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The Human Hologram by Dr. Robin Kelly: Book Review
By Irene Watson   
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Last edited: Thursday, September 22, 2011
Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2011

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Unlike many authors who write metaphysical books sprinkled lightly with some scientific jargon, Dr. Kelly is well-experienced in the medical and scientific fields, with a knack to explain difficult theories and provide sufficient evidence to support them so the lay reader can easily follow his argument. Drawing upon holographic, fractal, and quantum science, and Eastern and Western philosophies, Kelly demonstrates that although humans are a small part of the universe, even the smallest part has access to the whole.

The Human Hologram: Living Your Life in Harmony with the Unified Field

Dr. Robin Kelly
Energy Psychology Press (2011)
ISBN 9781604150629
Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (7/11)

I found it incredibly refreshing to read “The Human Hologram.”  By demonstrating how modern science and ancient wisdom are connected, Dr. Robin Kelly presents a convincing argument to explain his theory that we are living in a holographic universe.    To support his theory, he provides us with Ten Guiding Principles of the Human Hologram.  The Fourth Principle, “Modern scientific and mathematical theory lends support to the theory that our universe is holographic. It follows that we, as part of the universe, must also be holographic. Modern Science acknowledges that pure information is fundamental to our universe.”  What this means to us, as both humans and holograms, is that we are actually able to play an active role in co-creating our future. In doing so, by combining our knowledge of modern science and the ideals of ancient wisdom, we can connect to a unifying field of consciousness that will enable us to transform our health and our environment.

In explaining how he arrived at this idea, Dr. Kelly heavily expounds upon scientific processes.  Having personally read many books that put a lot of emphasis on metaphysical ideas while throwing some scientific jargon in, I was pleased to see that Dr. Kelly utilizes his obviously extensive knowledge of natural physical laws and constants to show how “The Human Hologram” can be a reality. 

While “The Human Hologram” presents a lot of complex ideas, Dr. Kelly presents it in a way that I was able to follow, even though my last science class was fifteen years ago! I felt that this book was beautifully written and I loved how the author showed that both eastern and western medicine can be connected. Utilizing a great deal of explanations, diagrams, case studies, compassion and a touch of humor, I totally enjoyed reading this book, and was excited to see that scientists are heading us in a direction where as individuals we will be encouraged to play a more active role in taking responsibility for our health and transforming our lives.    


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