A demanding read, for sure, but there’s no doubt that some fantastic work took place in the old Soviet Union into some of the weirder aspects of the energetic world. The author here was a world-renowned physicist who was involved in subtle energy research for the last 30 years of his life. It’s a scientifically based book but it’s also relatively accessible. It deals with one of the crucial issues of our time: the energies of the electromagnetic system are those we can measure but that leaves another 96% of the mass-energy of the universe that we can’t identify. What is it? Might it be what the ancients named life force, prana or chi? There’s a foreword by Bruce Lipton where he pays tribute to Yury’s work and he states that science is on the edge of a breakthrough just like he made in his bestselling Biology Of Belief.
224pp, 229 x 152 mm, Paperback, 2022, RRP £14.99