Available April 2024

2 hours

Delve into the profound connection between physics and consciousness with Samuel Avery’s captivating exploration in Why Matter Doesn’t Matter: Physics within Consciousness. In this thought-provoking audiobook, Avery challenges conventional perspectives, inviting readers to reconsider the very fabric of reality.

Avery draws parallels between ancient astronomers’ observations of the night sky and the modern enigmas of physics. Through a compelling narrative, he highlights how shifts in perspective have historically expanded our understanding of the cosmos, paving the way for groundbreaking scientific insights.

Throughout the audiobook, Avery shares complex concepts with clarity and insight. From the relationship between space and consciousness to the mysteries of dimensional extremes in physics, each chapter invites listeners on a journey of discovery. By questioning the nature of perception and dimensions, Avery challenges us to rethink our fundamental assumptions about the physical world.

With a focus on bridging Eastern and Western philosophical traditions, Avery offers practical insights into meditation as a means of accessing a deeper understanding of consciousness. He guides listeners toward a direct experience of reality beyond the confines of language and belief systems.

Why Matter Doesn’t Matter is a must-listen for anyone intrigued by the intersection of science, philosophy, and spirituality. Whether you’re a seasoned physicist or a curious novice, Samuel Avery’s groundbreaking perspective will leave you questioning the very nature of existence. Embark on a journey of intellectual exploration and discover a new way of seeing the world.



Samuel AverySamuel Avery holds a BA in Religion from Oberlin College and an MA from the University of Kentucky. He has taught university courses in American History, European History, and American Government. Avery has practiced meditation daily for more than forty-five years. He has written a series of articles and books on the relationship of physics and consciousness to each other, including the books Buddha and the Quantum, The Quantum Screen, and Dimension Six.

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