17 Burst results for "Rupert Sheldrick"

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So when you do other guided meditation tools to help the emotional healing of the animal and the human what's another easy one? Because there's certain things that trouble people like when You mentioned the one when people leave the house in an animal gets all upset, and some people have you know, on YouTube. They've shown little films of what their animal does when they're not there and you see the animals standing at the window for two hours, and then you see the animal you know, going to all the places the human would be during the day. How is how is that part of I don't know what the right word is. But the assignment if it is that they've come to because a lot of animals, I think pretty lonely. Domestic animals. They spend a lot of time alone in apartments or crates or whatever, but they're not. They don't have a lot of companionship, except for the evenings and weekends. A lot of times. You know, I have a client that went through this when it was first time share alone by yourself and her dog. Ended up getting separation anxiety almost immediately after Jodie in law, everyone else in her life. It was just her. And yet for the first time, she had a camera on him nonstop and he was just winding it screaming, and all this stuff was new. And guess what? You know, it was really Jody. Projection of he was really lonely. You know, she herself was really lonely, and I always guided her almost immediately to Stop walking among the camera because it was just height. It was blowing her vibration, and she was starting to worry about him. He would get into fear and worry that he was lonely. She was thinking about getting another animal and everything. But soon she just started sending him love during the day and telling him that he was flying. And that telling him you didn't need anyone out and that they were going to heal this together. Immediately responded to that. She was still went home on her lunch hour, walked with him, but he started going to nap during the afternoon. Instead of pacing and barking at everything. He knew that he was so the distance, I think the important thing here that maybe we can spend a little time on is That the distant projection of your love and your care is received by the animal in the same way Distant healing is received by humans and Rupert Sheldrake spoke out. Dogs know when their owners are coming home. Dude, this beautiful study of all different kinds of animals showing that when a human decided that they were going to return home or that they've been on a long trip, a short trip or been at the office and going home. Thea Animal started preparing themselves at exactly the same moment that the human I had the thought. Absolutely. They get visuals connected energetically for them not to know what we're thinking and feeling it. So we're being anxious, just watching them. They're going to get more anxious. And the way that it works right, so it's no different than with an aware human. And I mean, I think the important thing here is that consciousness is an animal's air conscious and they're sent Ian and just like humans or Centeon, unconscious, we'll be right back. Our guest is Tammy Billups. You confined her in line a triple w dot sunday unsealing dot com. 2018 Really So healing with our animal companions. The hidden keys to a deeper animal Human connection of barren company release her upcoming book for this April in 2020 animal Soul contracts sacred agreements for shared.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:22 min | 6 months ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on KGO 810

"The hundredth monkey friends yes this is actually been talked about a lot by Rupert Sheldrake and others that once a certain number of people begin to master a skill or do something that that skill or knowledge propagate non locally in other words not through direct communication to people far away from the hundredth monkey effect and that has also been proven in consciousness studies so that's also why I wanted to see this movie if the really go along with that the five contact absolute people form teams that do that because what you're gonna see is that people who don't even know who we are it doesn't matter I don't care if anyone knows who I am they're going to have the same idea even if they've never heard of it directly because it is the propagation through the field of consciousness that unlocked and that was one of the reasons why your Michael Mazzola who who worked with me on that well one of the reasons we can make this film together is that he is bright enough to understand these concepts and wonderful as an editor and to put it together so it you know as as they say a project like this is the miracle collaboration and I want to give a shout out Michelman told her that because I feel like the ideas and concepts that I have a better life this hundredth monkey S. concept can be portrayed very cool well if you have the skill and that that's what collaboration is about and that's what Michael and I and the other people in the film tried to achieve the best we can this is not a multi million dollar a Hollywood production it's obviously a crowdfunded indie documentary but I think if you look at it you'll see it it it looks and has the quality of a multi million dollar documentary production but yeah we did we did the best we can with the funds that people donated by the way one I just wanna say that it on understand the film distributor which is the the biggest digital film distributor