How Consciousness Creates Reality. The Full Version

Claus Janew
Finally in English, now a completely revised translation! 
The main argument in this book is the undeniable openness of every system to the unknown. And the fundamental question goes: What does this openness produce?
We are a part of the infinite universe and an incorporation of its wholeness. Both for us means an individualized reality, through which the universe expresses itself and on the other hand through which it is built up with. It also means our necessity, importance and indestructibility for the sum of its incorporations. Most connections among ourselves are hardly conscious for us. Meanwhile the infinitesimality structure of all consciousness guarantees not only the logical lack of inconsistency of these connections but also the freedom of choice of every individual.
Our goal by no means can be to decide completely consciously. Responsibility contains spontaneity or rather trust in a meaningful working together of the forces. We increasingly become aware of our role in the entire relationship and we learn to contribute optimally to the value fulfillment of all individuals, ourselves included. Beyond the supposed differences between objective and subjective reality, we at some point of awareness comprehend that we create our reality out of our innermost depths.

"A fabulously good work. Arguments and expositions are coherent. Fascinating!" 
Karin Kuretschka, Germany

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"Claus Janew's undertaking to put down on paper mental processes and procedures that we cannot always analyze, recognize, or follow with our external senses, and especially the depth with which he treats the subject, is simply admirable." 
Ingomar Doering, United States

"Again and again I open it, reread passages, chapters, and follow your thoughts, smile, thank you inwardly that you wrote it, spent years finding words and ways for it, and realize in everything the perfect solution..." 
C. I. M., Germany

"A well-reasoned way to push science beyond its limits without falling into pure esotericism. A very thoughtful book, a genuine attempt to re-examine our fabric of reality carefully and without bias." 
Prof Dr Wilhelm Schmid, Germany

"In today's world, which is characterized by the levelling of all values and the selling off of standpoints, the honesty of Claus Janew's thinking is pleasantly striking." 
Dr Wolfgang Dahlberg, Germany

"Masterfully written inspiration that has caused me to see the world with different eyes and will surely inspire me to be more aware of my own reality for a long time to come. This is a comprehensive, unusual and skillful exposition of philosophy and esotericism that offers entirely new explanations and food for thought." 
Sidony, Germany

"I am still inspired by your way of expressing yourself... Thank you for your tireless efforts to make people aware of their true potential for consciousness." 
N.F., Austria

"It is amazing how just trying to intellectually understand these connections can expand consciousness." 
F. K., Germany

(Reader comments apply to the original German edition. They have been translated from German using DeepL.)

Table of contents

Preliminary remarks

Part I

The relativity of existence

Existence is effect

The absolute universal continuum

The unity of the differing

Some dialectic relationships

Essence, relativity, and contrast

Combinatorics and reciprocity

Developing systems

Irreversible movement

Higher development

Hierarchy and wholeness

Harmony, coincidence and predetermination

Interwoven pyramids

Part II

The logics of circumscription

The infinitesimal center

Internal pressure and external pull

Order, chaos and holomovement

Enfoldment and unfoldment

The reality funnel

The potential for order

Conscious creativity

Activity from the depth

Consciousness – the infinitesimality structure

Our permanent choice

Part III

The communicating consciousness

 Projection and creating approximations

Putting ourselves in another position...

Self-consciousness and independence

Individuality and freedom

 Messages of the subconscious

The freedom to unfreedom

Giving ideals a chance

Dynamic consciousness

Exchange with the subconscious

The discovery of the other

The creation of reality

A question of proof?

The simultaneity of all events

Playing with probabilities


On creativity
On perception of creativity

Part IV

"Extreme" forms of consciousness and awareness

Consciousness units

All That Is


The extensive directedness

Flowing energy

The indestructibility of the individual

Freedom, harmony and value fulfillment

A feeling for harmony

Value fulfillment

The Freedom to act out of love