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Have you been frustrated because you have a dream or desire you've been unable to achieve? Have you repeatedly tried to accomplish a dream or goal, such as financial abundance, improved health, or finding your soul mate, but been unsuccessful? Are you tired of feeling like a failure or wondering if there is simply something "wrong" with you?If you answered "yes" to any ofHave you been frustrated because you have a dream or desire you've been unable to achieve? Have you repeatedly tried to accomplish a dream or goal, such as financial abundance, improved health, or finding your soul mate, but been unsuccessful? Are you tired of feeling like a failure or wondering if there is simply something "wrong" with you?If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you're no different than millions of Americans who continually strive to achieve frustratingly unattainable goals. You're tired of finding yourself on the outside looking in, while those around you seemingly achieve their dreams with little effort.The problem has been your reliance on old science. Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail will teach you to use amazing new paradigms from quantum physics that enable and facilitate not only an awakening of your higher self, but also teach you to powerfully manifest and create a personal reality more closely aligned with your desires.Your natural power to create abundance and achieve your dreams is a birthright you shouldn't spend another moment denying yourself. Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail will teach you to simply and easily focus and harness your inherent power, infusing your creative abilities with rocket fuel. Using everyday language and "street-level" instructions, Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail will have you manifesting a vast array of personal dreams and goals much faster and more completely than you previously thought possible. The life you've dreamed of is just around the corner....

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Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail Reviews

  • Sterling Gate Books
    2019-03-29 19:19

    Greg Kuhn provides the missing link in all those Law of Attraction books like The Secret and others which many (myself included) say do not quite work or at least do not fully work. And the missing link is quantum physics. By giving you a very clear understanding of how science has proven energy creates matter in the physical world, Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail gives you the necessary belief or faith to start manifesting the life you truly want.Greg has experienced the same trials and tribulations with finances that most common people have...By trial and error in his own life, he has developed a proven system or way of life to create prosperity. What also comes through in this book is that Greg genuinely cares about improving the lives of others and is willing to share everything he has learned.I cannot recommend this book enough and if you are seeking a simple way to improve your life, I implore you to get this book.

  • Tim Larison
    2019-04-15 20:21

    Greg Kuhn’s book “Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail” could easily be called “Quantum Physics for Dummies”. Yes, I’m a dummy when it comes to understanding quantum physics, and Kuhn gives the best treatment I’ve read yet of explaining this complex topic in simple language. More importantly, he shows how quantum principles can be used to improve our lives. “This is a self-help book about using quantum physics to achieve your dreams and goals,” he says in the introduction, and he delivers on that promise.Quantum physics is a totally different way to look at reality than what most of us were taught. “The science of the second scientific revolution shows us that the outside world is created by one’s inside world, not the other way around,” Kuhn writes. “Your internal energy creates the material world outside of you. Embracing this paradigm, as weird as it may sound to you right now, is as logical a scientific ‘next step’ for humanity as embracing the Earth’s revolution around the sun was for a person in the 17th century.” I like how Kuhn lays the ground work early in the book by explaining what quantum physics is and how it differs from traditional science.The best parts of the book, though, are where the author takes this quantum understanding and shows how we can apply it to everyday life. I’ve long been a proponent of the benefits of positive thinking. Kuhn tells us why positive thinking works. It is all related to quantum principles. “As quantum physics shows us, by looking for ways to feel as good as possible about people, places, things, and circumstances in your life, you are creating even more good in your life by telling yourself the best story possible,” he writes.One of my top five books last year was Joe Dispenza’s “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”. Kuhn’s book is a worthy companion to Dispenza’s work. In fact if you are new to the concepts of quantum physics I recommend reading “Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail” first. It’s like going to quantum elementary school, Dispenza’s book is high school, and authors like Deepak Chopra are college level. It is a great book to read in taking the initial steps of understanding a different, life enhancing view of reality.I was given a complementary copy of this book for review purposes. I was not financially compensated for this post. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

