I've always believed in God. I've always been fascinated by the concept of parallel universes. I read Celestine Prophecy and several of Fred Alan Wolfe's books (one called Parallel Universes). I loved the idea of creating my own reality and taking responsibility for it. But there seemed to be so many pieces to the puzzle. I picked this book up because I inadvertently came across Cynthia Sue Larson when I noticed we'd reviewed a bunch of the same books. I made a list of the ones she'd read, and bought a few. This was one of them.
This book is so clear, so comprehensive, so easy to read and understand. Her reading list and bibliography is 13 pages and includes esoteric quantum physics books; heavy-duty spirituality stuff like the Seth material; and funky, new age ones like Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. She distills it all into one funny, straight up, logical, easy-to-read and understand primer on the whole thing.
I swear I underlined so much perhaps I should have underlined what was NOT important. There'd be fewer markings. I've read a lot of books on one part of it or another, funny books (Tim Allen's I'm Not Really Here), some series science ones (Dana Zohar and Fred Alan Wolfe), some cosmic ones (The Seth material), but this really needs about 10 stars, not just five. I think she read all those books and said "Someone needs to write one that pulls it all together" so she did, because I haven't yet come across another one.