Do You QuantumThink?

We're in a quantum age yet we're still attempting to use industrial age thinking
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The author puts together a coherent and profound view of the world and reality using modern physics as the basis. The notion that we spend an enormous amount of attention on the condition of our bodies and little attention on the quality of the thoughts in our minds is a great point. This book is full of well documented sources in physics and spirituality that make it very compelling to read and it is highly readable. While I like the idea that we create our own reality, and that this is perhaps true in many ways, I don't think that if we all just think nice thoughts that the world will become a peaceful place. There is no discussion of bad and evil people in the world who are out to kill us as in the 911 terrorist attack. There is a duality in nature and in human existence that has both a peaceful and violent side and just thinking positive thoughts is not going to change this. However, religions are based on faith and a body of thought about life after death. Applying modern science that all matter is energy, waves and particles united in a collective universal intelligence seems to be a good explanation why things are as the are. Clearly this book provides a lot to think about that is outside conventional wisdom.

-- Don Etchison
Book Description:

The world is changing at a dizzying pace. We’re all looking for new ways of thinking that can bring about real solutions to modern problems, from the pursuit of inner serenity to solving world conflicts. In Do You QuantumThink? bestselling author Dianne Collins shares her ingenious discovery that reveals a critical missing link to make sense of our changing times. Her discovery provides us with the understanding and methodology to rise above problems of today by laying the foundation for an entirely new way to think. The result is an experience of newfound ease, grace and mastery.

Part science, part philosophy, part spirituality, Do You QuantumThink? draws on a wide spectrum of sources, from cutting edge innovations in the sciences to the insights of the world’s greatest spiritual leaders. This book will make you laugh, free you from limiting ideas, and introduce you to the most advanced principles and practical methods for living. Do You QuantumThink? will rock your world in the best of ways as you experience one revelation after another

Dianne Collins (Author)
Dianne Collins is an original thinker, media personality, and one of the foremost thought-leaders of our time. She is a master of translating ancient knowledge into “quantum” modern wisdom that provides a transformative platform for the way we conduct our business and personal affairs. Dianne is the creator and author of QuantumThink, a new system of thinking that has us leap from the outdated “old world view” limits of the Industrial Age to begin thinking from the more accurate and up-to-date “new world view” of our current Quantum Age. Along with her husband and business partner, she consults visionary leaders and executives in the world’s leading corporations including Accenture, AT&T, CNN and Dupont as well as presenting QuantumThink to entrepreneurs and students, homemakers and professionals, celebrities and evolutionaries worldwide. Dianne Collins in her own words… “I grew up in a small town on the New Jersey shore very near the big city of New York, so I got to experience a wide diversity of cultures from rural and suburban to the sophisticated Big Apple. I later moved to south Florida to study Philosophy at the University of Miami. I advanced through several years working in corporate management and later transitioned to the arts, becoming an award-winning photographic artist. All my life I wondered how we could have the world function in the harmonious, noble picture that all people seemed to aspire to yet was blatantly missing in politics, in corporate cultures, in the media, and within our own families. “It occurred to me even as a teenager that it would take a literal quantum leap in consciousness, an awakening of the way we think and view the world and each other. This quest led me to create QuantumThink(R) — a new system of thinking, 21 distinct principles based in discoveries at the edge of science merged with universal ageless knowledge, and lived as modern, practical wisdom. “My intent in writing the book, Do You QuantumThink? New Thinking That Will Rock Your World was to write in an entertaining and engaging, personal from-me-to-you style so you enjoy reading it – while at the same time, you are awakening your own awareness and expanding your thinking, as you read. Part I Wake Up discusses the Situation humanity finds ourselves in today, and delves into the questions, what do we really want? and what is our means to creating it? Part II Live the Wisdom presents the QuantumThink principles I call ‘distinctions.’ So I am not saying, hey we really should think in a new way, people — I am saying, let’s take a good look … here is why we need to think in a new way — and guess what, here is how we can. Here is the system. “The idea is that we can put it all together — see the big picture of how our habits of mind affect our outcomes and experience of life in real ways — and that we can easily and joyfully condition our thinking to be in sync with the way things actually work according to nature. The result is you not only learn ‘everything you ever wanted to know about science and spirituality and didn’t know to ask’ :) — you will likely experience a new command and confidence in your own mastery in living, you’ll view what’s going in the world now in an optimistic and transformative light, and you will feel really good about all that. This is what readers tell me. I would love to read your own “reader review” on the site after you read the book, too. And may quantum leaps abound!”
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