Go You Know Not Where: What if there's another way of seeing the world?

Original title: Va par où tu ne sais pas: et s’il y avait une autre manière de voir le monde ?

Publication Date:

January 2018



Original language and publisher

French | Massot Editions

Territories Handled

Worldwide excl. French


Religion & Spirituality

Go You Know Not Where: What if there's another way of seeing the world?

Original title: Va par où tu ne sais pas: et s’il y avait une autre manière de voir le monde ?

  • 2 Seas Represents: World Excl. French


This book offers a humanist perspective on some of the greatest concepts of our time! — G. F. Smoot, Nobel Prize in Physics, 2006

An audacious title, a great adventure. — La Provence

A initiation in extrasensory abilities, states of consciousness modified to see the world in a different way. — Bon Temps Mag

Laurence de la Baume takes us along in this breathtaking book to see the world in a whole new way. We are the site of a possible transformation, endowed with abilities that link us to the universe… — References Bien être

A benevolent and peaceful eye focused on these explorers that let us glimpse other perspectives than those of the material world, which is constantly at unrest. — Bernard Dugué, Agora Vox

Initiatory voyage into the heart of science and parallel worlds… Are we gifted with paranormal abilities that tie us to the universe? — Librairie Chrysalide

An initiatory journey to the very heart of science and parallel worlds.

In 1996, journalist Laurence de la Baume interviews an Aboriginal author who turns out to be a shaman. The same evening, having “contacted her ancestors,” she returns home following an experience which changes her life irrevocably. She discovers that there is another level of reality, a “consciousness” beyond our usual consciousness.

Laurence decides to go around the world, meeting the greatest experts in Consciousness, and avant-garde scientists making inroads into new and uncharted territory in understanding reality. During this very real initiatory journey lasting over 10 years, these researchers confirm that we have extra-sensory abilities which connect us to the universe.

In this book, the discoveries of cardiologist Pim van Lommel, specialist of “near-death experiences”, are followed step by step. We penetrate the mystery of the “Akashic fields” with philosopher Ervin László; discover altered states of consciousness via the methods of psychiatrist Stanislav Grof; and that we are beings of light thanks to biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp’s theories of biophotons. We assess our exercising of “free will” with quantum physicist Philippe Guillemant on the trail of “synchronicity and coincidences” that could change our lives. We determine time’s arrow with George Smoot, awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics. And echoing all this science, we find out about Satprem’s work and the “transformation of the cellular consciousness of the body,” following in the footsteps of the Indian visionary Sri Aurobindo and the Mother; and we pick up “unexplained voices” thanks to Fr. François Brune the researcher in to instrumental communication (ITC) with the “hereafter”.

Combining these unexpected encounters with her doubts and self-enquiry, Laurence reveals “the power” that this consciousness creates in us, based on the concept that our brain functions as a transceiver and that we are, to an extent, “contagious” to one another. In this breathtaking book she helps us to see the world differently. Our being is a place of a potential transformation, endowed with abilities that connect us to the universe… Everything happens in the body, at the very heart of our cells. To adapt to this new consciousness is to take part in our own evolution by living a million times better, thereby opening up to us unimaginable perspectives.

Laurence de la Baume is a journalist and co-author of “Thémas” for Arte TV channel. Since its inception, she has collaborated on the show “Metropolis,” including Mudrooroo “The Master of Magic” (1996); and Satprem, “The Man of Hope” (1996). She is also the author of the book Satprem, The Man of Hope, Oxus (2003), and Controlled Conversation, under the pseudonym Sybille Ariège, La Table Ronde (1985).