Do you want to take a trip down the rabbit hole?
Get ready, because that’s exactly what you’ll do when you open this book! Never before has a self-help book so dramatically altered the status quo—or reality for that matter. With a genre-busting breakthrough format and layout, the graphics, colors and concepts compel readers to ask themselves Great Questions that will recreate their lives as they know them. With the help of 14 leading quantum physicists, scientist and spiritual thinkers, this book guides readers on a course from the scientific to the spiritual, from the universals to the deeply personal. Along the way, it asks such questions as:
Are we seeing the world as it really is?
What are thoughts made of?
What is the relationship between our thoughts and our world?
Are we biologically addicted to certain emotions?
Can I create my ideal day every day?
The answer to the last question is a resounding yes: you are an infinite set of possibilities, and you can choose every day which reality you want to create for yourself. This book shows you how.
- Oversized hardcover!
- Full-color throughout!
- Active page design feauturing boxes, pull-outs and exercises!
- More than 50 movie stills, photos and illustrations!
- New interviews and theories!
- More than 30 short chapters!
In this book a unique synergy is achieved between the interactive format, full-color graphics and the ability to take the complicated, dense material of mysticism, philosophy and quantum physics and boil it down to easy to understand, practical advice. What the Bleep Do We Know!? is the self-help phenomena millions have been waiting for. Key Features
- Forget your boring self-help books. This book has a different size, feel and look than anything else on the shelf.
- Uses the graphics, style, feel and basic structure of the phenomenal movie.
- Short chapters will be easy to understand and digest.
- Concise 30-step journey from the theoretic (quantum physics) to the personal (how to“create your day”).
- Practical exercises show how complex theories interact with daily life.