in the country they don't fund the production and they also don't on the get the word out the marketing of the PR we're all we're finding that that's why we still have the E. five film dot com up to a hundred percent of those costs are borne by us not the distributor and people don't know that so do we we want to get this word out it's going to be a mass movement backwards so that's why we're still asking people to help us with that because typically however much you spend on on a on a production you need to spend fifty to a hundred percent of that are more in getting the word out about it which of course we don't have but you know we can make up for it by people posting things on social media sort of you know the end of the hour the word out there and networking with other people and I want to ask people to help us with that and thank them for doing that now there is one thing you just brought up Michael Mazzola there's one thing that Michael said to me that is nearly unbelievable he's he said Jimmy we had terabytes of files that I looked at there was so much material there that's why we have the best of the best in this film but there's so much other great stuff that didn't make it into the film he said we could have made one two three four more documentaries with the great stuff that we didn't wake up with yeah I have in our archive I probably have a hundred two hour documentaries but you know the outlook I'm no spring chicken I'm only or you have to kind of what you're gonna do when you grow up right sixty four but I think that that he's correct you know you he is a hundred percent correct it is hundred horror a bite of stuff like that so and that was the hard thing is like cutting off one of my arms users some amazing things that didn't make it into the movie and at the same time you know it would overwhelm the public to see so much of it you know amber if we had an office and the staff one I want to say that people have these grandiose ideas my wife who is going to be seventy two this year and I work out of the corner of our living room we have no office no paid staff it's an all volunteer effort and that's how we've done the disclosure project all the documentary feed but it's all been a labor of love and so you know there's a lot we could do but you may have only do with what we have and we're trying to do the best we have with it but he's right by you and Michael Buble were told you that he was not embellishing or exaggerating at all it's down the amount of content of contacted that we've had over thirty years but also our teams all over the world that offend them all I know that we've only got a minute left and let me take that time here for you to tell us where is the best place for everybody first to go and watch the film and second how to reach out to you not only about their own experiences but about C. E. five group information very important doctor Greer yes I have some people who will help me the dinosaur that I am learn how to do you to live of that which I'd never done but now that we're in lockdown I go on the bachelor out how to do this so we're doing that on my YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash Dr Steven Greer fifty five D. R. with those not doctor spoke about the R. Steven Greer fifty five which is more and so we're gonna be doing those regularly and doing a meditation trainings and and all kinds of programs that people can can join us on those and you know it's open and free to anyone to do it the YouTube channel when we do those and they can contact up also at our website the closure dot com the movie right now is on but every purchase platform in the world but if they're lucky Canada you you can get you you can get it on I tunes and then DO as you get off their meal in India but not iTunes so you have to look what you're sticking with the distributor put it everywhere they can including Amazon not not the premium prime site but the where you're actually going by movie so it and then in about nine or ten days it'll be all over the world so you're off the bike you can rent it and we're trying to see if their sons remain entities that at some point may want to have it on but that we don't know about that yes those are the course this is not my will house this is the ten ninety one the distributors working all that on our behalf thank you so much Dr Greer doctor Steven Greer the film of course is close encounters of the fifth time we're gonna take a quick break I miss Jimmy church this is coast to coast AM.

Rupert Sheldrake
"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"There the hundred monkeys principle I'm wondering if the doctor has heard of that and if that's kind of the hard work to say I think the number one hundred and as he H. the hundredth monkey friends yes this is actually been talked about a lot by Rupert Sheldrake and others that once a certain number of people begin to master a skill or do something that that kill our knowledge propagate non locally in other words not through direct communication to people far away from the hundredth monkey effect and that has also been proven in consciousness studies so that's also why I wanted to see this movie if the really go along with it E. five contact absolute people form teams that do that because what you're gonna see is that people who don't even know who we are it doesn't matter I don't care if anyone knows who I am they're going to start having the same idea even if they've never heard of it directly because it is the propagation through the field of consciousness that unlocked and that was one of