Imagining Einstein: Essays on M-Theory, World Peace & the Science of Compassion

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Mad Island Communications LLC, Apr 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
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In 1905, Albert Einstein birthed the theory of relativity and forever changed the way we understand the universe. Not just a brilliant scientist, Einstein was also a tireless activist for world peace. In her indepth tribute to this great scientist and peace activist, author and psychic Barbara With paints a convincing picture of possibilities. From the unique position of reporting directly from the space between the molecules, her speculations of Einstein's views about the nature of Afterlife, the manifestation of matter, a unified field theory, and world peace present a quantum view of consciousness from 10-100 and provide step-by-step instructions on how to resolve rudimental conflict and attain global peace that begins within each individual.

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Barbara With is a composer, author, performer and inspirational speaker living in Corpus Christi, Texas. She has two CDs of original music, "Innocent Future" and "Solitaire." Her other books include "Party of Twelve: The Afterlife Interviews" and "Diaries of a Psychic Sorority," coauthored with Teresa McMillian and Lily Phelps. Together with Lily and Teresa, she researched and developed Conflict Revolution, a revolutionary new way for dealing with conflict on a singular root level. Barbara is currently touring the country promoting "Imagining Einstein" as well as conducting Conflict Revolution workshops and performing her music.

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