Thinking on the Other Side of Zero, Part 2
Alan Joseph Oliver, author
This book is about finding an explanation for my experiences as a healer, a role which I fell into without any idea of how or why it worked as effectively as it did. I have always been aware that my mind seems to work differently to others in some circumstances, such as noticing that I didn’t have any subjective memory at the age of 23 after a fright in an aircraft when the floor hatch on which I stepped fell a half an inch and locked. This gave me a great fright at the time, and the aircrew told me I was as white as a sheet at the time. When I recalled that experience there was no fright associated with the memory. In my healing experiences I was able to experience the subject’s experience when it happened, but when I remembered it later there was no subjective memory of the experience, just a bland observation that ‘this is what happened at the time.’ From the Yoga Sutras I have learned how this works in theory and practice, and have been able to relate the Yoga theory to my limited understanding of quantum mechanics in this book. From what I have written here, I believe I have resolved Bohm’s concept of Wholeness and the Implicate Order, which physics may or may not accept. I have no explicit expectation in that regard.