Entanglement, the new novel based on the teachings of New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden, explores the exciting world of quantum physics through the experiences of twin brothers. Watch the trailer here:
Charlie and Jack Franklin have always experienced life differently than your average brothers. As children, each was able to sense when the other was in danger, when the other was sad, or when the other was happy. However, as adults, these two brothers took different paths: Jack stayed in their hometown to practice his art and Charlie joined the army, only to be deployed to Afghanistan.
After a frightening vision jolts Jack into consciousness, he begins his quest to get in touch with Charlie. Along the way, he encounters his high-school physics teacher, who helps him understand the connection the brothers have and the larger universal oneness of which we are all a part.
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Read Reviews from Our HAY HOUSE BLOGGER COMMUNITY! This short tale was a pleasure to read. It serves as a great introduction to Greg Braden's teachings on quantum physics and the theory of quantum entanglement. "Quantum entanglement suggests that once particles are connected, they remain connected on an energetic level, even when they are physically separated from one another..." This theory is illustrated by the central story of twin brothers, Charlie and Jack, who couldn't be more different and yet shared an extraordinary connection. Even though their distinct journeys take them about 8,000 miles apart, their connection remains. They are able to sense what each other is feeling and one brother has visions of what the other is experiencing. CLICK HERE to read the entire review by Kathleen O'Malley This book reveals that spiritual teachings can be learned through a good story just as fairy tales are a great teaching source for children. CLICK HERE to read the entire review by Kathleen O'Malley
This book is an appetizer. A teaser. A “trial size” that convinces you that you want to get the full product. In that way, this book works exceptionally well. And for that reason, I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who wants an introduction to Braden’s work.. CLICK HERE to read the entire review by The Miracle Journal
New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality, and the real world. Following a successful career as a computer geologist for Phillips Petroleum during the 1970s energy crisis, he worked as a senior computer systems designer with Martin Marietta Defense Systems during the final years of the Cold War. In 1991, he became the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems.
For more than 27 years, Gregg has explored high mountain villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to merge their timeless secrets. His discoveries are now shared in 33 countries and 38 languages through such paradigm-inspiring books as: The God Code, The Divine Matrix, Fractal Time, and his newest, Deep Truth. His 2007 best seller, The Divine Matrix, was recently selected as the source for the made-for-television feature, “Entanglement,” and is now a textbook for college level courses exploring new discoveries of science and our relationship to the world. Gregg is an active member of several leadership organizations, including the Evolutionary Leadership think tank, founded by Deepak Chopra in 2008, and has received numerous awards in recognition of his insights and innovation.
Gregg’s work has been shared on every continent of the world and in recent years he has presented his seminars and trainings to Fortune 500 companies, the U.S. military, international businesses and is now featured in media specials on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, ABC and NBC.
About the Author
Lynn Lauber is a fiction and nonfiction author,
teacher, and book collaborator. She has published
three books of her own with W.W. Norton
& Co., as well as many collaborations with other
authors. Her specialties include fiction, personal
narrative, and self-improvement. Her essays have
appeared in The New York Times. She has abridged
audiobooks for such authors as John Updike, Oliver
Sacks, Oprah Winfrey, and Gore Vidal. Visit: