Tune in to Humanity’s Team podcast episode 14: The UPside of the Downslide…, to hear Galileo Commission adivser Dean Radin, among others, speak about the many positive changes going on in evolution NOW and how the breaking down of the current structure actually makes it possible for us to build the sustainable future we envision.
What is non-duality? What do we mean by consciousness? Does it really exist? What is reality? Is there any thing "out there"? Why don't we see consciousness in the material world? What do we mean by "I"? Why is any of this important?
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In this short video, the Chair of the Galileo Commission David Lorimer, introduces the Galileo Commission Report and its scope. He also shares his vision and aspirations for what this initiative will achieve.
To celebrate the Dalai Lama's lifelong love of science, you will be able to learn about the scientist who inspired him deeply: David Bohm, a maverick physicist who turned to Eastern Wisdom to introduce Consciousness into Quantum Theory. There will also be a panel discussion and a Q&A.
"Infinite Potential: The Life and Ideas of David Bohm" is about the man Einstein called his “spiritual son” and the Dalai Lama his “science guru.” A brilliant physicist and explorer of Consciousness, Bohm’s incredible insights into the underlying nature of reality and the profound interconnectedness of the Universe and our place within it are truly transformational.
In this interview, David Fontana describes his experiences investigating thee afterlife. The interview was filmed for the feature film "The Afterlife Investigations".
In this talk, Stanley describes a series of experiments that ran for ten years during his tenure as director of the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Research Laboratory in Brooklyn, New York. These studies were eventually published in a variety of mainstream psychology journals.
How our human world can exist and best flourish even though it is embedded in the physical universe.
This is a video that explores the scientific evidence of the interconnected nature of consciousness and features Galileo Commission advisers.
Philosopher Tim Freke talks with Galileo Commission adviser Professor Chris Bache about his revelation after 20 years of high dosage LSD trips as explored in his book 'LSD and The Mind of the Universe'.
In this presentation from the 2014 Synchronicity Symposium, Galileo Commission adviser Ruper Sheldrake shares his work on designing experiments to test if people can tell if they are being stared at as well as his work on telepathy in animals. Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. is a biologist and author of more than 80 scientific papers and 11 books, including Science Set Free.
This paper is in three parts. In this Part One, the randomness displayed by quantum objects is explored. The notion of quantumhood is then introduced. It refers to a kind of “wave wholeness” of elementary particles that, most significantly, turns out to be necessary to sustain nature’s consistency. When this quantumhood is in danger of being lost, a wave collapse, or quantum jump, is in order.
Diane Corcoran talks about her experience with NDEs as a US Army nurse in Vietnam and serving in the military over a 24-year career, including as Chief Nurse and Commander of a Combat Support Hospital. Robert Caplan is a Navy veteran near-death experiencer: This presentation will address my knowing of my/our true identity.
In this panel, the legendary actor, writer and comedian John Cleese, convenes the University of Virginia's Division of Perceptual Studies (DOPS) research faculty to present an overview of the research to which they have dedicated their academic careers. Members of DOPS include GC advisers Bruce Greyson, Kim Penberthy, Edward Kelly, Emily Kelly, as well as Jim Tucker and Chester Carlson.
Here, a detailed analysis of cosmogony is offered, first in terms of the theory of dimensional development and its Taoist (yin-yang) counterpart, then in terms of the evolution of the elemental force particles through cycles of expansion and contraction in a spiraling universe.
According to 2-time nominated Nobel Peace Laureate, Ervin Laszlo, we are at a critical time for humanity, a bifurcation where we can go two ways, either into a state of chaos, where we won't survive, or to a higher state of consciousness.
C. G. Jung devoted much of his life to exploring the dark borderland between psyche and matter. While engaged in that inquiry, he corresponded with physicist Wolfgang Pauli and was drawn to the phenomena of quantum mechanics. Just what is it about modern physics that invites intimate contact with the psyche? In examining this question, we see the broader need for setting physics and psychology on a new philosophical foundation consonant with the integrative worldview of alchemy studied by Jung.
Author of several books including 'The Art Of Dying,' 'The Truth In The Light' and 'The Hidden Door' neuro-psychiatrist and Galileo Commission adviser Dr Peter Fenwick talks about his research into End of Life Experiences and deathbed phenomena and what these mean in the greater picture of who we really are.
I propose such a complementarist dual aspect model of consciousness and brain, or mind and matter. This then also entails a different epistemology. For if consciousness is coprimary with matter, then we can also use a deeper exploration of consciousness as happens in contemplative practice to reach an understanding of the deep structure of the world, for instance in mathematical or theoretical intuition, and perhaps also in other areas such as in ethics. This would entail a kind of contemplative science that would also complement our current experiential mode that is exclusively directed to the outside aspect of our world. Such an epistemology might help us with various issues, such as good theoretical and other intuitions.
In this view for the Galileo Commission, our adviser Ruper Sheldrake shares his views on materialism and how to move beyond it. He discusses the limitations of a dominant materialistic worldview in light of what we know about consciousness, epigenetics, among other empirical observations
This change is coming, and I think we should start thinking about this: What will science be like when consciousness becomes a regularly considered aspect in the design of experimental protocols, and how will it affect emerging technologies?
Larry’s mission: “My mission is to tell the truth and not shade the truth.” Larry’s one-line message to the world: “Pay Attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” – Mary Oliver
Incorporating a shared vision of what the world could be like if consciousness were acknowledged to be fundamental, then fostering wellbeing at every level, is how you make social change happen. The most powerful human force is the power of shared intention. It is a worldview, not a technology.
In this discussion, it is clear that there appeared to be suppression and a lack of promotion of extraordinary experiments conducted by Sir William Crookes and Sir Oliver Lodge. These important experiments demonstrated a relationship between scientific facts and the spiritual dimensions. Smith-Moncrieffe and Wadhams go further and also discuss the rich history of more contemporary scientists who conducted covert experiments in the area of consciousness while maintaining careers in criminology, philosophy, psychology, physics and other mainstream studies. It is clear that those who wanted to pursue parapsychology or consciousness studies in the university would be faced with potential ridicule, limited funding, an unstructured curricula, and lack of incentives.