the reasons why your Michael Mazzola who who worked with me on that well one of the reasons we can make this film together is that he is wide enough to understand these concepts and wonderful as an editor and to put it together so it you know as as they say a project like this is the miracle collaboration and I want to give a shout out Michelman told her that because I feel like the ideas and concepts that I have that are white this hundredth monkey S. concept can be portrayed very cool well if you have the skill and that therefore collaboration is about and that's what Michael and I and the other people in the film try to achieve did the best we can it is about a multi million dollar a Hollywood production it's obviously a crowdfunded indie documentary but I think if you look at it you'll see it it it looks and has the quality of a multi million dollar documentary production but you know we did we did the best we can with the problems that people donated by the way one I just wanna say that it on understand the film distributor which is the the biggest digital film distributor in the country they don't fund the production and they also don't on the get the word out the marketing of the PR we're all we're finding that that's why we still have the G. five film dot com up that is a hundred percent of those costs are borne by us not the distributor and people don't know that so do we we want to get this word out it's going to be a mass movement backwards so that's why we're still asking for people to help us with that because typically however much you spend on on a on a production you need to spend fifty to a hundred percent of that or more and getting the word out about it which of course we don't have but you know we can make up for it by people posting things on social media sort of you know the the end of the hour the word out there and networking with other people and I want to ask people to help us with that and thank them for doing that now there is one thing you just brought up Michael Mazzola there's one thing that Michael said to me that is nearly unbelievable he's he said Jimmy we had terabytes of files that I looked at there was so much material there that's why we have the best of the best in this film but there's so much other great stuff that didn't make it into the film he said we could have made one two three four more documentaries with their great stuff that we didn't wake up with yeah I have in our archive I probably have a hundred two hour documentaries but you know the outlook I'm no spring chicken I'm only or you have to kind of get what you're gonna do when you grow up right sixty four but I think that that is correct you know you he is a hundred percent correct it is hundred terabytes of stuff like that so and that was the hard thing is like cutting off one of my arms users some amazing things that didn't make it into the movie and at the same time you know it would overwhelm the public to see so much of it you know remember if we had an office and the staff one I want to say that people have these grandiose ideas my wife who is going to be seventy two this year and I work out of the corner of our living room we have no office no paid staff it's an all volunteer effort and that's how we've done the disclosure project all the documentary feed but it's all been a labor of love and so you know there's a lot we could do but if we can only do with what we have and we're trying to do the best we have with it but he's right by one Michael Mazzola told you that he was not embellishing or exaggerating at all it's different down the amount of content of contacted that we've had over thirty years but also our teams all over the world but if an imperial I know that we've only got a minute left and let me take that time here for you to tell us where is the best place for everybody first to go and watch the film and second how to reach out to you not only about their own experiences but about C. E. five group information very important Dr ger yes I have some people who have helped me the dinosaur that I am learn how to do you to live of that which I'd never done but now that we're in lockdown at the well on the pressure on how to do that so we're doing that on my YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash Dr Steven Greer fifty five D. R. with those not doctor stuff out the R. Steven Greer a fifty five which is more and so we're gonna be doing those regularly and doing a meditation trainings and and all kinds of programs the people can can join us on those and you know it's open and free to anyone to do it the YouTube channel when we do those and they can contact up also at our website the closure dot com the movie right now is on every purchase platform in the world but it's different yeah like you Canada you you can get you you can get it on iTunes and vimeo get all India and India but not iTunes so you have to look what you're sticking with the distributor hundred everywhere they can including Amazon not not the Iranian prime site but the where you're actually going by movies the so and then in about nine or ten days it'll be all over the world so you're off the bike you can rent it and we're trying to see if there's some remain entities that at some point they want to have it on but that we don't know about that yet those are the course this is not my wheel house the ten ninety one the distributors working all that on our behalf thank you so much Dr Greer doctor Steven Greer the film of course is close encounters of the fifth time we're gonna take a quick break I miss Jimmy church this.

