The Science of SpiritualityBy Lee Bladon
The Science of Spirituality – Overview
The Science of Spirituality is a ground-breaking book that integrates the individual systems of science, psychology, philosophy, spirituality and religion into a unified system that describes the multi-dimensional nature of man and the universe. It provides a more comprehensive description of reality than conventional science can offer and fully explains the mechanisms behind an array of paranormal phenomena that mainstream science chooses to ignore. It explains the science behind religious, spiritual and new-age belief systems, and sheds light on some common misconceptions.
Einstein said: “Religion without science is blind, science without religion is lame”, because they are two sides of the same coin. Recent scientific discoveries have unknowingly provided evidence that supports the multi-dimensional nature of reality that Hindus, Buddhists, Gnostics and Kabbalists have known about for thousands of years. By combining modern scientific facts with ancient spiritual knowledge we can begin to uncover the whole truth and bring unity out of the existing duality. There can be only one true reality, but we will never know the whole truth if we only look from one perspective and hold on to our preconceived ideas.
The Science of Spirituality systematically describes the mechanisms behind a diverse range of subject matter including: esoterics, consciousness, sleep and dreams, reincarnation, religion, creation, evolution, space and time, higher dimensions, heaven and hell, ghosts, angels and demons, out-of-body experiences, near-death experiences, clairvoyance, psychic abilities, personal development, meditation and the meaning of life.
The Science of Spirituality – Reviews
A whole new perspective on spirituality
I have read so many metaphysical books over the years and was beginning to think that there was nothing left to stimulate my craving for esoteric knowledge. The Science of Spirituality complements and enhances several other books I have read and it has been surprisingly easy to integrate the new information into my existing knowledge. The book has given me a whole new perspective on spiritual science which has enabled me to move out of a long stagnant period and into a period of real spiritual growth.
My thirst for knowledge has finally been quenched!
It isn’t very often one comes across a book that is so refreshingly different to anything else out there, and The Science of Spirituality is just such a book. It is difficult to summarise the book in any way because the range of material covered is staggering. It is quite simply the most comprehensive yet concisely written book you are ever likely to read. The complexity and importance of the material is such that there is no substitute for reading it yourself. Considering the “deep” subject matter this book is very easy to read, and the numerous diagrams further enhance one’s understanding. I felt a huge sense of relief when I finished this book, not because I had finished, but because I felt I had finally come to the end of my unrelenting search for the truth. Now I can move on to the next stage of my development – living the truth – integrating and applying everything I have learned over many years (and the past few days).
Life, the universe and everything in a single volume!
This fascinating and compelling book is a unique blend of science, philosophy and metaphysics. Einstein said “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind”, and this book cleverly unites these two very different perspectives. It identifies some striking similarities between modern science and ancient spiritual knowledge – sceptics can no longer say that religion and spirituality are just superstition! As the author says “There can be only one true reality, but we will never know the whole truth if we only look from one perspective and hold on to our preconceived ideas”. This book provides a comprehensive, simple and unified description of how life, the universe and everything works, and is a must read book for anyone in search of the fundamental truth.
Very interesting and thought provoking
My first impression on flicking through this book was that it looked very impressive. I started reading yesterday morning and was immediately impressed by the quality of writing and the engaging subject matter. I couldn’t put the book down and read it from start to finish in two days! Everything is explained so simply, clearly and concisely that even complex subjects were not too difficult to understand. The 50 or so diagrams (some of which are truly inspired) were very helpful and took my understanding to another level. They say “a picture paints a thousand words” and that is certainly true with this book. I thought I knew a lot about spiritual matters before I read this book, but it showed me just how little I really knew. The author’s level of understanding goes far beyond anything else I have ever read, yet he presents everything so simply. Some of the points raised in the book seemed so obvious after reading them but I thought to myself “How come I didn’t see it that clearly before?” It showed me how much my preconceived ideas were distorting my beliefs. Even the apparent differences between the major religions no longer seemed like differences after I saw the common thread. The book gave me so much to think about, and for that alone I am grateful. It is packed full of so much interesting and important information that it must be one of the most important books ever written. I am going to read it again now to develop a deeper understanding of some of the concepts that were new to me, and to see just how much I missed the first time around.