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Anyone who has been paying attention to the media and popular culture over the last few years must have noticed the unprecedented upsurge in mainstream interest and coverage of what many people are referring to as The New Spirituality. The explosive growth of yoga over the last fifteen years and its particular brand of secular, self-based spirituality seems to point to the fact that a significant number of people in America are ready for a new way of thinking.Some of the furor began in 2004, when a low-budget documentary called What the Bleep Do We Know?, starring Marley Matlin and sharing the views of a wide range of scholars, scientists and spiritual leaders on the emerging science of quantum physics, shocked its producers, theater owners and the entertainment industry by earning tens of millions of dollars and captivating audiences worldwide, all through grassroots distribution. In order to meet increased demand for related information, bookstores have filled their shelves with volumes upon volumes by authors such as Deepak Chopra, Bob Doyle, Michael J. Losier, Rebecca Hanson and dozens of others extolling the power of the individual to attract the life he or she wants and how to do it.