Vadim Zeland

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Vadim Zeland (Rus. Вадим Зеланд) is a contemporary Russian mystic and writer.

Background[edit]

Zeland states in his autobiography that he used to be a quantum mechanics physicist and later a computer technologist.

Five books on Zeland teachings have been published in Russia, plus a single volume that combines all five. All five books of the Reality Transurfing series have been translated into English, There is also a Workbook titled 78 days Practical Transurfing, Presently the first three books are out of print however they are available in ebook format through Amazon's Kindle.

Transurfing[edit]

Reality transurfing is an esoteric doctrine being published by Vadim Zeland since 2004. It suggests an idea of multivariant reality where events happen in an infinite number of spaces at the same time. The author describes this doctrine as a technique of moving from one "branch" of reality to another due to the concentration of energy of thoughts on a certain variant. As the author claims, the teaching's practical sense is the ability to choose freely a variant of reality at will by establishing conscious control over one's intentions and attitude to the world.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vadim Zeland, Reality transferring. Level I. Space of variants (In Russian), St. Petersburg, Publishing group Ves', 2005, ISBN 5-9573-0908-7

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