Metaphysics and Modern Science (#H215)
Contemporary science is engaging in a process of integrating human consciousness into its body of knowledge. As an example of this new direction, Dr. Harman summarizes research into the conscious survival of the death of the body. He points to several lines of evidence suggesting a need for a larger understanding of consciousness.
Willis Harman, Ph.D., was President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He is author of Global Mind Change, An Incomplete Guide to the Future and Higher Creativity.
Global Mind-Changes (#S090)
There is a new global emphasis on the inner life of the mind. Willis Harman, Ph.D., suggests that a new set of values, emerging spontaneously in many social strata and in different parts of the world, is having an impact in the world of business and corporate training.
Science and Religion (#S114)
While conventional religion and science are often in conflict, says Willis Harman, Ph.D., there is a growing convergence between non-reductionistic science and internally oriented religious traditions. Dr. Harman points out that this movement reflects an important new area of public interest.
|"Science is all about cause. Now, if really everything is connected to everything, if there really is only a oneness, everything then affects everything, and the whole idea of causality has to be revised."|