Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World
Living in Flow by Sky Nelson-Isaacs is a book I have been longing for! It is a book that shows how what is commonly regarded as magic or mere “wishful thinking” is actually science that we can strive to replicate. This is something I’ve tried to articulate to others before, although I lacked the wherewithal to explain it properly.
Nelson-Isaacs does a magnificent job of explaining his theory of flow and synchronicity, and he is equally clear on what it patently is not. He gives layman’s explanations of the quantum mechanics underlying his theory, along with practical applications and all the tools you’ll need to initiate probability shuffles of your own in order to draw you closer to what you seek.
He also warns that one needs to be introspective, as subconscious feelings affect the shuffle, and may indeed be stronger than your conscience aims. This is how synchronicity works in two ways. To play off Hamlet, synchronicity is neither good nor bad but rather the thinking makes it so. We live in a responsive, living yet indifferent universe. Subjective experience is key, too. Synchronicities must be meaningful to the person in question.
The techniques offered here can teach you to find your courage and broaden your horizons. Take a chance, I think you’ll find it’s well worth it!
|Page Count||208 pages|
|Publisher||North Atlantic Books|
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