How to Submit a Question to the Authors

///How to Submit a Question to the Authors

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    Aurora Carlson
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    If you want to ask Drs. Deepak Chopra and Menas Kafatos a question about consciousness and other themes discussed in the book You Are the Universe, here is a step-by-step guide:

    1) Go to the Book Chapters forum and choose the particular chapter of the book that is related to your topic. If your topic is general, choose the first chapter called You Are the Universe.

    2) Go to the General Discussions subforum.

    3) Scrolling down, you will find CREATE NEW TOPIC IN “GENERAL DISCUSSIONS”. Write the title you wish to give your topic. Add your question in the text box below.

    4) Make sure you add @question anywhere in your text. This will send your question to our moderation team to be forwarded to the authors.
    Please note that due to the volume of the questions asked, there will be a delay in receiving an answer. Also, the authors wish to do their best to answer as many questions as possible but will focus on the most relevant which have not been answered in another form.

    5) Check the box “Notify me of follow-up replies via email” if you wish to be notified of replies from the authors and other forum members.

    6) Click the button SUBMIT.

    You are done! Feel free to browse the forum and interact on topics started by other members!

    Note: by using @question in your text, you can send in a question even if you are asking it in a comment on another topic. Please use @question ONLY when submitting a question to the authors! Thank you!

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