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Humanitas
Original title: Humanitas
Category: Non-Fiction | History
Category: Non-Fiction | Science
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Humanitas

Original title: Humanitas
Category: Non-Fiction | History
Category: Non-Fiction | Science
Synopsis:

From stardust to the conscious revolution

This is a book that talks about life in a global way, from the past, the Big Bang, to the future that awaits us as a species and the vital challenges we must face: the rise of AI, inequalities, climate change... This book, which is informative, scientific and philosophical, explains the mysteries of science in an accessible way and shares a revolutionary philosophy based on the latest discoveries about consciousness. The authors take a journey through the history of science and humanity and propose consciousness as the great engine of evolution, understanding the origin of the universe from a collaborative vision and life as a design executed by an intelligence that seems to be both transcendent and inherent.

The book that Yuval Noah Harari and Eckhart Tolle would have written together.

The work is in itself an invitation to observe with humility how the mechanisms of the evolutionary process work and to surrender ourselves to their perfection. To understand that we are part of the process and not its new engine. To discover that nothing has the rational meaning that we would like to give it and that, if we want to give it a meaning, it is better to find one that helps us to evolve. In short, to trust that we are humanitas and that it is love and not fear that, in the end, guides the evolutionary process. There is no reason to suffer the effects of our unconsciousness if we learn to flow with our essence.

Technical data

Publishing date: | 560 pages | ISBN: 978-84-664-2904-7 | Imprint: Columna Edicions