  • Ionia
    2019-04-09 22:24

    If you are someone who loves science and new understanding, but has a difficult time with the terminology and technical aspects of text book learning, this book would be perfect. The author takes a simple, straightforward approach to get his information out there to the reader in a way that is both intelligently written and easy to understand.I have seen these concepts before in other books, but not explained the way Greg Kuhn has taken the time to break them down. If you are of the mind that we are only beginning to break the ice on understanding quantum mechanics and the future of modern thinking, then this book will be very enlightening.Without sounding like a bunch of new aged gibberish, this book details the paths we can all take to improving our daily perception of our lives and how to increase our ability to ensure our won success through outside-the-box thinking.One of my favorite quotes from this book is "No event or circumstance is inherently "good" or inherently "bad." No event or circumstance awaits you in a preexisting state of "goodness" or "badness." There is no such thing."There were certain parts of this book that I found to be particularly engaging. One of them was the discussion on the changing thinking of our generation and past generations. This book pointed out both how far we have come as laterally thinking creatures and how far we still have to go.Not that one would ordinarily think of a book with this type of subject matter as being fun to read, but this one was. The author makes use of short, moralistic stories to help convey his point. This made me laugh at times and also gave me a more rounded viewpoint of how the science could be applied.If you are stuck in a repeat pattern, wondering where to go from here and if there is anything you can do to change your outcome, this is a book you should read.I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  • Shruthi Thambi
    2019-04-22 16:18

    Loved the book.Greg connects so well to our daily lives. We all might have heard and learnt about the Law of Attraction. But not in this way. He really makes you think and pushes you to walk the extra mile. He teaches you in a really simple yet elegant way to see life with optimism. --> Its all about what you believe.. not what you desire! So let's all tell better stories and live life king size!

  • Carrie Fleharty
    2019-04-16 14:31

    Great book in understanding universal laws. Kuhn’s book helps explain the Law of Attraction in concise words. Not only does he explain the law he gives us 3 tools to use to assist in transforming our beliefs and our neural pathways. Anyone wanting a change in their life needs to read this book. It helped me to understand what I have been doing wrong.

  • Zoltan Toth-czifra
    2019-04-17 22:06

    This book is terrible. It's so bad that it makes me angry. The author has no idea about science nor quantum physics and set up faux parallels between scientific concepts he doesn't understand and problems at all human scale. E.g. weight loss is difficult because of quantum entanglement. What a piece of garbage.

  • robert
    2019-03-28 15:09

    Worth a look.This book offers a very approachable, layman format that doesn't overwhelm the average reader. Having a background in quantum physics isn't required but I would highly recommend doing a little independent study on the matter in order to better understand the mechanisms by which his methods work. I had a fairly decent understanding of sub-atomic behavior before reading this book and I feel like that insight contributed a great deal to my enjoyment and retention of the material. With that said, if you subscribe to a "I don't care about how it works, as long as it does" mentality, Dr Kuhn's methods will still work for you but you're missing out on some really AWESOME/SPOOKY/EXCITING science. My suggestion is to, at a minimum, spend a little time reading a few wikipedia entries on the double slit experiment, particle entanglement, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle etc... To know for sure that science definitively tells us that we force matter into existence through the act of observation is kind of the keystone of this book, knowing that ahead of time makes it much easier to internalize a lot of his suggestions. On the philosophical side, it largely parallels Buddhist ideologies. Ideas like living in the moment, meditation, stilling the mind and the like are motifs found throughout the book; oddly enough it seems more like evolutionary convergence than borrowing from existing thought though. I hope that made sense. To put it another way, the ideals in [Mahayana] Buddhism appear to jive quite nicely with the new paradigm provided to us by quantum physics even though both disciplines originate from opposite ends of the Philosophy/Science spectrum... And in my opinion, anytime science and philosophy are in agreement it's worth a look.

