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This is a wonderful book There is a great chapter on the critcal usage of complex numbers in physics.

This is a wonderful book. Norman Friedman is very good at explaining complex physics and with relating it to information from spiritual sources. 3 people found this helpful. There is a great chapter on the critcal usage of complex numbers in physics. These math areas of the book are at least semi-isolated - so the reader can deal with such math when ready. The Hidden Domain" has an excellent Relativity and Quantum Multiuniverse cross-comparison. Time, Energy, Bell's Theorem and Phase-Entanglement are all explained well.

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In The Hidden Domain, the continuation of his very popular Bridging . I would surmise that Norman Friedman's book Bridging Science and Spirit will turn out to be a benchmark in that inquiry.

In The Hidden Domain, the continuation of his very popular Bridging Science and Spirit, Norman Friedman explores this realm using non-mathematical concepts that are solidly grounded in science. Norman Friedman has made an important and thoughtful contribution to this new science. Amit Goswami, P. Professor of Physics, University of Oregon; author of The Self-Aware Universe.

The books discuss the idea that the physical environment is constructed and maintained by the inner selves . Friedman, Norman (1994). The Woodbridge Group. ISBN 978-1-889964-09-6.

The books discuss the idea that the physical environment is constructed and maintained by the inner selves of the individual occupants (including the animals). The inner selves project, en masse, a pattern for physical reality which is then filled with energy, as needed, by each individual  . Bridging Science and Spirit: Common Elements in David Bohm's Physics, The Perennial Philosophy and Seth. ISBN 978-1-889964-07-2.

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Norm’s second book, THE HIDDEN DOMAIN: Home of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature’s Creative Source, is immensely riveting as Norm continues to explore not only the source of our universe, but innumerable other universes as well. and author says, This important book is a bridge to a new millennium in which the divisions of science and spirituality, intellect and intuition, will be harmonized.

and The Wisdom of Your Cells Norman Friedman, author of Bridging . David Bohm’s Physics, The Perennial Philosophy and Seth The Hidden Domain Home of the Quantum Wave Function Nature’s Creative Source.

and The Wisdom of Your Cells Norman Friedman, author of Bridging Science and Spirit and The Hidden Domain Bernie Siegel, . author of Love, Medicine and Miracles Gerald G. Jampolsky, . author of Love is Letting Go of Fear Anne Meara, actor, playwright, and partner of Stiller and Meara comedy team Willis Harman, P.

Did you know that our everyday world arises form an invisible ocean of unlimited energy that surrounds and permeates us? That all events exist in potential form in this ocean, and certain ones are selected to be manifest in our reality? That this domain is the source not only of our universe but innumerable other universes as well?

In The Hidden Domain, the continuation of his very popular Bridging Science and Spirit, Norman Friedman explores this realm using non-mathematical concepts that are solidly grounded in science. Ideas from physicists, from religious and philosophical sources, and from Seth (the discarnate entity brought to us by Jane Roberts) illuminate this intriguing depiction of the world that underlies all experience.

BOOK REVIEWS:

“I think Bridging Science and Spirit is one of the most insightful, comprehensive, and brilliant expressions of knowledge. I shall certainly use it as a reference guide. Many abstract ideas that I was not comfortable with are now more meaningful.” — Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind; The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success; The Way of the Wizard

“Bridging Science and Spirit accomplishes a formidable task. This book will be a valuable research document for many years to come for those concerned with a perspective that honors both science and spirituality.” — Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.; author of Taking the Quantum Leap; Parallel Universes; The Physics of the Soul

“Bridging Science and Spirit correctly asks, 'How does matter originate from consciousness?' This is the fundamental question of a growing body of literature regarding the new paradigm of an idealist, consciousness-based science. Norman Friedman has made an important and thoughtful contribution to this new science.” — Amit Goswami, Ph.D., Professor of Physics, University of Oregon; author of The Self-Aware Universe

“A masterful job of bringing innate psychic understanding and scientific knowledge together, brilliantly showing us how all is one and one is all.” — Robert F. Butts - Husband of Jane Roberts, Channel for Seth

“Few have understood both science and metaphysics well enough to remove our blinders to their underlying similarities – and universal truths. Kudos to Norman Friedman for proving to be a master bridge builder.” — Lynda Madden Dahl, Co-founder, Seth Network International; author of eight Seth-based books, including the Living a Safe Universe Series

