The Crack in the Cosmic Egg: Challenging Constructs of Mind & Reality

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Pocket Books, May 3, 1979 - Reality - 219 pages
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This seminal book produces uncommon thinking that I found highly useful in practical ways. It points to the arbitrariness of our world view and common sense, and produces new thinking for clearing creation through limitations they impose. I had to re-read it more than once. And I still do.
Although cataloged under Psychology, this work is deeply philosophical. "This book was written for that person who cannot stand where he is and has no place to go" -- (preface) At first I thought: What a terrible place to be trapped in ... and how do you get out? However, I eventually got that this is the person facing boundless possibilities. This is the person willing to move in the world with action not prescribed yet.
For those of you producers in creators in the world, this is a book to study.

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A hodgepodge of different ideas from different thinkers, which could have been more enjoyable had it not been articulated in such a jointed manner with an overly pedantic style. Valued more for the references and bibliography than the body. Read full review


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