THE LIVING UNIVERSE
June – August 2006
Articles in this Magazine
by Gary E. Schwartz
Is the belief in God something only to be accepted on faith? In his new book, Schwartz suggests that some kind of grand organizing principle is revealing itself in physics, statistics, computer science, and even parapsychology.
by Robert J. Gilbert
There are archetypal patterns behind every material thing in the universe. A new holistic science that understands those patterns will help us resolve some of our most pressing environmental and social problems.
EXPLORING A SENTIENT WORLD
by Franci Prowse with Cleve Backster
When The Secret Life of Plants was first published in 1973, readers were astounded to read that a flower had consciousness and reacted to its surroundings. Plants were only the beginning.
SEEING WHERE WE ARE
by Laura Sewall
In this lyrical paean to vision and perception, Sewall invites readers to open their eyes to the sensuous richness of the world around them.
FAITH, SCIENCE, AND LIFE: TOWARD A COHERENT COSMOLOGY
by Rabbi Kevin Lind
The story we tell ourselves about the origins of the universe determines to a great extent the purpose and meaning of our lives.
OUR ETHNOSPHERE AT RISK
by Wade Davis
The renowned National Geographic Society explorer warns us that in losing the diversity of the world’s cultures and languages, we limit our global evolutionary potential.
SEVEN REASONS WHY I REMAIN AN OPTIMIST
by Elisabet Sahtouris
Yes, we live in precarious times, but it doesn’t keep this pioneering biologist-visionary from seeing a future of thriving species and cooperative societies, with nature leading the way.