This is a neat and rather remarkable book with interesting implications. It proceeds from different overviews about time as seen from various spiritual traditions but mostly from the view of quantum physics and relativity. These reviews of how time is viewed lead up to Wolf’s theoretical basis for both time travel and ‘mind yoga’ which could have quite a few practical implications. I think the theoretical framework he lays out can be useful both in understanding consciousness and in manipulating it to our benefit. I can’t help but think he may be on to something here. Perhaps it’s the future me reminding me.
“When we no longer have to pay attention to the probability-curve involved in any skill, we label that skill a habit.”