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SOURCE: Mystic Ink Publishing
Einstein Ideas, Science Secrets and Simple Moves Peak Mental and Physical Performance in "The Infinity Zone" Book by Authors Matthew J Pallamary and Paul Mayberry
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
As the world celebrates great minds thinking different on UNESCO’s World Philosophy Day November 15, 2012, a new book, “The Infinity Zone: A Transcendent Approach to Peak Performance”, by Matthew J. Pallamary and Paul Mayberry, explain how the principles of some of the world’s greatest minds like Einstein, Rudolf Steiner and Schwaller de Lubicz support how harnessing a person's Infinity Zone improves both mental and physical abilities.
In this book, you'll learn why the Infinity Zone philosophy and techniques work, and how to perform their easy-to-do movements.
The book launch on November 15, 2012, coincides with United Nations Educational Science Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Philosophy Day as it celebrates the theme of “Future Generations”.
According to UNESCO’s General Conference, the event is especially aimed at young people as “philosophy is a discipline that encourages critical and independent thought and is capable of working towards a better understanding of the world and promoting tolerance and peace”.
Pallamary agrees, saying “These great philosophers promoted the basis of tolerance and understanding among diversity - that we may look different but we're all connected in a grand design. They proved that the geometry in a bee’s eyes follows the same mathematical formula that creates a human’s fingers as well as galactic strands of stars. We applied their discoveries of how nature, astronomy and the animal kingdom maximize power and balance and found new ways to maximize human power and balance in body, mind and spirit. That’s being in The Infinity Zone.”
Elizabeth Sevison, Co-chair of the San Diego Branch of the Anthroposophical Society says, “`The Infinity Zone: A Transcendent Approach To Peak Performance' not only draws upon the insights of Rudolf Steiner, it brings them into the highest relationship of mind and body, expanding and aligning them with 21st century advances in science, mathematics, and quantum physics, while maintaining essential links to the ancient wisdom of the past.”
Packed with photos, illustrations, diagrams, and formulas, "The Infinity Zone" is a fun, educational read. The e-book is an enhanced version with active links to more in-depth information and interesting facts.
David Brin, author of EARTH and EXISTENCE says "The Infinity Zone" is "A nifty tour of gorgeous patterns, fun coincidences and inspiring rhythms in nature, body and mind."
“The Infinity Zone: A Transcendent Approach to Peak Performance”, is available for review as an enhanced e-book and in print format upon request at Mystic Ink Publishing . Please click the contact page to request a review copy. It is also available for purchase at your local booksellers and at Amazon.com .
Matthew J Pallamary’s memoir “Spirit Matters” won a San Diego Book Award and was a finalist in the National Book Awards. His historical novel "Land Without Evil" won a San Diego Book Award. In December 2012, "Land Without Evil" will be performed by the acrobatic theatre troupe, Sky Candy in the Stateside Theatre in Austin, Texas and filmed by PBS to be aired nationally in January 2013. Pallamary hails from the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston and has lived in San Diego for the past 35 years. For more about Matthew J Pallamary, visit http://www.mattpallamary.com.
Paul Mayberry coaches tennis players all over the world and is a co-founder of Grail Sports Inc. and the 8Board, both based in San Diego, CA. For more about Paul, visit http://www.grailsports.com.
Based in San Diego since 2000, Mystic Ink Publishing is an independent publisher focusing on works of a spiritual, shamanic, new age, or transcendent nature.
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