Author Greg Kuhn is a professional educator and a futurist, specializing in framing new paradigms for 21st-century living. Since 1993, he has written with his father, Clifford Kuhn, MD, about health, wellness, and productivity. In Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail, Greg has unveiled all of his most cutting-edge research into the attainment of your goals and dreams through revolutionary new paradigms from the amazing science of quantum physics. Always entertaining, Greg reveals simple, easy-to-use techniques that you'll not only master quickly but also have fun using. Greg is also the author of the acclaimed book Why Quantum Physicists Don't Get Fat, which teaches you to finally lose your unwanted weight also using new paradigms from quantum physics.
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I enjoyed the first and last part of the book thoroughly! I can't sy that for much of what is written in-between. The author assumes, I suppose everyone is like him with all his haunting negative thoughts which says "we" must admit and overcome. How would he know this about me? I'm nothing like the person he described and says I'm just not admitting, wrong not me. I'm much more positive in my beliefs than he assumes I'm not. I'm no beginner in this positive paradigm. Perhaps that's who would benefit most from this book; so if your new to this information and way of thinking and living I could recommend this book to you.
I've always been interested in the theory of the law of attraction, but something about many of the books on the topic sort of irks me - like I'm always expecting some kind of mystical music to be playing in the background. Actually, there sometimes IS some kind of mystical music playing in the background. And while I think those books do have their value, they've just always seemed a tiny bit off to me.
Greg Kuhn's take on the subject is different. It's more based in science, with facts presented, well, matter-of-factly, and in terms that anyone can understand. Trust me on that, I am no scientist.
I don't think this book will convince a hardened skeptic of anything, but if you have any interest in the subject at all, it's worth reading. I liked it enough to move on to another Greg Kuhn title.
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