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TAO: A New Interpretation

5 Star Review




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Editorial Book Review:

By Susan Sans


In "TAO: A New Interpretation," Joseph Kazden takes you on a journey through consciousness, reality, and the cryptic teachings of the Tao Te Ching. Kazden digs into the basic enigma of life using a philosophical and scientific lens, asking readers to reassess their concept of reality and perception.


At the heart of Kazden's understanding is the awareness that biology, unlike other forces in the universe, develops a sense of reality via a bio-sensory process. Using ideas from physics, philosophy, and ancient wisdom traditions, Kazden challenges readers to consider the nature of consciousness and its link to the fabric of reality itself.


One of the book's biggest merits is its accessibility. Despite dealing with sophisticated and profound philosophical themes, Kazden's style is simple and succinct, making it accessible to readers from various backgrounds. Kazden guarantees that even novices may connect with the subject and broaden their understanding of altered states and philosophical inquiry by presenting his ideas in a plain manner, punctuated with bullet points and images.


Readers will be intrigued by Kazden's ability to compress complex ideas into manageable pearls of insight. Whether delving into the complexities of non-locality and the measurement issue, or contemplating on the timeless lessons of the Tao Te Ching, Kazden's story develops with clarity and depth, leading readers on a voyage of intellectual study and self-discovery.


Indeed, many readers will come away from "TAO: A New Interpretation" with a sense of broadened knowledge and a renewed respect for life's intricacies. As one reviewer correctly stated, the book has the potential to expose minds to new views and ways of experiencing life. Kazden's work inspires readers to consider the nature of reality and their role within it, thanks to thought-provoking discoveries and a captivating storytelling style.


To summarize, "TAO: A New Interpretation" is a riveting and informative investigation of consciousness and reality that will appeal to those seeking a deeper understanding of the human experience. With its approachable style and profound insights, Joseph Kazden's interpretation of the Tao Te Ching provides an excellent entrance point into the study of philosophy and altered states of consciousness, taking readers on a journey of intellectual and spiritual discovery.



About the Author

Joseph Kazden



J. Joseph Kazden was born in Brooklyn, New York, and he studied mathematics, chemistry, and psychology in college during the early 1970s. Deeply influenced by the ideas of such thinkers as Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell, he began a lifelong pursuit of the nature of perception and reality. This led to the study of Taoist, Buddhist, and Hindu thought, along with shamanic and First Peoples rituals and practices, in addition to continued study in physics and cosmology, focusing on the counterintuitive nature of the reality described by relativity, quantum mechanics, and particle physics.


In the early eighties, he began a career in art, focusing on images generated by the psyche, which Jung called archetypes of the collective unconscious. Believing that the world we experience is not ultimate reality, he came to an epiphany in 2012. This book is the culmination of this journey and the expression of that epiphany.

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