Morphic Resonance, Memory and the Habits of Nature

November 22, 2023 (PST)

Embark on an illuminating journey through Rupert Sheldrake’s groundbreaking hypothesis of morphic resonance in this 8-part video series, his deepest dive yet on the topic. Rupert proposes that memory is inherent in nature and evolves through habits rather than fixed laws, working from the past to the present and into the future. In this seminar, he will outline the scientific basis of his hypothesis and explain how it impacts biological inheritance, personal and collective memory, instincts, and the development of both living and non-living self-organizing systems, from crystals to societies.

Learn how morphic resonance fosters a fresh perspective on rituals, mantras, festivals, and pilgrimages. Uncover its role in family constellation therapy and its impact on learning. See how our own lives, like the evolutionary process itself, depend on an interplay between habits and creativity. Join Rupert on this enlightening journey as he unravels the enigma of morphic resonance, a theory that could forever change the way we perceive reality.

There will be a live online Q&A session for participants in this course on November 22, 2023. Participants will be notified of the details nearer the time.

Morphic Resonance, Memory and the Habits of Nature
Live online Q&A session on November 22, 2023
Recordings Available Now

This course is produced by Rupert Sheldrake. Please visit their event page for more information!





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