AN EMERGING VISION OF THE MYSTERIES OF CONSCIOUSNESS
December 2005 – February 2006
Articles in this Magazine
EMBRACING THE IMMATERIAL UNIVERSE
by Bruce H. Lipton
Leading-edge research is challenging the fundamental assumptions that drive conventional science. The result: a new noetic science that is integrative and holistic.
WE ARE ALL SAVANTS
by Diane Powell
Savant abilities have defied traditional explanations. Medical clinician Powell suggests the answers lie in parapsychology and the nonlocal mind.
NEUROETHICS: A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED
by Martha J. Farah
What if there is no ghost in the machine?
WHY THE BLEEP?
by Trish Riley
Change your attitude, change your world. While the science is intriguing, it’s this simple message that has made the Bleep movie an international phenomenon.
CONTEMPLATIVE MIND, HARD SCIENCE
by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
In this tantalizing excerpt from his new book, the Dalai Lama suggests that Western science will never understand consciousness without some help from an ancient tradition.
NATIVE WISDOM IN A QUANTUM WORLD
by Glenn Aparicio Parry
Quantum theory reveals what many indigenous cultures have always known: Everything exists in dynamic flux-everything vibrates-and everything is in relation to everything else.
ROMANCING THE COSMOS
by Richard Tarnas
In his first book since The Passion of the Western Mind, Tarnas writes that the universe will yield her secrets only to those who approach her with respect and love.