INIQUITY & THE SEPARATION OF BEING
A NOVEL EXPLORING CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE NEXUS BETWEEN QUANTUM PHYSICS & EASTERN RELIGION
Iniquity & The Separation Of Being
We all go through a journey in consciousness, but aside from the actual experience of it we know little about what consciousness really is. This novel is about one man’s journey. But this man knows more than most.
Amrit is a young man who has lived a life as a scientist, a theoretical physicist. He had worked endlessly for the regime, for ‘the cause’ and should have been lionised for his success but instead finds himself set upon by the dogs of war. He cannot understand this bizarre twist of fate, and the regime’s many tentacles have now tracked him to the last place on Earth he thought they would find him, in the most remote capital city in the world. Having nowhere else to run, he somehow finds himself seeking refuge in a Buddhist monastery, and in the throes of the deepest of meditative experience that enlivens his mind and captivates his senses, he embattles perdition and the conviction of his own demons in a journey of self-discovery.
An Introduction to Consciousness Science and Philosophy
This novel is a quest for meaning and for anyone seeking answers to the biggest of life’s questions in a hard-science based suspension of disbelief. The novel, described as the Sophie’s World of consciousness science and philosophy is a valuable introduction to the latest theories on the nature of consciousness based upon Sir Roger Penrose’s Orch-OR theory. Roger Penrose is the English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science, the Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford, who worked with Stephen Hawking to develop our understanding of the Big Bang itself.