- How should we approach life and its challenges? Are they real?
- What do we really know about reality?
- What is the connection between reality and consciousness?
- Do we live in a simulation?
Hyperreality is a book about the nature of our reality and the hypotheses we have made about it through the centuries. Johanna Blomqvist, PhD describes many cases and research experiments that will puzzle your mind. Our reality seems to be something other than what the current prevailing model which guides our life suggests.
It is time to understand our effect on physical reality and move to a new era, beyond materialism. You exist — dive into hyperreality, in which you are a significant participant!
Editorial Reviews of Hyperreality
“”Hyperreality” is a reminder of the challenges and limits of science. Although modern science has been able to produce accurate models and theories, it has failed to connect human and consciousness to the reality described by the theories.
Blomqvist’s positive perspective, physicist’s theoretical knowledge combined with her own experiences and insights, and many surprising cases of practical experiments, challenges both the private truth seeker and the specialist of natural sciences. Using Aristotle’s words: ‘Every man wants to know.'”
– Tuomo Suntola, PhD, physicist, Millennium technology prize winner 2018
“Traditionally, religions and human sciences have provided us with life wisdom. Blomqvist’s pioneering book paves a way for an association of natural sciences and life wisdom in a way which is both scientifically grounded and examined in the first person. An unusual, brave and thrilling combination!”
– Virpi Lehtinen, philosopher, Ph.D.
“What I like best in Hyperreality is that it offers us such an extensive view of exciting experiments and theories of consciousness. It testifies that, even if we knew that reality, at its bottom, is energy, there would still be plenty of room for imagination to explore the nature and origin of consciousness and its relation to material reality.
The book presents experiments of possible effects of intentions and emotions to physical and organic nature, and other human beings, as well as, a wide range of physical theories struggling with issues on mind and matter. I also like the personal touch of the quantum physicist turning into an energy healer and retaining her scientific approach to her new experiences. The book suits for non-experts, but is also of interest to philosophers and scientists.
– Marja-Liisa Kakkuri-Knuuttila, Professor in Philosophy of Management, emerita