About the Book
Could life be like a dream, seriously? In both East and West, many great minds had pondered such a possibility for millenniums. In the West, Descartes raised his Dream Argument. While in the East, Zhuang Zhou, confounder of Daoism, had his butterfly dream. However, philosophical arguments can establish a mere possibility. With advances in modern science, specifically Theory of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, people start to realize the similarity between the physical world and a dream world. In this book, a new interpretation of Quantum Mechanics -- Dream-like-world theory is proposed to reveal and explain the underneath unity of all phenomena. Empirical evidence to support this theory is provided by findings in Exceptional Human Function (EHF) research, which has been conducted by researchers in main land China and Taiwan for decades, yet still remains unknown to western world. The Dream-like-world theory points to a new direction of investigation and has profound implications in science, religion, and morality. The latter half of the book introduces a practical method of awakening which opens the gateway of the subjective and the objective. If nothing else, this book will definitely give readers food for thought that they have never tasted before.
About the Author
Omni-living League is designated as the author of this book. I welcome more people to join this league of mind-training. Anyone who investigates the dream-like nature of life is a member of Omni-living League. I hope that people with literature talent will refine this book and popularize this new approach of investigating life and world. The copyright of this book is CC BY, which gives great freedom to future writers. I also hope that western researchers will adventure into the field of EHF study and make great discovery. I encourage parents to train their preteen children with the four simple steps of Prof. Lee's finger-vision training (P. 101). The result might surprise you. If your children do develop EHF skills, please tell your friends and relatives and encourage them join the effort of omni-living. Most importantly, I hope that talented individuals will give the method in Part Two a try. I could not make noticeable progress due to my overactive thinking mind. I hope that you will succeed and then let me and other fellow humans witness the great result of this method.