  • Dawn Dowd
    2019-04-16 14:12

    The better story PROCESSI have a passionate curiosity about LOA and about quantum physics. I've read hundreds of books and articles about or related to both topics., by many authors and over many years. Mr. Kuhn's books are a truly informative blending of both LOA and quantum physics. This, of his books I've read, is a terrific guideline into what I believe is a necessary process in changing living life into an adventure rather than a mere existence. Whether a reader can accept his information doesn’t change the validity of the process. Is this THE Way? No. It is A way that is well written and clear (unless your beliefs get in the way : -) guide to... whatever life you can believe in truly. Is success GUARANTEED? ALWAYS! And that depends entirely on your beliefs and your willingness to question and change your beliefs - one feeling / thought at a time. A HUMAN ALWAYS GETS EXACTLY WHAT THE INDIVIDUAL BELIEVES. It's 12 A.M. Do you know where your beliefs are? FYI, Millennials, that's a paraphrase of an old television advertisement.

  • Joe Johnson
    2019-04-06 16:28

    I asked the author if this book was more or less the same as the first book, "Why Quantum Physicists Don't Get Fat" and I was assured it was indeed a new and different book. I am insulted after trudging through the entire book only to realize it was more or less the same thing. He replaces the words "paradigms" with "fish tanks" and "quantum physics" with "2nd scientific revolution," but in all honesty not much is different. It is more focused on other endeavors besides just losing weight but it still seems to gravitate around weight loss more than other topics. I would have simply stopped reading but I felt like maybe the next chapter would be different; it was not. If you have read his other book, do not read this one. If you read this one, do not read his other one. I personally don't believe any of the ideas and principles he talks about, but I will commend him on wanting to actually help people.

  • We Are All Mad Here
    2019-03-24 16:23

    I've always been interested in the theory of the law of attraction, but something about many of the books on the topic sort of irks me - like I'm always expecting some kind of mystical music to be playing in the background. Actually, there sometimes IS some kind of mystical music playing in the background. And while I think those books do have their value, they've just always seemed a tiny bit off to me.Greg Kuhn's take on the subject is different. It's more based in science, with facts presented, well, matter-of-factly, and in terms that anyone can understand. Trust me on that, I am no scientist.I don't think this book will convince a hardened skeptic of anything, but if you have any interest in the subject at all, it's worth reading. I liked it enough to move on to another Greg Kuhn title, How Quantum Physicists Build New Beliefs.

  • Bill Branley
    2019-04-08 14:30

    This is the best of the Quantum Physics books by Greg Kuhn. In this one he lays out his premise about quantum physics and how it matters in our daily lives. QP is a revolution in science and I believe it turns almost everything I learned in grade school upside down. In my opinion if you read this one you don't need to read the other books. I loved it, but it gets all kinds of criticisms. This is one of those cases where you have to go out on a limb and discover your own interpretation of what it means to you.

  • Susan
    2019-04-02 15:02

    This was given to me by a friend. The book attempts to apply principles of physics to human psychology and philosophy. Some similarity to the Rules of Attraction, much is made of the principle "you are what you believe" and long/short the book directs us to "tell a better story" about events in our lives and by the power of positive thinking we will become healthy, wealthy and wise. If only . . .

  • Kristy Birchfield
    2019-04-13 18:22

    PromisingI have not yet tried the concepts in this book but I am excited and hopeful. I think that the average layperson might find this a pretty technical read, but once you get to the steps, it gets easier.

  • douglass russell
    2019-03-28 22:31

    Understanding me and the universeEasy to see quantum concepts. I love that it has science bases. It helped me see what I am doing is not just mumbo jumbo.

  • Ketki
    2019-03-24 18:12

    The book is a must readAwesome book.The author gives great examples and easy tools to follow. I highly recommend this's a must read!!

  • Philip Edmund Gibbs
    2019-03-26 22:01

    MasterpieceThis book is a true game changer. If you really want you u want get it and enjoy life. BE THE EXAMPLE!!!!!!!!!!

  • Richard Webb
    2019-04-17 16:10

    Pretty good book.

  • Joyce
    2019-04-20 19:17

    Extraordinary ideas easily explained. The author brings concepts from quantum physics into the realm of everyday living.

  • Janet Eshenroder
    2019-04-04 15:05

    Gift book.

  • Katarzyna
    2019-04-16 15:06

    Book promises visible changes in a life in a year time so I will write review next year lol

  • Jafumbwa
    2019-04-21 19:17

    Short and practical guide to understanding how the results of studies and research in quantum physics can be applied to everyday life.