to ourselves, uqantum others, and to the world at large.

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Tapi, karena buku ini sangat fasih dalam bertutur, dan yang terutama, berhasil memformulasikan sufi dalam persamaan fisika, saia kasih danqh bintang: For a great many physical processes are the result of these so-called virtual transitions. In trying to wrap my mind around the concepts of quantum physics, I became interested in if and how quantum physics informed my mind. Sep 14, Bob Nichols rated it really liked it.

The Quantum Self: Human Nature and Consciousness Defined by the New Physics

Return to Book Page. One of my favourite non-fiction books. Guiding us through the strange and fascinating workings of the subatomic realm to create a new model of D buktinya, sepanjang isi buku ini, ngomong muter-muter, tapi intinya cuma beberapa: Had she spent more time studying Jewish mysticism she would have found more parallels to her work where we find the middle road is essential between the physical world and the spiritual world.

The only thing I liked is the Bertrand Russell quote about the meaningless of life. Previous to his discovery these were thought to exist only in superfluids and superconductors — at very low temperatures. Particles are like individuals.

Using analogies and layman language, she explains theories in an easy to understand way while still going into enough detail. Abysses rated it it was amazing May 18,