Stephen J. Hage
Let There Be Light: Physics, Philosophy & The Dimensional Structure of Consciousness
Let There Be Light presents a simple, beautiful, and elegant view of the oneness of all life, subjective and objective. It demonstrates the unity of the physical world with conscious experience of the physical world. Consciousness is not inside space and time, space and time are within consciousness; they are a special structure of the perceptual portion of consciousness.
Author Stephen Hage explores enigmas in physics which still exist and cannot be satisfactorily explained. He explains why the “Dimensional Structure” of consciousness is a new paradigm that can help us to better understand how the universe works—as Copernicus did when he shattered the myth that the sun orbits the earth, rather than the other way around.
Conversational and friendly, this audiobook presents a new myth and paradigm for understanding consciousness. It is intended to be a valuable resource for the intelligent lay person interested in the the deep and meaningful connections between consciousness, physics, quantum mechanics, myth, and meditation.
“This is a totally new worldview and difficult to explain. In Let There Be Light, author Stephen Hage explains it in a simple, often playful manner that brings it all home. It is this sort of book that will revolutionize human awareness.”
—Samuel Avery, author Buddha and the Quantum, Transcendence of the Western Mind, and The Dimensional Structure of Consciousness
Let There Be Light
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Stephen J. Hage (AUTHOR) is an expert in radiology, a regular contributor to technical journals, and a lecturer and instructor. Perhaps most revealing of the questions that drive his inquisitive mind is the title of his first published journal article, Visualizing the Invisible.
Andrew Mulcare (NARRATOR) is a professional actor, director, writer, and teacher of acting and the author of An Actor’s Business. He has worked extensively in theatre, film, and television. Andrew holds an MFA from University of South Carolina. In 2001 he was awarded a Fulbright grant to lecture in Russia on American theatre and film, and became the founding artistic director of the English Language Theatre of Orenburg.