Creative Transformation: A Practical Guide for Maximizing Creativity
by John David Garcia
Publisher: Whitmore Publishing 2005
Number of pages: 478
The book leaps beyond the current debate linking quantum physics and ancient mystic concepts. It makes proposals for reintegrating science and spirit. Garcia’s synthesis for a new cosmology is of sweeping proportions and integrates information from our most distant evolutionary past with the latest scientific breakthroughs. His theory of creative transformation includes a practical application of creative problem-solving strategies beyond science into human relations, politics and ethics. It’s a user-friendly guide for scientists, teachers, parents, artists, New Age activists and all who value creativity to maximize their own abilities and find solutions to our most pressing social, ecological, and economic problems.
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