The Divine Matrix by Gregg Braden
The Divine Matrix - Bridging Time, Space, Miracles and Belief by Gregg Braden
On the Back of the Book
Are the miracles that we see in the quantum world actually showing us our greatest possibilities rather than our scientific limits? Could the spontaneous healing of disease, an instant connection with everyone and everything, and even time travel, be our true heritage in the universe?
There is a place where all things begin, the place of pure energy that simply "is". In this quantum incubator for reality, everything is possible. In 1944, Max Planck, the father of quantum theory, shocked the world by saying that this "matrix" is where the birth of the stars, the DNA of life, and everything between originates. Recent discoveries reveal dramatic evidence that Planck's matrix - The Divine Matrix - is real. It is this missing link in our understanding that provides the container for the universe, the bridge between our imagination and our reality, and the mirror in our world for what we create in our beliefs.
To unleash the power of this matrix in our lives, we must understand how it works and speak the language that it recognizes. For more than 20 years Gregg Braden, a former senior aerospace computer systems designer, has searched for the understanding to do just that. From the remote monasteries of Egypt, Peru, and Tibet to the forgotten texts that were edited by the early Christian church, the secret of the Divine Matrix was left in the coded language of our most cherished traditions. It is verified in today's science.
In this paradigm-shattering book, Gregg shares what he's found. Through 20 keys of conscious creation, we're shown how to translate the miracles of our imagination into what is real in our lives. With easy-to-understand science and real-life stories, Gregg shows us that we're limited only by our beliefs, and what we once believed is about to change!
Total Pages: 225 (Paperback)
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- Visionary author of books where science meets spirituality
Gregg Braden is an internationally renowned author, scientist and visionary who has successfully bridged the gap between science and spirituality.
Gregg started off life working as a computer geologist for Phillips Petroleum and worked during the 1970s energy crisis. During the last year of the Cold War he became a senior computer systems designer for Martin Marietta Defence Systems. In 1991 he became the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems and played an important role in the development of the global support team that has helped the reliability of the Internet as we know it today.
In addition to this scientific work, Greg Braden has spent over 22 years visiting mountain villages, some of the world’s most remote monastries and researched forgotten ancient texts to try and discover their secrets.
His research into all of this has resulted in a number of highly acclaimed and bestselling books, including The Divine Matrix, The Isaiah Effect, The God Code and The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits. His books have worldwide appeal, having been published in over 27 countries and translated into 17 languages.
At the heart of Gregg Braden’s work is his belief that the key to our future lies within the wisdom of the past.
Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews
This is not just a book of theory. It is full of interesting life-stories, examples of how people have matched their futures with their dreams, how they have been enabled to break away from the restrictions of their beliefs and live new, more fulfilling lives. The twenty Keys of Conscious Creation bring the book to its conclusion. To understand them is to find the way to tap into the most creative energies of the Divine Matrix.
There is a lot in this book of over 200 pages. The reference notes are excellent and bring attention not only to other books but also to numerous websites, all of which are very helpful. It is not an easy read. There is much on which to ponder and it took me a long time to grasp the ideas. It would be a worthwhile book to focus on in a discussion group or as part of a self development course. What I got from the book was profound but it did take some effort to appreciate its message. Having said that, it is a unique approach to human wisdom and I rate the book very highly.