Ordaining Reality: The Unabridged Version
Ordaining Reality: The Science Behind the Power of Positive Thinking
Many people believe in the Power of Positive Thinking, but no one has succeeded in credibly explaining how mere thoughts can tangibly influence physical nature and/or alter future occurrences. To explain the connection, this book presents a new paradigm of nature in layman’s terms from a physicist’s and philosopher’s perspective and then couples it with a thorough examination of how our right brain hemispheres have a unique capacity to tap into the hidden domain of the metaphysical.
To support this premise, the reader is immersed in the divergent worlds of physics and metaphysics and is then introduced to a new view of nature that undeniably links mind to matter. The book, although scientific in portions, was written for non-scientists as none of the information requires any antecedent knowledge or information that hadn’t already been provided beforehand. Further, the reader is optionally guided along pathways designed to navigate around the more technical sections of the book without losing context.
The principal aim of this extensive book is to construct a logical, solid case that overturns the familiar notion that matter exists and that non-material concepts like ideas, emotions, thoughts, etc. do not. The author makes a compelling argument that all that exists in both the physical and metaphysical worlds is vibration. The essence of the theory is this: vibrations are all that is; they come in two varieties, circular and straight-line. Circular vibrations attach to themselves (by definition) and comprise what science presently deems as the physical world. Consequently, they occupy a location in space.
Straight-line vibrations traverse space infinitely fast and travel infinitely far. They comprise the world of the metaphysical and therefore do not occupy a location in space. The presence of straight-line vibrations can only be detected when they impinge on circular vibrations and transfer their energy to them. Thus, as the book explains in rather convincing fashion, metaphysical vibrations exist, have the potential to influence matter and events, but remain undetected until they do so. It takes about 175 pages of the book to describe precisely how this fascinating discovery operates in the real world. Important to its charge, this new paradigm makes the case that the future can only be created with thoughts. In the final chapter, the author brings his readers through the necessary steps to put this knowledge to work to help them create their own realities.
Readers who want to know this critically important information, but lack the time and/or the scientific passion would be better served with one of the two abridged versions. For you science buffs…