“An insightful synthesis of the outer frontiers of theoretical physics with the deep revelations of mystical insight, throwing important light on the reality we live in.” — Peter Russell, author of The Global Brain; The White Hole in Time; The Global Brain Awakens

“Some future historian will, I feel confident, identify the 'Great Debate' of the twentieth century around the question: 'What is science going to do about consciousness?' I would surmise that Norman Friedman's book Bridging Science and Spirit will turn out to be a benchmark in that inquiry. No one can read it without gaining some clarity on their own nature.” — Willis Harman, Ph.D., President, Institute of Noetic Sciences; author of Global Mind Change

“A brilliant synthesis of ageless wisdom and modern science. Friedman's writing provides pictures for our minds so we can 'see' reality.”— Montague Ullman, Ph.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Emeritus, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, N.Y.

“I responded to this book with both admiration and appreciation for the task Norman Friedman set out to do and accomplished so successfully. He has paved the way toward a deeper understanding of the role of consciousness in the creation and structure of matter.” — Jacquelyn Small, MSSW, President, Eupsychia, Inc.; author of Awakening in Time; Transformers, the Artists of Self-Creation

The Hidden Domain: Home of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature's Creative Source epub download

ISBN13: 978-1889964096

ISBN: 1889964093

Author: Norman Friedman

Category: Spirituality and spirituality

Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality

Language: English

Publisher: Moment Point Press Inc; 1st Paperback Edition edition (January 1, 1997)

Pages: 254 pages

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Era
Fantastic distillation of a variety of materials. Having read "Bridging Science and Spirit", I was intrigued and not disappointed as I have decided this is the superior volume. For those dis-inclined towards metaphysics; yes Friedman does make a case for a wave-like dharma, an enfolded reality that is only explicit when the spotlight of consciousness it cast like a searchlight upon it... and (near the end) he brings in some very interesting notions from his favorite trance-channeled personality; Seth. What I think is most notable here is a very viable unified theory, or at least the notion of one. After having read numerous attempts at making modern physics understandable to the layperson, I have noticed a complete absence of the notions of David Bohm. Bohm was outspoken in his idea and because of their vastness were not easily reduced to verifiable experiment. Einstein might concur that this is often the case with intuitive grasp. This occurs for me as an arrogant Insistence on human ability (locked in 4-d SpaceTime) to grok the nature of REALITY. Yet what is String Theory if not a grandiose construction with loads of scaffolding in an attempt to curl up all these extra dimensions into a reality that we can comprehend. Ironically the unequivocal findings regarding wave/particle duality are so elegantly explained by the Bohm, Seth, Elias...etc. model of reality.. that Why Not Go There? All theories are subject to proof. In fact, of late physicists, beholden as they are to the politics of publishing and funding (or visa versa), seem loath to follow this path that seems most obvious. Perhaps because it is fraught with challenges well aligned with the personality of the observer. This book is an honest attempt to make a strong case for the Implicate order that is non=local and core to all of our experience.
Era
Fantastic distillation of a variety of materials. Having read "Bridging Science and Spirit", I was intrigued and not disappointed as I have decided this is the superior volume. For those dis-inclined towards metaphysics; yes Friedman does make a case for a wave-like dharma, an enfolded reality that is only explicit when the spotlight of consciousness it cast like a searchlight upon it... and (near the end) he brings in some very interesting notions from his favorite trance-channeled personality; Seth. What I think is most notable here is a very viable unified theory, or at least the notion of one. After having read numerous attempts at making modern physics understandable to the layperson, I have noticed a complete absence of the notions of David Bohm. Bohm was outspoken in his idea and because of their vastness were not easily reduced to verifiable experiment. Einstein might concur that this is often the case with intuitive grasp. This occurs for me as an arrogant Insistence on human ability (locked in 4-d SpaceTime) to grok the nature of REALITY. Yet what is String Theory if not a grandiose construction with loads of scaffolding in an attempt to curl up all these extra dimensions into a reality that we can comprehend. Ironically the unequivocal findings regarding wave/particle duality are so elegantly explained by the Bohm, Seth, Elias...etc. model of reality.. that Why Not Go There? All theories are subject to proof. In fact, of late physicists, beholden as they are to the politics of publishing and funding (or visa versa), seem loath to follow this path that seems most obvious. Perhaps because it is fraught with challenges well aligned with the personality of the observer. This book is an honest attempt to make a strong case for the Implicate order that is non=local and core to all of our experience.
Goltikree
Awesome book. Such a fine and easy to follow explanations of the physics involved. So well developed the concepts and the over-arching philosophy of it all, mastery of compiling and giving the view of the whole picture, without ever forgetting the necessary details.Can't think of a better or gentler way to intertwine spirituality and physics or to help convince the skeptics. To me, it talks of a gentle and very good hearted person, the kind of scientists we need more of in this world.
Goltikree
Awesome book. Such a fine and easy to follow explanations of the physics involved. So well developed the concepts and the over-arching philosophy of it all, mastery of compiling and giving the view of the whole picture, without ever forgetting the necessary details.Can't think of a better or gentler way to intertwine spirituality and physics or to help convince the skeptics. To me, it talks of a gentle and very good hearted person, the kind of scientists we need more of in this world.
Kiaile
This is a wonderful book. Norman Friedman is very good at explaining complex physics and with relating it to information from spiritual sources.
Kiaile
This is a wonderful book. Norman Friedman is very good at explaining complex physics and with relating it to information from spiritual sources.
Preve
Interesting supplement to the Seth material.
Preve
Interesting supplement to the Seth material.
Vrion
The author is superb in organizing and presenting the material. A great book for the sleeping humanity: wake up to the innate power and potentiality.
Vrion
The author is superb in organizing and presenting the material. A great book for the sleeping humanity: wake up to the innate power and potentiality.
Use_Death
Fascinating reading, especially seeing how some of science (quantum physics) ties in with things Seth said.
Use_Death
Fascinating reading, especially seeing how some of science (quantum physics) ties in with things Seth said.
Bliss
This work is my favorite reader-friendly general presentation on Quantum Physics [and its tie-ins]. Physicist Norman Friedman uses images, metaphors and analogies, well-based in Quantum Physics, to explain Quantum Physics -- especially via wave-dynamics -- but also with Relativity, Multiiuniverse and Heisenberg's Dual Level Universe integrated. So, "The Hidden Domain" is a great general explanation of Modern Theoretical Physics -- and very compatible with WSM [Wave Structure of Matter].

