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My Big Toe: A Trilogy Unifying Philosophy, Physics, and Metaphysics: Awakening, Discovery, Inner Workings (Anglais) Broché – 9 décembre 2007


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Book by Thomas Campbell


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  • Broché: 820 pages
  • Editeur : Lightning Strike Books (9 décembre 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0972509461
  • ISBN-13: 978-0972509466
  • Dimensions du produit: 5,1 x 15,2 x 22,9 cm
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If I were a religious person, this would be my bible. This trilogy contains so much wisdom backed by rock solid logic, that you sort of wonder why it's not on everyone's desk yet. In his book, Tom uses a rational, scientific approach that brings you step by step to a better understanding of the bigger reality and the role you play in it.

The excellent title of the book isn't so much about Tom's big "theory of everything" (TOE), but about YOURS. The goal of the book isn't to replace your current belief system by another one, but rather to provide you with the conceptual foundations from which you can develop your own TOE, by transforming your beliefs into knowns through a careful process of open-minded skepticism: explore everything, but believe nothing.

If I have one slight criticism for this book, it that's it can be a bit lengthy at times, but that's only because Tom tries to reach every type of person out there. Some concepts are better explained from different perspectives depending on who you are talking to. Being a software engineer, the information system and computer metaphors used throughout the book really helped me visualize and digest some of the heavier concepts.

This book changed me in a very positive way, and I'm really enjoying every little bit of my life today. I hope, and am confident, that it can help you do the same for yourself.
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The book is designed to unfold his model of reality slowly 7 juin 2008
Par Donna Aveni Warner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With humor and high spirits, Tom Campbell informally shares with you in his Trilogy, who he is, and how he started on the journey that led to his Big TOE. Campbell's Big TOE, which refers to nothing less than a Theory of Everything, stands on firm ground.

In a bigger picture of our existence than has ever been presented, My Big TOE weaves Philosophy, Physics, and Metaphysics together to create a model of reality through which you can begin your journey towards a higher quality of consciousness.

Campbell's books are derived from his own experiences with altered states of consciousness, his work and experiments with respected people in this field, and the objective verification of the results. The author shows how previously, Philosophy, Physics, and Metaphysics clashed in their isolated quests for answers to the nature of reality, and that by setting the camera of our conscious mind to a wide-angle lens, we can better understand reality in the larger sense.

This is not necessarily an easy read,the book is designed to unfold his model of reality slowly.You cannot expect to breeze through concepts involving the larger reality as you would a novel.The results and the rewards are worth a slow read. The personal asides that the author provides enrich the reading process, and the Trilogy format allows the complex subject matter to be more accessible to everyone.

From those mildly curious to the potentially eternally grateful, please note: from whatever level you personally begin, you cannot go back to exactly the way you previously viewed reality - this Trilogy will reach the core of your being, and you will certainly glean from it something of lasting value.

The true value, however, will lie in your own experiences and explorations, the author cautions, as the Trilogy provides only a framework for your personal quest in search of a higher quality of consciousness and awareness.

While personal effort is expected to achieve results, I appreciate the lengths the author has gone to in order to relate the processes, and the why, of how he arrived at his Big TOE.

I like the why of things, and there is plenty offered here:

* Why you are here and the "point and meaning of both physical and non-physical existence"
* Why our culture and beliefs may inhibit our ability to see the Bigger Picture of reality
* Why improving ourselves is the best way to solve our collective problems, and possibly the best road to Peace
* Why time travel into the future and past is accessible to us
* Why meditation is a good beginning towards all of this; showing you how to create your own mantra based on which of your five senses works best for you
* Why "Spirituality, Consciousness, Love, and Paranormal Phenomena are interconnected"

These are but a few of the answers and profound insights the author presents in this Trilogy.

The noble goals of evolving our consciousness toward the positive side, exploring alternate realities, improving the quality of our being, our life, and our planet, are a challenge the author inspires us to take on.

