Perception depends not only on signals from our surround but the way we process those signals through our core stories about our world. Secular societies gave science the mandate to tell us how to perceive nature— who we are in what kind of world. But the story science gave us has landed us in a heap of crises that seem insurmountable! Fortunately, science itself is changing its stories about the nature of perception and its (far more inclusive) perception of nature in ways that give us hope not only for solving those crises, but for co-creating the world we really want, the world that works well for all life.
The Path: Beyond the Physical, the second documentary by producer April Hannah and Michael Habernig (the first in this series is entitled The Path: Afterlife), was screened in Atlanta at Unity North Church June 23rd, 2013 to an enthusiastic and diverse audience.
The holographic model allows us to conceptualize phenomena that have remained on the fringes of science — synchronicities, psychic experiences, UFOs, poltergeists, spiritual experiences, states of higher consciousness.
In part one of this two part program Michael Talbot discusses the holographic model of brain functioning and the “implicate order” model of quantum physics. He proposes that these two models combined explain many unsolved mysteries in both brain functioning (such as memory and vision) and quantum physics (such as the problem of hidden variables and quantum interconnectedness).
Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance, yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner. The concept of synchronicity was first described in this terminology by Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s. Continue reading →
In this informal interview in Atlanta June 8, 2012, Tom Campbell, author of My Big TOE, expands on the significance of the scientific experiment called the Double Slit in terms everyone can understand.
” If you understand the Double Slit experiment, you understand how our reality works”.
He continues ” Everything we do is not different from the Double Slit experiment”. Continue reading →
Love and science do go together as Tom so eloquently demonstrates in his presentation “Becoming Love” to an appreciative audience in Atlanta.
Tom was the invited guest of the Unity North spiritual community in Atlanta where he delivered one of his most charismatic presentations of his work from his books My Big TOE to a delighted live audience and listeners around the world.