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The Deja Vu Experiment

A Journey to the Outer Limits of the Mind
Narrated by: Stephen Mendel
Length: 2 hrs and 1 min
3.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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They're everywhere around us, but usually we choose to ignore them. They happen in space. They happen in time. They're little moments of discontinuity in our experience, but they can become portals to the greater experience of our world as illusion, as the veil, as Maya, as the collective dream; and the experience of ourselves as the dreamers. If we choose not to ignore them, but to follow them, like Alice down a cosmic rabbit hole, we might just begin to understand how it was that we got here in the first place.

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"Offering unique ways to look at light, quantum physics, string theory, the universe existing as a single unified melody, the power of imagination, free will, the language of mathematics, death, and more, Renato successfully challenged me to consider not just "Who am I" but "What am I.'" (Patricia Reding, Readers' Favorite)
"J. G. Renato attempts to uncover the deeper meaning behind that often disconcerting deja vu we've all experienced at some time or other. He skillfully uses this sense of stepping out of one plane of reality and seeing things from a different perspective to explore the whole nature of being, presence, and existence. Most crucially, he poses the thorny question of how spiritual phenomena can fit within a world obsessed by rationality and tangible productivity...." (ForeWord Reviews)

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I think this was an exercise of reading hash tag titles...

...and I do not tweet.....ever. I don't think there was one original thought about the author's know-how on this subject. Instead,I was educated about, quotes of famous people, lyrics of songs, titles of theories, and his late wife's conversations. I was hoping to gleen some information aboud deja vu, as the subject has always fascinated me. Even if this information was a physiological explantion, at least I would have had a little more education in the subject so that I may form my own opinion.

Instead,I was educated about the lyrics and notes from the Beetles and Pink Floyd. Also about waves and particles and even wave particles. Let us not forget to include the constant mention of Alice in Wonderland and Einstein's theories.

This author does not give one original explanation to the theory of deja vu. This "" experiment" was an exercise in reading a lot of jokes with no punchline....ever. I will be deleting this from my library. Do not waste your money, unless you enjoy drinking a soy latte when you ordered a whole milk mocha with extra chocolate and extra whip cream.

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What a excellent book..

Made me stop and think everytime I started listening.. I do Wish it was longer though. Amazing