Think of an Elephant: Combining Science and Spirituality for a Better Life

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Watkins Media Limited, Dec 19, 2011 - Science - 352 pages
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Too often, it seems that science and spirituality are irreconcilable but Paul Bailey shows that hard fact and direct spiritual experience can come together harmoniously, and only when they do will the true nature of the universe be revealed to us. What he has to say will inspire mind-shifts and alter our perception of the universe. Bailey's revolutionary approach emerged from a whimsically phrased, but ultimately serious question that scientists tried to answer: If an elephant were sucked into a black hole, where would its matter go? Astonishingly, they realized that the elephant's fate altered depending on each person's particular viewing position. And that's what Bailey allows us to do: see reality and our lives from a different perspective.

By linking the apparently unrelated fields of quantum physics, holistic health, cosmology, theology, neuroscience, evolutionary theory, and consciousness studies, Bailey proves that each is a facet of a greater, unified reality, and that science and spirituality are two sides of the same coin. With this knowledge, we will finally understand our place in the universe and gain new insights into some of the most challenging questions facing the world today.

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?Paul Bailey, a teacher, a businessman, a motivational speaker and a healer, runs corporate training courses in executive skills, original thinking, and team-building throughout Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Americas.

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