Peter Russell’s contemporaries have lauded him as “one of the finest minds of our time“ and an “eco-philosopher extraordinaire. “ He is the bestselling author of ten books (including The Global Brain, Waking up in Time, and, most recently, From Science to God), and his video The Global Brain won international acclaim. His work integrates Eastern and Western understandings of the mind, exploring their relevance to the world today and to humanity’s future.
Peter believes that our critical challenge is to free human thinking from the limited beliefs and attitudes that lie behind so many of our problems—personal, social, and global. His intent is to distill the essential wisdom on human consciousness found in the world’s various spiritual traditions, and to disseminate their teachings on self-liberation in contemporary and compelling ways.
Shifting Perspectives: Recent essays that reflect changing worldviews - personal and collective. 
Science and Consciousness: Essays on the problem science has with consciousness and some pathways through the challenge. 
Earth and Environment: Various pieces focusing primarily on the psychological (spiritual) challenges inherent in the global crisis.
Passing Thoughts: A collection of short pieces and musings I wrote in the eighties, which appeared in a small book of the same name (no longer available). 
The Weaver: A series of short essays on consciounsess that I wrote for an early (1995) web zine, The Weaver. 
Letting Go: Some early pieces on a theme that will soon be considerably expanded. 
Mind Maps: What they are, how to do them, advantages, uses and software.