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4.0 out of 5 stars The role of the eternal cosmic spiritual field
Science and the Akashic Field: An integral theory of everything, by Ervin Laszlo, Inner Traditions, Rochester, Vermont, 2004, 224 ff.

The role of the eternal cosmic spiritual field
By Howard A. Jones

`There are many ways of comprehending the world: through personal insight, mystical intuition, art, and poetry, as well as the belief systems of...
Published on 13 Dec 2009 by Dr. H. A. Jones

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2.0 out of 5 stars My Review
All depends on what you're looking for, Metaphysics is a complex subject in its self and takes time to read and re read, to grasp new concepts.

This books description looks good. I can only speak from my own personal view. I found it far too intellectual. Cold and clinical. So much technical and science fact or speculation, as you read each chapter you seem to...
Published on 19 May 2008 by Mr. Ak Garley


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5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating, 13 Oct 2012
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I'm still thinking about this book, and I've already read it twice. Laszlo is one of our greatest thinkers. The idea of Akasha is ancient, but Laszlo presents it here as being pertinent to the most modern of world views.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A little Knowledge is a dangerous thing...., 16 Jun 2011
This review is from: Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything (Paperback)
After seeing this book and watching Eureka I had to find out more about this Akashic Field thing so got the book.
Starts off name dropping before getting in to it. Unfortunately there's lots of bad science with too small sample amounts and inconclusive results that the author takes as conclusive. Some good science on the Higgs field then on to Indian mysticysm as proof. The name of the field was made up by the author and has been renamed 3 times over the years so the idea isn't new.
The bad science is explained at the end when you find out the author ISN'T a scientist but a pianist.

A book on the zero point quantum field written by a pianist nuff said??
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1.0 out of 5 stars What a load of b******t!, 23 Nov 2010
This is pure nonsense trying to masquerade as science by occasionally throwing in a scientific term. I don't know why this is under the science category, it is more religion than reason. People like the author exploit the current gaps in understanding and try to fill it pseudo-scientific theories which ultimately solve nothing. This is nothing new however, people have been doing this for as long as rational thinking has existed, and each time they are ridiculed, ignored and soon forgotten.
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