Ordaining Reality

The Science Behind the Power of Positive Thinking

by Joseph E. Donlan

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Synopsis

Many people believe in the Power of Positive Thinking, but, until now, no one has credibly explained how it works. It has been this authorís mission for 30 years to develop a plausible theory to support how mere thoughts can tangibly influence future events. In this book the author presents a paradigm which shows how our right brain hemisphere can tap into a hidden domain which can influence the world around us. To accomplish this, he takes the reader through the subject of physics as it is known today and points out its recognized flaws and problems. He then introduces and explains Eastern Philosophy and ties it into Western Physics. In conjunction with this broadened view he explains how the human brain developed to comprehend both the Eastern and Western views of reality. He then ties all of these notions into a new view of nature which supports the premise that the future can be created with thoughts. In the final analysis he brings his readers through the necessary steps t

About The Author

Joseph Donlan, while outwardly a successful businessman, is at heart a quintessential philosopher who has spent the last 30 years investigating and challenging the world of mainstream physics and tackling the mysteries of life and science. Donlan holds a BA in English from Northeastern University and undertook graduate studies in Software Engineering with an elective emphasis in Artificial Intelligence at Boston University. After graduate school in 1983 he continued his A.I. research at a high level and became increasingly incredulous concerning the direction in which this field was headed. His skepticism led him to intensify his investigation of the inner workings of the human brain to more fundamentally understand the subject matter the A.I. community was trying to emulate. This examination began a chain of events which led to his first book, Ordaining Reality.