The Book of Incredible Changes: Escaping Einstein’s Prison

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The Book of Incredible Changes: Escaping Einstein’s Prison

Albert Einstein felt that we were trapped in a self-created delusion of our consciousness - a prison that we must escape from - and that if our species was to survive, then new thinking was required. This book describes our escape.

Born in London, the author, John Nicholas Stoodley, refers to himself as an explorer in mind, body and adventurous spirit. He has lived in five countries and visited over fifty more.

Commissioned by the artist Picasso to produce a special design while still at Art College, Stoodley then worked as an assistant to the iconic designer, Valentino, in Rome. Feeling restricted by the hollow glamour of "la dolce vita" though, he decided to move to the Philippines and study metaphysics. It was there that he discovered the extraordinary abilities of the 5,000 year old I Ching.

"Now my real schooling began and I soon realized the incredible possibilities open to us if only we realized that they were there. This book then represents the key to a normally hidden door."

The Book of Incredible Changes defines a revolution: a transformative process that has the ability to create a positive global shift in consciousness throughout society.

Details The Book of Incredible Changes: Escaping Einstein’s Prison

Title The Book of Incredible Changes: Escaping Einstein’s Prison
AuthorJohn Nicholas Stoodley
Release Date28th Oct 2016
PublisherTony Samara Books

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