Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations Paperback – Sep 25 2008
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Before the collapse of the Soviet Union Vadim Zeland worked in quantum physics research; in the post-Soviet era, in IT. Today, in modern Russia, he writes, developing a new technology for controlling reality.
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From what I remember of the first book, it's main purpose is convince you that everything that caused you want to act like a victim and react angrily, or worry-ily (yep that's a word now), or with fear, or driven by scarcity ... all these "reasons" to act in those limited, low-Consciousness ways, are based on pure Falsity and have no real significance. In this first book, you're introduced to a "life-form" (but not really a life-form exactly) called a pendulum. An example of a "pendulum" could be a company that wants to make you follow its rules and bend your life around it, and fear being separated from it. Really, a pendulum is anything that a group of people give its energy to, without really being aware that they are doing this.
Also discussed, are "life-tracks" (which is closely related to the sub-title of this book, Space of Variations), of which there are many, and whichever life track you end up on, is a result of the kinds of habitual emotional responses you have to normal everyday irritations and happenings.. if you treat annoyances as being real or having importance, and thus give that thing your angry or fearful energy, you will *not* end up on a lifetrack where a desired objective would materialize (I guess by lifetracks, this could be similar to parallel universes of which are spoken of, by many writers .. you choose which one by your beliefs and/or your emotion-based reactions)
In the previous paragraph, I mentioned "Importance". I'd say this might be one of the top 3 primary themes that he revisits and repeats through the 3 books (and I'm guessing I'll see it repeated in books 4 and 5). There's a reason behind such focus on this theme: It hold such a heavy weight on all of the factors that play into your living in a joy-filled 'life track'. If you hold too much importance on the fact that you don't have this or that, or too much importance on negative circumstances, this not only keeps you off the Life track you want, but as well, triggers the "Balancing" forces that this book also covers.
It's a given that you are into this genre of material, The Reality Transurfing series is one that you will read and re-read.
Consider the topic, that of the observer as creator. Couple this concept with an author whose illustrations are not limited to our American cultural barriers, trends, or concepts, and who is widely read and expressive in his own language.
What you end up with is a book that presents familiar concepts from widely different angles. This was extremely fascinating for me, to get a look at Quantum theories from the point of view of a culture with which I'm not the least familiar.
I wound up taking my time, wondering why the author chose "that" phrase, or "this" illustration, because it didn't automatically work for my understanding.
His chief concept is a Pendulum, an energy institution whose function is self-preservation at the expense of its adherents. Sometimes Pendulums are designed and created by Man (like religious Dogma or advertising slogans), and other times they develop out of cultural convenience or stigma (like email or Facebook trending). His chief aim is calling our attention to how we may be blindly giving our energies and resources to pendulums that may no longer (or have never) served our personal purposes or beliefs, and how we can choose to stop their restrictive (nay, strangulating) effects on our minds, hearts, and wills.
The book is, I feel, repetitive, but as it is a translation whose illustrations do not always work for our idiomatic collection of wise sayings, all his words bear importance and are worth taking time over.
This is one of th most cerebral books ever written about the deterministic/ sovereign debate I've ever read. It was also exactly what I needed to read.
It is the most powerful self-help, or world-view novel I've read, re-read, make notes, and re-read again. The Secret is so appealing to people because it "requires" no work. No action. This book, its theory and steps are all about actionable steps towards goals that fulfill yourself and your life.