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Books by Itzhak Bentov. Apr 29, Jacob Fure rated it it was amazing Shelves: Get to Know Us. Our metaphysical energy is conserved when we die.

I think Bentov gets carried away in the latter section of the book but still is on to something. Paperbackpages. Learn more at Author Central. I picked up this book after reading about the authors bio on wikipedia. The first four chapters are quite demanding science reading for the novice, however well worth the effort.

Jun 24, Sandi rated it it was amazing. This book is turning out to be all about a vibrational existence, and how everything – even our minds, and thoughts, our most subtlest of movements, have impact on the universe.


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Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness by Itzhak Bentov

My guess is that it was possibly to warn the user of the potential dangers that may arise from prolonged meditation. This is by far the clearest discussion of quantum theory I have read to date.

BUT some of the core concepts radically changed my perception of reality when I was young. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This motion is like an Anaxagorean or Empedoclean vortex — spinning in a centripetal and centrifugal process.

Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness

This fits with what I read in The Power of Now, and the Tobias channels of the Crimson Cir This is by far the clearest discussion of quantum theory I have read to date.

Bentov began with a workshop in the basement of a Catholic church in Belmont, Massachusetts in the s. By no coincidence I turned 22 that year. Sep 09, Jeanne rated it really liked it Shelves: I recommend this book to anyone with imagination and an interest in the sciences.


Evidence that time travels, it hops, skips and does quantum jumps and leaps of faith through Space and Time. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Too often books hentov these subjects plunge headlong into the abyss of mysticism,faith healing and ranting Utopian ideals,this however is a much more serious effort at explaining itzha, mechanics of consciousness. My expanding and evolving book!

It was not until after his death that she learned about his life in the Israeli Defense Forces and that he had created Israel’s first rocket. Packard, and Robert S. This book to me trod the line between modern physics and occult philosophy. Feb 15, Debra Brunk rated it it was amazing.

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