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Lothar Schï¿½fer is the author of In Search of Divine Reality: Science as a Source of Inspiration and is a distinguished professor of physical chemistry (emeritus) at the University of Arkansas.
"When quantum physics emerged in the twentieth century, many of its grand architects believed it held valuable lessons for how we lead our lives. In Infinite Potential, Dr. Lothar Schï¿½fer shows why. What emerges is not just a beautiful exposition of modern physics, but a powerful bridge that connects science, psychology, and spirituality. One cannot be a proper citizen of the twenty-first century without an awareness of the lessons in this gem of a book." --Larry Dossey, MD, author of Reinventing Medicine, The Power of Premonitions, and The One Mind "In this learned and daring analysis of the revolution in quantum physics, Lothar Schafer opens a door that cannot be closed: Science is teaching us that the world, and our role in it, is malleable to human choice and awareness. This radical truth, as Schafer explores, may shift our sense of possibility and self-conception in the twenty-first century in a manner similar to how Darwinism challenged human perceptions in the Victorian Age." --Mitch Horowitz, author of Occult America and One Simple Idea: The Secret History of How Positive Thinking Reshaped America "Lothar Schï¿½fer's Infinite Potential presents ideas about the nature of reality, and our role in it, that at first seem utterly ridiculous. But as the book unfolds, his arguments become increasingly plausible. By the conclusion his ideas are both obvious and shocking. This tale of radical cosmic holism is not a flight of fancy or mystical revelation. It is firmly grounded in science and told by a distinguished professor of physical chemistry. A careful reading will transform your assumptions about who and what you think you are." --Dean Radin, author of Super Normal