Stalking. The Wild. Pendulum. On the Mechanics of Consciousness. ITZHAK BENTOV. BOOKS. Destiny Books. Rochester, Vermont. In his exciting and original view of the universe, Itzhak Bentov has provided a new perspective on human consciousness and its limitless possibilities. Widely. Itzhak “Ben” Bentov (also Ben-Tov) (Hebrew: יצחק בנטוב ) (August 9, – May 25, ) was In his book, Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, he wrote that “consciousness permeates everything.”.
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These elements, and others, make up the paints and brushes with which Bentov creates a stunning portrait of the universe. Absolutely animate, absolutely changing EIMA.
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A Passion for Pushing the Limits. This partial paragraph illustrates Bentov as a consummate classicist, even when he commences his quantum segue he retains his classical tenor and jargon.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Sign in Create an account. History of Western Philosophy. We are just now finding some margins for reading this little big book. This book was not only ahead of its time when written, most thinkers in consciousness studies are still working pendulm catch up with Bentov decades later.
Quantum flux is crux. Why did we mark some words, phrases and sentences in bold orange?
They are all based upon ratiocinations which assume stoppability. Retrieved from ” https: However, Errol Harris just said above, ” I think Bentov gets carried away in the latter section of the book stxlking still is on to something.
Classicists have been using SOM’s knife on us since at least Parmenides. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.
Loved this book, was a key book on putting me on my path. Add blue text metabolism update under 24Jun aside. Clearly, the point will cover a smaller and smaller distance per unit time as it approaches its turning point Bohm to some extent, too. For applied examples of what we are describing here, please see our Quantum Hamiltonian opus. Jul 11, Noah Muller rated it really liked it. Add red text update. When we ‘travel’ in real space Our symbology here follows that used in bottom left of our fuzzon to fermion ontology graphic.
I guess I still believe the basics. His insights into consciousness are extremely deep and well thought out. I remember being impressed when I read this book many years ago. How to measure reality. Quantum reality is unstoppable! Bentov clearly understands meditation to be potentially transformative on all levels of human existence.
We promised some more complex graphics To Bentov, this special pendulum case allows him to say it “stops” at each swing’s extreme.
I found the ideas fascinating as the author tries to construct a model of the metaphysical world using concepts already known in physics. Satinover narrated our above dotted green circle as an neuronal “energy well. Science Logic and Mathematics.
BUT some of the core concepts radically changed my perception of reality when I was young. Learning then is a combination wi,d establishing more and more of those quantonic interrelationships and our brain emerscing creatio ex nihilo aperio ; see our fuzzon to fermion ontology link just above more neurons. He does a great job proving his theories. I picked up this book after reading about the authors bio on wikipedia.
Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Tracing the Secrets of My Father’s Lives in Lists with This Book. Killed in crash of American Airlines Flight Classical navigation in omnispatial, omnitemporal quantum reality will be omnifficult using classical means.
He discusses quantity vs. Unfortunately, I’ve lost my paperback copy, so can’t reread and evaluate it from an older, more mature? Conversely, “the thing that is everything” is completely present in the smallest of scales. Bentov was extremely fascinated by consciousnessstalkin particular how it related to physiology. Clear, imaginative, and inspiring, it offers a revolutionary image of the human mind and the universe.
Put our pendulum on a train moving at ;endulum kilometers per hour. If we analyze the events taking place at the zero point from the point of view of quantum mechanicswe get a different picture.