Book Reviews, coincidences, Science

Living in Flow: A Quantum Physicist’s Take on Synchronicity

I’ve recently started writing book reviews for the Journal of Scientific Exploration, and the first of them recently became available online. It’s a review of Sky Nelson-Isaacs’ 2019 book Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World.

Nelson-Isaacs, who has a Master’s degree in physics, brings together concepts from quantum mechanics as well as psychology to present a theory of how each of us personally contributes to the production of synchronicities in our lives. In a nutshell, his idea is that our expectations about our future experiences influence the evolution of the physical world we observe, through guiding the collapse of the quantum wave function in one direction rather than another. See my full review for more details.

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