'What is reality? This book may answer that question once and for all.' - Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.
'A classic in the field of science and spirituality... A new scientific story is emerging, offering evidence that all matter exists in a vast web of connection.' - Lynne McTaggart
'A lifeline that helps bridge the gap between mind and matter, between us and the rest of the cosmos.' - Lyall Watson
From my about me section: When I was 19, I moved to Portland OR for a little while with my closest friend. We spent our times hiking mountains and playing music with someone we had met our 2nd day there at a punk show. This individual's Dad was a paranoid schizophrenic, with the most severe symptoms I've ever known. One day, he came up to me, with his eyes wide and his hair jetting off in all directions in an unkempt frenzy. He had a book in his hand, The Holographic Universe: by Michael Talbot, and with an intensity I'll never forget, he told me 'They told me you need to have this.' I didn't realize how much that moment would impact me at the time, but a few weeks later, on the top of a mountain I had just climbed, staring at the sun through the clouds (which I could actually look at without it hurting my eyes), I had an epiphany that I had gotten everything I needed out of Portland and it was time to come home to Minnesota. It wasn't until a couple months later that I read the book and realized the entire reason I needed to go to Oregon was that it was the shortest, most concise path for me to take to get this book (and my cat, Spazz). That book changed the trajectory of my entire life, and I recommend anyone that is interested in spirituality, the nature of the universe, or the human potential to read it.
I hope you gain as much as I did from reading this book.