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Read "The Tao of Physics An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism" by Fritjof Capra available from Rakuten Kobo. Editorial Reviews. Review. First published in , The Tao of Physics rode the of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism - Kindle edition by Fritjof Capra. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Jan 31, The Tao of physics by Fritjof Capra; 24 editions; First published in ; DAISY for print-disabled Download ebook for print-disabled (DAISY).

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TAO. OF. PHYSICS. An Exploration of the Parallels. Between Modern Physics ad Eastern .. or Tao-of physics can be a path with a heart, a way to spiritual. Here is the book that brought the mystical implications of subatomic physics to popular consciousness for the very first time—way back in This special. TAO. OF. PHYSICS. An Exploration of the Parallels. Between Modern Physics ad Eastern Mysticism p reprinted from Physics in the Twentieth Century by.

These can have their origin in different cultures, eras or religious traditions, but providing there is a contact established between them, we can expect fascianting transformations. Physics and science have always had a decisive influence on all levels of human life. They are the basis of all natural sciences and, by combining them with technology, we were allowed to build the world we see today. Whether positive or negative, the impact of physics on mankind has changed both our world and our way of thinking. The research and development in this field have given us insight on the Universe. The different stages physics has went through in time have forced scientists to revise and change its fundamental concepts and laws, thus giving birth to new ideas and theories that completely change the way we view our world. This now answers many questions once asked of religion.

I strongly recommend the book to both layman and scientist. Mansfield, Physics Today "I have been reading the book with amazement and the greatest interest, recommending it to everyone I meet, and as often as possible, in my lectures. I think [Capra has] done a magnificent and extremely important job. See all Editorial Reviews. Product details File Size: Shambhala; 5th ed.

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This is an amazing book to read if you want to see how some of the most important ideas in eastern mysticism and modern physics are converging.

Actually, the "converging" is only taking place in our understanding: I say "for the most part" because towards the end of the book about the last two chapters he basically says "screw the layman" and delves deeply into S matrix theory in a very technical, confusing, boring, and brain-overloading way. This is where he lost me; I wasn't able to finish the book. But most of the book is a great read--one of the best on the subject in my opinion. Wish this was written in when my High school physics professor mentioned that I could reinforce the principles of the yoga I was studying with the study of physics.

I thought he was out of his mind since I thought they were complete opposites. Capra explains so eloquently that science and mysticism are not dichotomies but dialectically in sync. Capra ends one more separation that existed for me. Paperback Verified Purchase. An excellent read for anyone interested in the relationship between sophisticated modern physics and the human experience.

It is alittle in depth on some of the physics concepts if you are not familiar with much, but a few breaks for some research on the internet cleared up the jargon for myself and helped me grasp some of the concepts better.

Very satisfying read. One of my favorite books. Great book! One of my favorite books! It clearly shows the connection between eastern mysticism Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism and western philosophies in science; and how they're just different ways of explaining the same thing.

A bit longer than I expected, but the kind of long that you appreciate. Again, Great book, and recommended to anyone who has any interest at all in physics, the universe, math, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, or even history.

Now that the Tao and Quantum physics are merging into a new religion, it becomes imperative that understanding the mechanics of both is necessary for those that seek understanding about reality and what lies beyond. Taoism may seem strange and exotic to Westerners and faith-based believers, but here, the undeniable facts show no separation between this ancient philosophy and contemporary science. As a fan of Bohr, I was both amused and amazed at his insight into this mysterious unity.

Fritjof Capra knows very well how to expose and articulate complicated technical concepts of modern physics.

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Even though complete beginners will probably not understand and learn every single scientific concept and model without really studying them by means of additional material in different moments, the curious, sensitive readers will surely have an illuminating experience with this work and may feel stimulated not only to explore its implications soon but also to read it again after one or more years.

As for the cosmologist concepts underlying systematic meditation, yoga, Chinese traditional medicine, religious or artistic rituals, and other ancient, traditional practices of India, China, and Japan's highly educated culture, Capra keeps the same level of writing quality.

And, of course, the link between quantum-relativistic physics and Eastern mysticism is extremely responsible. Simply put, the book is a must! If you are painfully familiar with classic Western thought, with its fixed rules based upon "known" facts and repetitious cycle of discoveries that disprove those same facts, treat yourself to this non-jargon based exploration of Eastern thought.

Through observation and meditation, they did what Einstein could not do, developed a theory of how the universe works for galactic and sub-atomic sized events and objects. In the process, they suggested that everyone and everything in the universe may simultaneously both contain and compose every other aspect of that universe.

I loved this book! A bit of science background or understanding helps, otherwise I recommend not getting too hung up on remembering specifics in the latter chapters. Focus on the meaning in its totality. If one can do this? See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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