THE SCIENCE OF FIELDS
December 2004 – February 2005
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by Dean Radin
How soon will the paranormal be normal? IONS Senior Scientist Dean Radin exposes a restlessness brewing in science and society as the theory of quantum entanglement points to minds connected across space and time.
THE RESONANT HEART
by Rollin McCraty, Raymond Trevor Bradley, Dana Tomasino
More than just a simple organ, the heart is a powerful regulator of our body systems . . . and our social relationships. By cultivating positive emotions and increasing the sensitivity of our hearts, we deepen our connections within our social and individual bodies.
THE FLAME OF LIFE
by Beverly Rubik
The emerging science of biofields provides a complement and a challenge to standard approaches of modern Western medicine. Beverly Rubik offers a succinct overview of vital approaches to healing, and provides a bigger picture of what biological life is.
THE UNSOLVED MYSTERY OF HEALING
by Larry Dossey
Are fields adequate for explaining every kind of healing? Larry Dossey poses this intriguing question as he brings the concept of nonlocality into our discussion about fields.
FIELDS OF FORM
by Rupert Sheldrake
The hypothesis of morphic fields continues to be a fascinating and controversial theory of how organization occurs in the natural world. Sheldrake’s theory touches on a wide variety of phenomena, from the formation of crystals to the behavior of human minds.
by Betsy MacGregor, Chris Bache, Robert Gass
What is the feeling of the field? A physician, a teacher, and a musician share first-person perspectives on experiencing the power of fields.