For those seeking greater understanding and purpose in life, Dr. David O. Wiebers’ Theory of Reality is an essential text illuminating the path to self discovery. 

Theory of Reality provides a new approach to experiencing peace and social transformation by addressing the most important universal questions of humankind- Who are we? Where are we going? And how do we fit into the Universe?

Dr. Wiebers, a world leader in neuroscience, communicates the life lessons he has discovered at the nexus of neuroscience, quantum physics, and metaphysical science to explain his scientific theory for the nature of consciousness, the nature of reality, and the underlying nature of the universe.

Theory of Reality was written to help bridge the gap between science and spirituality, and has been acclaimed by leading scientists and non-scientists alike as a major breakthrough in our understanding of our deeper selves and our universe. 

Theory of Reality is thoughtfully designed to make a quantum leap in opening new vistas for self-actualization and optimized neurologic performance.  Dr. Wiebers delineates a variety of techniques and practical day-to-day applications to increase resilience, coherence, and equanimity, empowering readers with knowledge and tools to live a happier, more successful and more fulfilling life.

Theory of Reality is for anyone who is ready to take control of their own life journey and allow inspiration, uncommon creativity, and deeper meaning to unfold.

David O. Wiebers, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Mayo Clinic                                             

David O. Wiebers, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Mayo Clinic                                             

"This revolutionary discovery cannot be overestimated. It can change our lives, not only as individuals but also as a society. Dr. Wiebers makes a compelling case for applying the Theory of Reality to the ultimate understanding of ourselves, the purpose of our existence and our place in the universe. The underlying concepts are fully explained and proven using scientific rigor to scrutinize critical evidence in a way that has heretofore not been achieved.”   

-Valery Feigin, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Editor-in-Chief, Neuroepidemiology