Also, there is another way. It is the approach that I personally am taking.
The suggested approach comes from Buddha. Buddhism has extensive explanations of so many matters - life, death, suffering, meditation, reality, self, reincarnation, gods, hungry ghosts etc. Many of these matters will not be any less strange and esoteric as David Bohm's treatise "Wholeness and the Implicate Order".
But the Buddha did not demand that his followers blindly accept his teachings and explanations. Instead the Buddha invited his followers to apply and test his teachings against their own experience, and see if they were true or not.
And that is the approach that I have been following. Not merely with Buddhist ideas, but with mind/reality ideas in general.
It may strike you that some of these ideas are very difficult to test. Eg Buddha offers certain explanations of reincarnation, but how do you test this in your own actual experience, short of committing suicide? Still you do what you can, where you can. You test whatever you think is practicable to test. And as you test, and the results come in, you evaluate, analyse and check. Well, I'm doing that anyway. And the thing is, as the results come in, you find new ways to test what you previously thought was not very testable.
And based on my personal experience and tests so far, (to the extent that I've carried the tests out), lots of the mind/reality ideas that I've explored are holding up very well. The good thing about this approach is that everybody has a mind. Everybody has a reality. Therefore everyday there are many, many opportunities to do your own little tests.
Some of these tests can be bizarre. Some of them might take considerable effort and planning. Some others, however, can be easily blended into your everyday routine.
None of them, on their own, will conclusively prove that Buddhism is right on everything, or that Abraham Hicks is right on everything, or that Jesus is right on everything, or that David Bohm is right on everything. But every little test sheds a little more light, adds a little more evidence.
And you already know what are some of the tests that I do. From time to time, I do write about some of them on this forum.