When Frank Juszczyk’s wife died, he grappled with big questions: How could his reality persist without her being a part of it? And what was it about reality that interrupted their time together?
He told himself that he’d discover the operative dynamic that split them apart and where she’d gone. In this exploration of quantum physics, he seeks to answer questions such as:
Why does there have to be a here and a not-here?
Is reality taught to us or does it simply exist?
If we were to reduce or eliminate the persistence of reality, what would that be like?
Are there possible parallel universes that have the same degree of reality as ours, and if so, what does that say about how our reality is determined in the first place?
Albert Einstein said that reality is “merely an illusion,” and while the concepts in this book are complicated, you don’t have to be a physicist to learn how his statement is true or how to deal with it on a personal level.
Overcome consensus thinking, minimize the persistence of an illusory reality, and discover freedom of choice with the powerful revelations in Disobliging Reality.