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In The Labyrinth of Time, Anthony Peake explores the relationship between consciousness and reality, and in the process puts forward an amazing hypothesis that can explain many enigmatic phenomena, including déjà  vu, precognition, near-death experience, and altered states. It features a cutting-edge account of modern time theory covering time slips, precognitive dreams, and the elasticity of time during moments of extreme stress, near-death experience, and certain stages of hypnotic trance. The Labyrinth of Time is as compelling and persuasive as Peake's groundbreaking Is There Life After Death? and The Daemon.

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certainly makes you think

although the author seems to make a few conclusions based on faith, I was left thinking hard about the nature of reality and overall enjoyed the book.

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Extra-ordinary

The author fantastically explains the difference between perception of time and relativistic time itself. He looks closer at the similarities between people's accounts of unusual events in time. The authors conclusions back up many of the leading theories which could explain anomalies in time, such as Everett's many worlds theory, and the effects of amplified oscillating electric fields, as well as the crossovers between quantum behaviour of matter and the many worlds theory.

It gives me such goosebumps to hear a person argue so well for a reality which is so fundamentally different from what we currently believe, that I begin to wonder if Ive experienced the moment where I've jumped ship to a distant (less likely) timeline of our universe.

I highly reccomend Julian Barbour's: The End of Time, as a prelude to this book. It's good to hear the author acknowledge this work.

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Anthony Peake hots the mark once again...

A fantastic work, full of well researched science and philosophy.
Can’t wait for more audible works in the series.

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Brilliant work

mind expanding work that should cause all of us to rethink what we assume about the nature of time and space.

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Timeless

This is a beautifully read audio book, that investigates and explores the concept of time and its implications.

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  • Chantal Guillou-Brennan
  • 22-11-19

Absolutely amazing

It took me a moment to get used to the Anthony's British accent but the content was so captivating that i soon forgot about that. I had to buy the kindle version to get all the great references to other books and study. I feel that was money well spent and enjoyed re-listening to it while following on my iPad! Anthony presents what could be seen as a dry subject into a captivating masterpiece.

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  • 337
  • 15-10-19

Fantastic and Fascinating

This book is an excellent continuation of the ideas Anthony Peake first shared with the world in his book "Is There Life After Death?: The Extraordinary Science of What Happens when We Die." That book is also available on Audible, and if you haven't either read or listened to that book yet, I recommend you listen to that one first. That book will change your way of thinking, and then once you've digested that work, buy this book and give it a listen. This is a great companion book, and gets even deeper into the questions and philosophies about the nature of TIME than the first book. I can't recommend this book highly enough. The concepts in it will expand your viewpoint, and having the author read it himself in this audio version adds another layer to it. I have most of his books in paper copies, but I'm really I'm hoping Mr. Peake will continue releasing each of his books in audio format. If he does, I will listen to them all -- and you should too!

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  • Christina
  • 05-01-20

Another great contemplative work

I enjoy Anthony Peake's books and this is another great read. I will be listening a second time.

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  • Airborne Infantry
  • 17-11-21

I really tried…

I wanted to like this book as it was recommended by someone. It’s not mind blowing or new. The thing that saved the audiobook was the author’s voice. A quick internet search could save someone a credit or money. He is masterful at collecting and repackaging others work in this field. I experienced the same thing in his other works. Hey everyone needs to make a living I guess.