I realise that the data suggesting the parallels between the mind and the quantum - uncertainty, complementarity, quantum jumps, nonlocality, and finally, coherent superposition - may not be considered conclusive. They could well be indicative, however, of something radical: That what we call the mind consists of objects that are akin to the objects of submicroscopic matter and that obey rules similar to those of quantum mechanics.
From page 167, this quote establishes Goswami as a forerunner of Quantumology and reminds me exquisitely why I loved his book so much. The italics in the quote are his, not mine. I read The Self-Aware Universe many years ago, and only had occasion to bring it out of the bookcase today because I was completing the final edit for my own book, in which he is of course quoted. If you're a scientist, read it to prove to yourself that these links really matter, and if you're not a scientist, read it to learn the science behind the facts of what we are.