Rupert Sheldrake
"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"Can help liberate the fear of dying. So they can use Nazi-era Putian craves increasing sex programs on this and for piteous end depression there. They can be fantastic exactly the for those kinds of things that that does not quite a lot of research on that in any fact, catch Amina analog was recently approved last week for use in depression as the fest new cross enter depressions for decades. So. That that does that end does all said the evidence for people's ain't experienced that for many people is opening just virtual realm, Sutton wells to me, and I know many people who have been the case. And then of course, is the brain skims shave rates of the brainer affected. And so so I know gearing scientific said good for everybody over again dangers as I am ongoing. They can be an in modern world, so people especially people roll talking materialistic secular world, they can be very important rice passage which apron, then nines to the fact that mine's the Moroccan than NB mentioned league. Then I have a chapter on posting. By which I mean, not having food some forms of hosting both like Muslims in Canada, not having drink either during daylight, but the kind I'm more interested in just food gang without through today's. Something I do myself every yet. Unaccept-?.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"But when the communist empire fell how many people really believed in it. I it was some did the minority but sending out most people. I think is like that in science. Most scientists keep quote in public because they're afraid of being attacked, but in private, you know, friends and family in the evening. Our Lonzo to line most of them pathogen propensity, these things happen to them. You may not have this experience the whole time in if I discuss these in the seminar room in university, people keep very clutch is country embarrassed sides, but in this reception afterwards, if I stay for dinner the compensation livens up and people start attending these amazing stories at dogs and cats are inexperience pre cognitive dreams. It's. People token public. They know spread token private, but you seems the people who are afraid of people who built a whole identity while view on a dogmatic. Materialistic basis, and those people usually militias Esiason the created that self identities being against reduction Lawson next year attack religion in searchable topics as often the time. They think that they can be against religion because they've got better world view on that says, well, this is rubbish. And that will do is on his materialism for them that hold identity that whole well view depends on this belief and dead ones who the nice threatened by as I say, I think that actually minority even professional son's name Molin twenty cent in on Saturdays in Britain, genuine fronts recently of believers in that acu, stick well view and of that twenty five percent, a new minority actually minister tastiest in something quite nuke womb. Believers Joseph lip-service, scratched the surface again reading believe it deep fried. Do you think that atheism is on the decline right now, I think is on the increase in the sense that schools and the? Whole educational system. At least in Britain is largely ICS stick at if children gave school with come from religious family, the whole country the school is one of the terroristic atheism s the condensate can wrist well view. So this is still being. Communicated to large numbers of young people is the default, while view, any education presi says this massive confession to this point of view getting on through the educational system. I think in among people who think about these things rather new passably absolves them on. I think is much more guts about medicine tastiest impacted because listen tastiest nightmare should dolphins. I think have ruled the whole movement into disrepute through being obviously dogmatic in bigoted engine straightened and a narrow minded and partly because through the grace on secular foams strange fantasy meditation yoga psychedelic experiences and others which I discussed in my recent books on she spiritual practices and ways to get arms. Why they were just know enormous number of people taken conscience Fitch will cranks which convinced. Knelt through logical arguments that soup passively stains that the something mole in our in consciousness with positive at Maldon human consciousness will many forms of consciousness in the moment union. And so I think increasing them superior. People realizing that so I think we go to movements getting on the leading edges of thought, I think atheism snoozing it appeared. So that data is thread bad. It's not very attractive it other things. Much more exciting and interesting, but the kind of mass market level is probably still gaining crime because of the enormous inertia built into the educational system net. One would ever hear of any of these ideas alternative surnames, we've been discussing in any normal school university anywhere in Europe or America or indeed in rural India it. It's not on the curriculum is not possible. The educational the dogmatic sketch make sure that these things are rigorously excluded from the educational again data..

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"They came in unfamiliar vehicles. Arms all smells. And the dog still knew they were coming home. The film of one of these experiments on my website. I published off takers on Nashes. Well catch storage in quite a number of other animals. The main humans known nice, look, I saw the communist human slant phenomenon ges telephone jalousie, you think of someone who than Kohl's us as financial thing about you than eighty percent people have had that experience. I guess a you'll familiar with it yourself. So the conventional byu for hundred years to cycle skeptics have said, oh, well, it's kind of instance, you think of people time and then occasionally one is in rings out new Maginness to episode, but you don't forget all the time so wrong, not that's a hypothesis. It's fine as hypothesis, but in signs, you need evidence as hypothesis Renai honesty's skeptics who go say used to hearing this arguments, it will whereas the evidence to this. How much do people think about other people how many times they forget insatiable? We'll have a recession being done. It's just thank you. Armchair. So in my experiments to test that hypothesis we have full colours in the basic experiment people. Tell us the names of full people. They knew well, they might be ten offensive with this. If it landline, so no quarter ID films. We pick one of the full colours randoms by a random number generator or throw the dice recall that Nelson cola friend, and they think about informational. So then they call them when the phone rings guess, which is full peekers on the line. I think is John they pick up the phone. Hi, John a rightful their own if they were just guessing if it wells Jones care incidences the kick say they'd be right? Twenty five percents of the time on average in these experiments with hundreds of trials that right about full CI cuts time submissive -nificant statistic. So we've done this is not being replicated is publishing pair of your journals as being replicated universities Amsterdam in Freiburg in Germany. And I many creep experience. So I think this is a a I not who've been online by ten of fame tests that you can do with two other people. It's as simple as automated test anyways in Britain initially amendment, but anyone who lives in Britain. You can try it for themselves. It's free. It's fun to other people. So I think this phenomenon these these psychics the saints being stead at psychic dogs and cats incredibly common..