Other modern physics is touched-upon along the way. Even older Classical Physics is in good summary to prepare for Modern Physics. Relativity and Quantum Particles are in good summary. Some usage is made of math diagrams, algebra and numbers -- but not a lot -- just when it is critical for clear and sharp understanding. There is a great chapter on the critcal usage of complex numbers in physics. These math areas of the book are at least semi-isolated -- so the reader can deal with such math when ready [or not].

"The Hidden Domain" has an excellent [and convincing] Relativity and Quantum Multiuniverse cross-comparison. Time, Energy, Bell's Theorem and Phase-Entanglement are all explained well. In addition, the really odd stuff such as paradox, mystery and inner-experience is explored in detail in a wonderful way. Philosophy of Consciousness tied-in with Modern Physics is covered as well as or better than any other works on such topics. The final tie-in with Jane Roberts and "Seth" shows Norman Friedman has unusual boldness, integrity and Spirit +++
Bliss
This work is my favorite reader-friendly general presentation on Quantum Physics [and its tie-ins]. Physicist Norman Friedman uses images, metaphors and analogies, well-based in Quantum Physics, to explain Quantum Physics -- especially via wave-dynamics -- but also with Relativity, Multiiuniverse and Heisenberg's Dual Level Universe integrated. So, "The Hidden Domain" is a great general explanation of Modern Theoretical Physics -- and very compatible with WSM [Wave Structure of Matter].

Other modern physics is touched-upon along the way. Even older Classical Physics is in good summary to prepare for Modern Physics. Relativity and Quantum Particles are in good summary. Some usage is made of math diagrams, algebra and numbers -- but not a lot -- just when it is critical for clear and sharp understanding. There is a great chapter on the critcal usage of complex numbers in physics. These math areas of the book are at least semi-isolated -- so the reader can deal with such math when ready [or not].

"The Hidden Domain" has an excellent [and convincing] Relativity and Quantum Multiuniverse cross-comparison. Time, Energy, Bell's Theorem and Phase-Entanglement are all explained well. In addition, the really odd stuff such as paradox, mystery and inner-experience is explored in detail in a wonderful way. Philosophy of Consciousness tied-in with Modern Physics is covered as well as or better than any other works on such topics. The final tie-in with Jane Roberts and "Seth" shows Norman Friedman has unusual boldness, integrity and Spirit +++