Can One Word Bring Science and Religion Together?
Science and religion have long argued over the existence of a higher power. Now, a simple understanding of the word ''I'', can make that conflict a thing of the past.
'How we define ourselves has not been constant throughout human history', says Anton Grosz, PhD, author of The Roving ''I'': Common Ground for Atheist, Believer, and Everyone In Between . 'Once again the word ''I'' is undergoing a basic evolutionary change that is destined to alter the direction of life on Earth. And it''s not just an arms length concept', he adds, 'but an advanced real time consciousness easily accessible by each and every one of us regardless of what we believe'.
The Roving ''I'', available at www.gamesofconsciousness.com, is a fun read made up of unique games and experiments designed to let you experience this new higher consciousness for yourself from the inside out. Along the way you''ll discover:
* Consciousness exists in everything that is; always has, always will;
* A being''s material nature determines how consciousness is experienced;
* Evolution is currently changing the nature of human consciousness;
* The new consciousness bridges the gap between science and religion;
* The new consciousness can be experienced via a tool learned in kindergarten.
Anton Grosz is an intelligent interview with a resonant voice and a knack for making difficult subjects simple and understandable. He can be reached at 415-431-7741.
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