Leaders Are Readers: January’s Book of the Month

Hari Kalymnios

This year in 2017, I continue on trend detailing my books that I feel would serve you. This month it’s

The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra

It’s not the lightest of reads, and the science is a little dated, but essentially the book details the parallels between what scientists are starting to uncover with particle physics, quantum theory and relativity, to teachings of Eastern practices.

I’ve long noticed a parallel myself between the subjects. I studied quantum physics, particle physics, relativity and astrophysics for my degree. I’ve also been a long time student of more Eastern practices – yoga, meditation, philosophy and mythology. I had thought even one day of writing a book about the similarities and even how it intertwines into personal development too.

And then I heard about this book!

For example the idea in physics that we can never independently observe anything really. The observer always plays a part in the experiment – whether they want to or not (we’re not talking Newtonian physics here – but the really extreme stuff). There can be no separation. And the overriding aspect of Eastern philosophy, that there everything is some manifestation of the whole, and that there is a basic “oneness” as play.

I’m probably explaining it terribly – which is why I haven’t written the book on it yet! I know and can see and feel the similarities, yet Fritjof Capra does a better job explaining it.

Just buy the book! 🙂

Have you read this? Let me know what you think?

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