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"So the longtime saying is that the images where seeing around us every time we look at unit saying or actually projected to where they are in this mental feels that the conventional is like comes in changes Russian object knives rain, and then somehow always images appear inside the head like a conduit street on national folk come chill reality display inside the brain. But Nunes have seen a display that inside a brain show snags of face conventional science. That's what's happening. I think in fact, we're projecting the knowledge, and this isn't not my theories very old Syrian Euclid in century BC explained how Mira's wet like this. When you look at something Amirah. You'll delights bent by merit comes into your eye. That you reject up what you'll see in because that travel. It's in mind is not physical in the normal sense. It goes straight through the Mira. So you see things behind the Mira. You'll see him every time. You look in the mirror is you'll mental projections. Normative this name there that he projections coincide with the object. You're looking at you sit them they all yet the image as separate. But normally that can get inside and because on minds project, touch and recharging touch what we're looking at. That's why I think this comes testable if I look it's another person from behind they get now. Can they feel me looking at them the soon as you understand realize this well-named phenomenon the sense of being stand at? I've done lots of experiments on this showing people syncing this way beyond trends and other people don't experiment showing to even western classic television surprising enough. It doesn't even have direct look at that s Nick can that image. As indeed it comes through images in Mira's, people can tell that being upset through narrow. So that's one line of research done other people down this not a lot of evidence that essentially being stead at Israel, and for most people, this is completely acceptable. People know, it's real savings Molin more than ninety percents population. Experienced it is believed in around the well animals can feed it we can feel gays of animals at I think this has been ac- evolved originally in the context of predator prey relations apprai- animal that could tell a creditor hidden prejudice. It was looking at it will survive vegetables on the couldn't a friend of mine was involved in the invest he was a private investigator. I think it was one of those sort of job titles and one of the things he told me was that. They would train you not to look at the person you're following because they detect it. Exactly the same from private detectives. If you look at the person who following they feel your gaze. They tend run me Orion. You'll covers Bledsoe crisis you bitch. Otherwise, you news look at that siege. And. Among practical people who knew people involved in surveillance industry and indeed in mush lumps. It's taken for granted. This Israel Moshe lots. You can actually train your vintage feel when you're being looked from behind because is useful. So that's one hoc constant psychic. No, China discuss in my boat since being scanned at and in many Arab, you papers, which are they on my website in the other main wanna go tensions to that Pathy, which is taking up feelings or intentions at a distance. And when I started this work, I got interested because I thought Memphis sexual group linked through a multi field, which I think they are then they might be able to pick up each other's needs intentions enter distance. And so I thought what if this is true, it should be true animals, not people? And so I started my research with dogs and cats an Irish book go dogs that name in their industry coming home. Summarizing this research at many dogs new in their insa coming home again racial store Arinda long before the customer arrives. And I did experience filming the dogs. So we knew exactly what they did. I had people go at least eight can reaches away. They came random times they didn't own advance. We told them by megaphone..

