Written by Jack Veffer
Narrated by Pete Ferrand
Duration 4 hours and 30 minutes
This book is about wellness and wellness encompasses everything, not only wellness of the body but also the wellness of our planet. If the planet is sick then we are sick. If the planet is healthy then we can be healthy. As a stakeholder in this unfolding saga you have an important role to play that affects its outcome. Is this a story about the survival of only the fittest, as Darwin maintains, or is this a story about the survival of the loving as Rumi writes about so eloquently? It’s important that we recognize that all humans are like the cells in an organism that we call humanity and that we live in the most beautiful garden ever created. Each one of us has the inherent right to occupy a seat at the banquet table in this wonderful garden.
We communicate with our cells in many different ways: prayer, meditation, yoga, music, poetry, exercise, running, cycling, walking, and many more ways.
I will attempt to demonstrate that life’s adventure is the very medium that will let us live a wholesome, healthy life based on common sense and breakthrough pioneering research. Knowledge is part of the equation, so the more we know, the better informed we become to make those crucial decisions so important for good health.
It is a cautionary tale about free will and the influence we exercise over our own well-being. Some of it may sound farfetched, but like everything else in our journey of discovery, we owe to ourselves to make this life as good as it can get for all of us.
In my previous book Science and Religion Is a Match Made in Heaven, I explored the close similarities of existence, whether existence is mineral, vegetable, or animal and drawing a correlation by viewing all existence as common consciousness.
I study the energy operating at different frequencies and amplitudes, and attempt to grasp it through the language of science of Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Deepak Chopra, Erwin Schrödinger, Stephen Hawking, and others, or the metaphysical language of Aristotle and Socrates, or the spiritual language of Jesus the Christ, Moses, Abraham, Buddha, Baha’u’llah, or the music of Beethoven, Mozart and Rush or the language of mathematics of Euclid, Buckminster Fuller, and above all, the language of nature, through its beauteous colors, sounds and wonderful shapes, only to realize that in the end, no matter what language of communication is used, the similarities they all exude are all alluding to the same phenomenon, the close similarity of existence and the realization that the one entity, because of his intellect, can tie it all together and is also at the center of it all – man.
We have an obligation to share with all existence what we know. That is why knowledge is consciousness, and consciousness belongs to us all.
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