Got the Goswami note. Actually his Quantum Mechanics and David Bohms Quantum Mechanics are what I would teach classes out of. I respect him very deeply. That being said, I (philosophically) am neither a materialist nor an idealist, so I tend to read his metaphysical opinions as input or tests for mine. As far as metaphysics and conceptual spirituality (talking about it outside of my direct experience) I sit comfortably in the Organic Philosophy of Whitehead and the Process Theology of Hartshorne (real, real obscure).