Gary Zukav's American Book Award-winning The Dancing Wu Li Masters
masterfully introduces the layman to quantum and particle physics, as well as Einstein's relativity theories. With a similar dose of amiable, easy-to-understand prose, Zukav guides readers into the spiritual realm in his bestselling The Seat of the Soul
Zukav questions the Western model of the soul, alleging that the human species is in the midst of a great transformation, evolving from a species that pursues power based upon the perceptions of the five senses--"external power"--to one that pursues power based upon perceptions of the soul--"authentic power." He believes that humans are immortal souls first, physical beings second, and that once we become conscious of this transformation--once we align our personalities with our soul--we will stimulate our spiritual growth and become better people in the process. This insightful, lucid synthesis of modern psychology and new-age principles has been described as the "physics of the soul." Who better to explain such heady concepts than Gary Zukav?
A remarkable treatment of thought, evolution, and reincarnation.
Huston Smith, Ph.D. former professor of philosophy, MIT, and author of The Religions of Man
How remarkable -- to find that one of our finest interpreters of frontier science is equally conversant with the human spirit. This augurs well for our times.
Brian Weiss, M.D. Chairman of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Miami, and author of Many Lives, Many Masters
Filled with wisdom, and written in a beautifully simple, almost poetic style, The Seat of the Soul
is a book to be savored.Library Journal
A readable, thought-provoking [work] on how our perceptions must change dramatically if we are to survive.