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"Is becoming prohibitively expensive everywhere in the world alternative, therapists on the whole much Chica, and sooner or later, I think that the dogmatic insistence of governments insurance companies that any mechanistic medicine as founded is bound rate on it's already breaking down injured in China. Well, government favoring traditional medical systems as well as western medical. Praxis? But really in the end the change in paradigm depends on Sunday at right now this son tests, I would say majority of don't believe in maintenance dignitaries mobile, and it's not as if they're all convinced mechanistic materialist I worked in India for seven years, and I didn't I came cross about two three Indian scientists onto the thousands. I met who will convince nakedness state materialists Olusola rest went along with this. When they work in soon as they got home in the evening, turn back into being fairly conventional induce or this. You'll see slow James none really believed and majority of scientists in weld non-western narration. Even within the west recent survey in Britain, Germany, France, should at least off the scientific hoping nation in engineering sons in Mitzi have a religious spiritual perspective rather than being non or anti religious, many of them are interested in holistic medicine exploration of consciousness psychedelics at center, but they can't do research on these things in most places because this new company know, if it was suddenly a fund of a billion dollars for a holistic onto does lots of scientists you'd like to do it. But right now, the funding is controlled both by either by governments with conventional committees all by drunk companies and other corporations and private funding to do independent research as benefit though. I mean, I've been funded private Dicks that she is. But it's very small in relation to the Hoda sons. So I think a change in funding would be unease Iranian potent today because most scientists depend on jobs in the post since was freer in the nineteenth century most scientists would not funded by government so companies they've funded private Tate. Charles Domin from some wasn't wealthy on the two. Scientist didn't have a government job. Didn't have a government. Grunt he had no democ post, and he was free to do. He won't because he didn't depend on committees hunting multi could do you just did it nowadays, the great majority who scientists do depend on Senator is and and committees, and that makes them much more conservative. So fundings definitely be conscious of changing the present paradigm as far as changing individual minds. What role? Do you think psychedelics might play? I think psychedelics have been enormous road in changing. Individual minds. I mean, they did they changed mine when I took an ST in seventy I think seventy Ron member. I was a mechanistic materialist and commission days and sold the consciousness is nothing. But the rain. My name rain mind. Saw rain Stu I believed in that standard slogan. Under coast taking in the in a sense reinforce, scientists chemical defects rain chemistry, but the actually experience it was so far beyond experience in told about land either from traditional religion in my childhood all through my son's education. I is consciousness was Bosley greater realm of potentially experience, and I sold in fool or imagine before a net may be interested in exploring consciousness through consciousness. That's the anyway, your Kennex storage unidentified interest in meditation and spiritual practices. I think it's interesting that the recent Brooklyn addicts by Michael, Colin how to change your mind is actually cold that how to change your mind who's a best seller in Britain in America. A number one New York Times past son of his two weeks. Michael Palin says he started his inquiry and the terrorists and the nicest thinking minds nothing, but rain ends up saying, I guess I'm still some kind of materialist and atheist, but I completely changed. My view consciousness. I not see it as much more widely distributed in nature, not just confined to human heads. It moves him towards a pen, psych, his view and more animalistic view of nature. The I goes much more mind Okon shenice out there in the natural world. Now, it's not just a country bubble insulation inside human. I know that people who who are kind of skeptical of consciousness existing outside of the. Wind in hearing. These ideas might ask well, what is lost in death?.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on WLAC

"Guard go i see a yellow eyed serpent and in though epr geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more talk radio fifteen ten wola z okay welcome back to coast to coast david j brown holds a master's degree in the cycle biology from new york university and was responsible for the californiabased research and to two of the british biologists rupert sheldrakes books on the unexplained phenomena in science dogs that no when their owners are coming home and the sense of being stared at brown science articles and numerous interviews and cultural icons have appeared and lots of magazines including wired discover scientific american and he was the senior editor of the bulletins of the multidisciplinary association for the psychedelic studies for five years up until two thousand twelve and harry is back on coast to coast with his book dreaming wide awake wake hey dave at welcome back it's great to be here thanks to thanks so much for that wonderful introduction of this uh this this work of soldier a g about the sense of being stared at that is so true isn't it it really is i think almost everybody had had some experience where they can relate to that almost everybody has had experiences where they're sitting in a room when they stare at the back of someone had to kind of casually and then see the person just suddenly turnaround in meat there i am very common experience and it we sheldrakes really brilliant idea to really it's this scientifically and there is now a tremendous amount of scientific data to back this up so it really seems like a very real phenomena that most scientists on just stirs still to this day or discounting these it the steering that makes that person turnaround or is that person behind them sending some kind of vibe that guys brain it seems that the person who was actually steering is the one who is actually creating at because with the way they run the experiments is the heck we'll wildfires have somebody burned blindfolded millions of acres stare across at the the back country of their head each year somebody else stairs and at each the back year of their head wildland and they take firefighters a number of trial battled see to ten contain trials them but were they they'll can't be a do independent it alone clicking for some and communities.