Break Through the Limits of the Brain, the new book by Joseph Puru Selbie, delves into the scientific support for the existence of a subtle, nonlocal reality that strongly suggests that we exist simultaneously in both a subtle and physical reality—and that our thoughts, life force, emotions, and memories originate nonlocally.
Meditation is a central theme of the book—what it is, how to do it, why it works, its physical, mental, and emotional benefits as measured by neuroscientists, and how it rewires the brain for superconscious awareness.
The book offers proven practices for bringing superconscious awareness into one’s life for success, energy, health, peace of mind, and happiness.
Selbie makes the complex and obscure simple and clear. A dedicated meditator for over forty years, he has taught yoga and meditation throughout the US and Europe. He has also been an avid follower of the unfolding new paradigm of science—with groaning bookshelves to show for it—and he is known for creating bridges of understanding between the modern evidenced-based discoveries of science and the ancient experience-based discoveries of the mystics.
His previous book, The Physics of God, with a foreword by the internationally known quantum physicist, Dr. Amit Goswami, is a concise and easy-to-understand description of the emerging new unity between science and religion.
Selbie maintains several blogs, including Intersections, which explores how spirituality connects with culture and science. He has also authored, The Yugas, a factual look at India’s tradition of cyclical history, and a sci/fi fantasy series, The Protectors Diaries, inspired by the abilities of mystics.
Joseph Puru Selbie is a founding member of Ananda—a meditation-based community and spiritual movement inspired by Paramhansa Yogananda. He lives with his wife at Ananda Village near Nevada City, California. Website: www.JosephSelbie.com