The Divine Matrix : Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, And Belief, Paperback Book

The Divine Matrix : Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, And Belief Paperback

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In 1944, Max Planck, the father of quantum theory, shocked the world by saying that this "matrix" is where the birth of stars, the DNA of life, and everything between originates.

Recent discoveries reveal dramatic evidence that Planck's matrix - The Divine Matrix - is real.

It is this missing link in our understanding that provides the container for the universe, the bridge between our imagination and our reality, and the mirror in our world for what we create in our beliefs. To unleash the power of this matrix in our lives, we must understand how it works and speak the language that it recognizes.

For more than 20 years, Gregg Braden, a former senior aerospace computer systems designer, has searched for the understanding to do just that. In this paradigm-shattering book, Gregg shares what he's found.

Through 20 keys of conscious creation, we're shown how to translate the miracles of our imagination into what is real in our lives.

With easy-to-understand science and real-life stories, Gregg shows us that we're limited only by our beliefs, and what we once believed is about to change!


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House Inc
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  • Category: Thought & practice
  • ISBN: 9781401905736

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Gregg's The Divine Matrix a wonderful book. However, you have to be careful as he refers to some studies as if they are fact when they're unverified in reality. Thus when you read the book you're often amazed at the connections he illustrates but then upon doing any research on the actual event referenced you find that it wasn't actually as solid as portrayed in the book. That doesn't necessarily make his claims unfounded, but caveat emptor!

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Inspiring read with a fascinating theoretical backdrop.

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