For all of these reasons and many more besides, I cannot recommend this Trilogy highly enough!
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Difficult--But Worth Reading 31 janvier 2008
Par Rick Ansgar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I've been reading esoteric, philosophical, and books about reality for a long time. I was already knowledgeable about much of what is in this book. Nevertheless, I still found it quite difficult to get read. I think it was mainly due to the style of writing. It's really hard to tell to whom the author intended to write--who's his audience? The number of permutations he renders a single point can boggle one's mind, at times. This is the most laborious quality of the book. It isn't until you reach the last 3rd of the book that he gets into some hearty information about reality. And if one is going to understand the author's claims about reality being virtual, I recommend reading elsewhere by searching for digital physics, physics as a virtual reality, evolutionary artificial intelligence, digital evolution, etc. There's a good bit on the net covering these, which will make this author's explanations make more sense.

Overall, the larger picture the author reveals about reality was enlightening, and even expanded my own views by a good margin. For my taste, the book could have been at least one-half its size, if it were correctly edited, and the content should have been more focused on the more important matters. There were way too many asides and shifts in style of writing, which bloated the book and bored this reader.

But it's well worth the read, if you have the patience; and do expect your concepts of reality to be heartily challenged. And that's a good thing!
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WOW! So THIS is a Big TOE! 14 juin 2008
Par Deefburger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a major piece of work. I thought relativity was a mind bender. I thought quantum mechanics was a mind bender. I thought religious science, philosophy and other big thoughts were mind benders. But nothing I've read so far has bent my view of reality as much as this idea. WOW! Read it slowly. Read it and test it. Read it and observe. BUT READ IT! You will not be disappointed, and if you are, read it again and set your beliefs and preconceived notions of reality aside. There is more here to think about than you may ever know in one life time on this crazy ride through the universe! Never before have I found an author more accessable or a scientific concept so personal. Science meets daily existance, as me! And You! Enjoy and Thank You Tom Campbell!
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Big Picture Tutorial 28 mars 2010
Par Jcsz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is not for the faint hearted. It had to be huge to cover the concept so thoroughly. This is written by a left brained scientist and it reflects that. Campbell has written about his first hand experiences and investigations and come to his conclusions in a very scientifically logical report. He also knows that his theory of everything is by definition subjective and invites us to go there ourselves and come to our own conclusions. His Matrix type computer program analogies are very correct and pan out well with experiential evidence, but he also acnowleges that other perceptions of the same phenomena will produce equally valid interpretations on an emotional level or any other, depending on the mountain from which you choose to view. The point is to get there up on to the mountain in the first place. Make your own theory of everything and know that it is always going to be subjective, yet will guide you to a higher mountain where you can see further and adjust your theory to guide yet other choices on your path. He encourages you to realize that there are paths up the mountain, that it is worth climbing that mountain, that there is even a mountain there to climb, and that there is help along the way. Bon Voyage fellow travellers!
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Tedious 12 septembre 2013
Par Johnny - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I plowed through all 820 pages and 92 chapters of the trilogy. The first several sections were intriguing, and I eagerly read on to find out where the train of thought would lead. Unfortunately, the train went nowhere, and quickly bogged down in endless repetitions of the same concept: Our physical universe is an illusion and only consciousness is real. There is nothing new at all about this idea. Hindu masters have been saying the same thing for thousands of years, and they even gave the illusion a name: Maya. Other scientists, notably John Wheeler, have expressed the same idea in the "it from bit" concept.

The author throws around pseudo-technical jargon to impress the non-technical readers. He repetitively states that the goal of consciousness is to reduce its "average entropy." As an electrical engineer, I know full well how entropy is defined -- in both thermodynamics and information theory -- and I know how to compute it. But I have no idea what "average entropy" is and what it means in the context of consciousness. As best I can tell, it seems to mean noise. As such, My Big TOE has a lot of "average entropy."

In the beginning of the trilogy, the author warns us not to accept any belief system -- including his -- at face value. Rather we should always maintain skepticism and test all ideas through examination of objective evidence. Yet the only objective evidence we have is from our physical world. If that world is based on illusion, how are we to do these tests? The author supplies the answer: Meditate.

After completing this work, I felt I had wasted three weeks of my life reading it. I could have summed up the entire thing in two sentences. The physical world is an illusion. To find reality, meditate.
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