In this work, author Michael Weaver explores the scientific aspects of Western mysticism. Mystic Physics - Volume I: Principles & Theory codifies the principles and theory associated with the Western mystic worldview. Philosophers such as Heraclitus, Pythagoras, Plato, and Aristotle laid the groundwork for much of Western science by applying mathematics and rigor to their observations of Natural phenomena.
While scientists follow a similar approach during modern times, the foundational aspects of mathematics have changed considerably. Instead of theorizing that the world was made up of particles, the followers of Heraclitus, Pythagoras, and Plato modeled the world in terms of an Absolute form of Unity.
This perspective was incorporated into all aspects of life — from their system of Number to the way they modeled and described the Universe. By starting with an all-encompassing form of Unity, these mystics developed a model of the Universe that was inherently process-oriented and relational.
Michael Weaver explores and expounds upon this relational model of the mystics — painting a very different picture of our World in the process. Part I - Principles establishes the practical principles of Mystic Physics, while Part II - Theory codifies the principles using a form of mathematical logic rooted in Unity & Geometry.