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on 11 January 2006
Have read many spiritual and healing books, but this one is phenominal. Recommended after attending a retreat with one of the authors, Doctor Gabriel Cousens. Dr Cousens is, in the opinion of many people, the worlds leading wholistic physician. The book genuinely does present a new paradigm in wholistic healing. I have since attended a course with the co-author David Wagner which teaches you how to use the tachyonised materials to enhance your self-development. This was a life changing experience, and if you want to take the first step on this journey, the book is an excellent place to start.
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on 19 December 2004
Oh dear. Never have I heard so much pseudobabble in my entire life.
Firstly tachyons do not exist outside of Star Trek (for if they did Special Relativity would be violated). Secondly, paragraphs such as:
"Our world is a world of form; therefore, the only way for a world of form to interface with formless zero-point energy is through tachyon. In itself, tachyon energy has stored all information needed to create a perfect Energetic Continuum in every individualized form of life. Everything that transpires in the human body, for example, already exists within tachyon, in perfect form"
do nothing to persuade me to the contrary.
Thirdly, the blatant marketing of products such as "Tachyonized Water 32 oz" (which costs £67.81 from their website) is just patronising and rude, assuming total ignorance of science on the part of the reader.
Sadly, most readers of this book will be totally ignorant of science, and I'm sure the authors are laughing all the way to the bank.
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