Dr. Amit Goswami  Ph.D.

- Theoretical Quantum Physicist  (Bio)

"We all have the habit of thinking that everything around us is already
a thing existing without my input, without my choice. You have to banish that kind of thinking.Amit Goswami

Instead, you really have to recognize that even the material world around us, the chairs, the tables, the rooms, the carpet, time included, all of these are nothing but possible movements of Consciousness. And I’m choosing, moment to moment, out of those movements, to bring my actual experience into manifestation.

This is the only radical thinking that you need to do. But it
is so radical, it is so difficult, because our tendency is that the world is already out there, independent of my experience. It is not. Quantum physics has been so clear about it. Heisenberg himself, co-discoverer of quantum physics said, “Atoms are not things, they’re only tendencies.”

So instead of thinking of things, you have to think of possibilities.
They’re all possibilities of Consciousness."

Consciousness is the ground of all being.


Quantum Activism is the idea of changing ourselves and our societies in accordance with the principles of quantum physics. 

The Center for Quantum Activism seeks to educate, support and facilitate the transformation from the current materialist worldview to one based on the primacy of consciousness.


One of Amit's recent interviews on YouTube (Lilou Mace, Nov. '12), he is speaking about his lifework Quantum Activism (DVD - The Quantum Activist (2009)) and he is referring to his new book (anticipated publication in February 2014):
Quantum Creativity, about all facets of creativity.

Momentarily he is working on: Economics of Consciousness (a different approach to economy and 'abundance', about unlimited (sustainable) potentials of the non-material world for a physical expanding economy and the key to that.)

An integrated worldview of Spirituality and Science. 

Read (t)his blog: Toward a Spiritual Economics



Trailer of The Quantum Activist (2009): 


A video (Lecture at Schumacher College, Mrt '12) about Science of Quantum Consiousness: