Butterflies Are Free To Fly: A New and Radical Approach to Spiritual Evolution

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When Nicolaus Copernicus discovered the Earth wasn’t the center of the Universe, everything changed. When Frederick Miescher discovered DNA, everything changed again. When quantum physicists discovered our physical universe isn’t real, that it’s a hologram - everything ... wait! Nothing changed - yet. Now "Butterflies Are Free To Fly" offers a new and radical approach to spiritual evolution.
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About Stephen Davis

In his seventy-three years, Stephen Davis has been (in chronological order) one of the co-creators of "Up With People," a Physician’s Assistant in the U.S. Army (Vietnam vet), a commercial airline pilot, an Arizona State Senator, an Aide to L. Ron Hubbard in the Church of Scientology, President of an international management consulting firm (WISE), Director of Development and professor at Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, computer software designer, horse whisperer, and cook and captain of an 80-foot whale and dolphin research ship (Kairos) in the Canary Islands.

He is the author of a number of books and won the George Washington Medal of Honor from Freedoms Foundation for his published article, "The Government Versus the Economy," and has most recently traveled the world delivering his Holographic Universe Workshop series.

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The Holographic Universe Workshops
How quantum physics and recent scientific experiments are radically changing our understanding of life, our reality, and our spirituality.

The Holographic Universe Workshop - Part One
Part One takes a close look at the famous Double Slit experiment and why many quantum physicists are now saying that we're living in a hologram.

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Reviews of Butterflies Are Free To Fly: A New and Radical Approach to Spiritual Evolution by Stephen Davis

Asha Anand reviewed on Oct. 20, 2016

Stephen, I read this book out of curiosity and I liked your simplified explanation of quantum theory and various quotations that you have used. However I was disappointed that there was no mention of Upanishads, Bhagwat or Gita, probably because you could not find good English translations - if you had this would have made your journey very easy because they all answer the basic questions that you have raised in the same way (who am I? Where do I come from? What is the purpose of life? What is my role?). I related to your book by just replacing some words with those from Upanishads and Gita.
Even the concept of matrix is very old and was explained by Shankaracharya as "Brahma Satya Jaganmithya" which means that only Brahm is true and this World is it's manifestation. If you get a chance to read an unbiased translation of Vedas, Upanishads or just Gita it will explain a lot of mysteries of life.
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John Buckingham reviewed on Oct. 29, 2012

Stephen Having read your book several times on ereader,printed pages that have a deep impact,and now listened on a cellphone,I cannot let a note of thanks pass.
I'm probably of a similar age to you,and after a lifetime of reading have found the book that can be my last.
My feeling is one of gratitude for your words.I acknowledge your courage,your extraordinary vision.and the sense of fun that makes the book,and life, so wonderful.
My deepest thanks, John Buckingham
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Barbara Sullivan reviewed on Oct. 12, 2011
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I don't agree with Stan's review at all. I have already entered the cacoon stage in the book, and have read it 3 weeks, letting it sink in. I have already been through stages one and two, so it was easy to embark upon the journey in stage three. Immediately my dreams made more sense, and took on a different nature about them; being more direct, then they have been previously. This isn't an easy task, undoing the ego, layer by layer; yet I have already in my life known this could be done, yet wasn't sure how to complete my training. I feel like you are my personal mentor, at this stage, and I feel good about moving forward. It feels right and my subconscious and mind both tell me this is the way forward. I appreciate the time you dedicated to those of us who have hope of moving forward, in this dreamlike hologram...
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Inhousepress reviewed on Jan. 6, 2011

How do you know but ev'ry Bird that cuts the airy way,
Is an immense world of delight, clos'd by your senses five?

I prefer Matrix I. You seem to miss out on love, and joy (amalgam of life and love), and abundant beauty, and the wonders that surround us, countless animals, many never seen with human eyes, others expressing such order and harmony (which results in beauty) as to make our life right here, on Earth, heaven. The 'Infinite I' does not create holograms in which a gestapo thug kicks a pregnant woman in the stomach just to enjoy the emotional feedback from the scene. Nothing Infinite could possibly be that perverted.

But it's fun reading, and your concept might amuse Hollywood directors. If that was the intent, good luck! As for quantum theory, I believe it was Richard Feynman who said that anyone who claims to understand it is a liar. In a year or two, it will change. Another scientist, I believe rightly, observed that anyone who wants to reduce reality to a single equation, as in 'theory of everything' to which quantum mechanics aspire, is shortchanging god. If we find the answer today, what shall we do for the rest of Eternity? (I know, time doesn't exist, but what shall we do for the Infinity of 'NOWs"?

Regards, Stan I.S. Law (Stanislaw Kapuscinki)
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Nancy Heimstra reviewed on Nov. 5, 2010
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Thank you Stephen. I devoured your book. It tied up a few "loose ends" for me regarding my Busting Loose work. I have been so joyful reading it and recognizing that it is a truth that resonates deeply with me.
I appreciate your personal insights and sharing.
Thanks again for a brilliant read.
Keep writing!!!
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Jace P reviewed on Oct. 28, 2010

This has been an incredible read and I can't stop thinking about it. I'm definitely recommending it to others
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