Physicist Amit Goswami, Ph.D., delves into the realm of human creativity, which he considers the ultimate source of joy and fulfillment. He explores this subject through the prism of quantum physics and offers a unique perspective on how to nurture and enhance your own creativity in his latest book, "Quantum Creativity: Think Quantum, Be Creative."
Drawing upon the principles of quantum physics, which posit that reality exists on two levels - possibility and actuality, Goswami introduces the concept of "quantum thinking." This mode of thought encompasses two layers of thinking - the conscious mind, dealing with actuality, and the unconscious mind, tapping into the realm of possibility. He then raises thought-provoking questions that delve into the wellspring of creativity that resides within each of us. What precisely is creativity? Can anyone access their creative potential? What various forms of creativity exist? Through this exploration, he offers a guide for understanding how the mind can harness creativity in a completely new way.
Incorporating both the art of creativity and the objectivity of science, "Quantum Creativity" relies on empirical evidence to support this fresh approach to thinking. It outlines how to tap into our innate creative abilities, ultimately guiding readers on how to adopt a quantum mindset to unleash their creativity.
Dr. Amit Goswami is a trailblazer in the emerging field of science known as "science within consciousness." He introduced and elaborated on this concept in his groundbreaking book, "The Self-Aware Universe." In this seminal work, he not only addressed the quantum measurement problem but also shed light on the renowned observer effect.
Goswami has authored several other widely read books that draw from his research on quantum physics and consciousness. In "The Visionary Window," he demonstrated the potential for integrating science and spirituality. "Physics of the Soul" explored a theory of life after death and reincarnation. "Quantum Creativity" provided comprehensive guidance on both external and internal creativity. "The Quantum Doctor" integrated conventional and alternative medicine. "Creative Evolution" proposed a reconciliation between Darwinism and the intelligent design of life. "God is Not Dead" presented the compatibility of science and religion, with quantum physics supporting the existence of God.
Encouraging us to harness the transformative power of quantum physics for personal and societal change, Goswami explored solutions grounded in the new quantum science, rooted in the primacy of consciousness. In "How Quantum Activism Can Save Civilization," he tackled problems stemming from materialism, such as economic crises, terrorism, and climate change.
His most recent book, "Quantum Creativity" (anticipated publication in February 2014), delves into all aspects of creativity, from its definition to the quantum thinking it entails, and what it takes to be truly creative. Goswami asserts that every individual possesses creative potential and that understanding the quantum process, often summarized as "do-be-do-be-do," can help everyone tap into their creative reservoir.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Goswami is a practitioner of spirituality and personal transformation. He identifies as a quantum activist and has made appearances in influential films such as "What the Bleep Do We Know?" and its sequel, "Down the Rabbit Hole," as well as documentaries like "The Dalai Lama Renaissance" and the award-winning "The Quantum Activist."
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