A Practical Guide for Maximizing Creativity
By John David Garcia
About The Book
Creativity is the mystical process by which we discover scientific laws, invent machines and produce art. The objective is to be thoroughly scientific in our mysticism and thoroughly mystical in our science.
Creative Transformation leaps beyond the current worldwide debate linking quantum physics and ancient mystic concepts. It makes bold proposals for reintegrating science and spirit. Garcia's synthesis for a new cosmology is of sweeping proportions and integrates information from our most distant evolutionary past with the latest scientific breakthroughs. Influenced by Spinoza, Teilhard de Chardin and David Bohm, his theory of creative transformation includes a practical application of creative problem-solving strategies beyond science into human relations, politics and ethics. It's a user-friendly guide for scientists, teachers, parents, artists, New Age activists and all who value creativity to maximize their own abilities and find solutions to our most pressing social, ecological, and economic problems.
About The Author
John David Garcia, the author of The Moral Society: A Rational Alternative to Death and Psychofraud and Ethical Therapy, earned a B.A. Biology, Chemistry and Psychology and an M.A. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from the University of California at Berkeley. After an early career as an aerospace engineer, he invented computer, communication, and energy systems and started seven computer and engineering firms. He has written over a hundred technical papers and submitted more than a dozen patent disclosures. Garcia was the founder and president of The School of Experimental Ecology located in Eugene, Oregon.
(2005, paperback, 478 pages)
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