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And these churches i have been i suppose i suppose i should add a long time ago to services of these churches and in canada ally cia they so the well they might be psychedelic churches i'm fascinated what a good murals in them when i know that dayton dairy they not they didn't have buildings i mean they will he say mary purdue in brazil but this is resulted in the room where they rent rooms and hangs so while there in the to die may manual dressed in why shouldn't onesided room women on the other and used it started to my surprise everyone reciting the our father in the hail mary and and and then this account of communion where you will go up one after another and drink from this chalice of i was go all right and then the whole group is traveling together in the person leading it says you this isn't just personal tripping we're all in this together with traveling like in a boat together and this periods when you sing together extraordinarily beautiful songs and then periods fan on sits in silence and has kind of visionary experiences in my case of first tired it higher suit zooming out of the us into the cosmos through the stars i'm reserves staunching experience and then you come back nauseam another song songnan and urges countries very strong since who group solidarity but i don't see that that is is uh now i see that it is perfectly compatible with lots of other religious ari fg sat round avenue cream taye as as much more radical may i went to the church rupa in.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"We wanna dole and everything and i've counted mystical experience and i later came to know that stand groff and other people described as kind of deaths and rebirth experienced light that going up through the darkness to lie to his like being born from the womb coming out through the birth canal into the lighters count like a bustle rebirth experience so for me it was a kind of transformative moment of a whole new way of understanding consciousness my connection with the greater consciousness yes the very idea that once conscious experience can be chemically altered that once perceptions are not to reach it from me is it demonstrates the plastic city of reality and our relationship with reality tears mckenna were one of the things that fascinates me about him is their conclusions he draws from these experiences with regard to the way that powell operates the control of substances of this nature and means of peasants in recovery from drugs you know i didn't take drugs not taken drugs for a long time but what i what i personally inchoo it is that there are so many vested interests this in keeping by people behaving in an all leave mana and if you have access to mysticism one tends towards challenging structures in light we said at the beginning of out interview rupert looking at frameworks and asking simply why why does my life have to exist within this framework why must i behave in this way why is this convention being observed i think it's interesting and i were when you what you said about revolutions earlier in the necessity for to challenge the idea of got because of why that god was operate in empower structures prior to the two revolutions that you mentioned used to underwrite as power structures i can see the necessity for challenging hegemony in that form.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"I am would short too much about since most to mr illegal but i'm sure we talk about how you've never taken zaka delic now isn't legal and rare earth day but say why i'm very interested in tears mckenna and you were friends with parents mckenna when you i in fact i've heard him talk about you and you oh yeah yet and stuff we were great friends and in fact we had with our friend ralph abraham who's a kale's theory mathematician at the university of california we had about forty of 50's three way trialogues and we produce two books together and there's about twenty or thirty these trialogues are on my website in streaming audio suit twenty years nearly we met every year we spent several days just talking to each other because that's what we must enjoy doing and one of the things we were interests in was indeed psychogenic some one is turns had many interests psychedelic delic's is what his best known for but he had an extraordinarily wideranging mind and who's also incredibly funny um well for me i'm just shoot i suppose who's a long time ago untuk budget for me a great revelation was in about 1971 when i took steve for the first time and everything i had been told about the nature of minds i studied the stuff at cambridge's an undergraduate in a nerve impulses niro transmitters um hormones affecting sancturies sexual characteristics all that country inc suddenly in the immediacy and incredible power if this visionary experience but i just felt some here very very important to just being left out from this world few so for me it really was what the term means psychedelic means psyche revealing mind revealing it revealed a row hull realms of mind that i had new experience off before noon a told me about and opened up an interest in the nature of consciousness suit for me it was a transformative experience view experienced during this period long time guy that was so transformative describe it please.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"If you have a couch where you destroy the old priesthood and where science reason and progressively or ideology and every government now being converted to it economic progress through science and technology every gunman in the world is a dominant paradigm then who is the priest to this new culture obviously the scientists and tear trucks lee wanted the scientists to become a kind of priestly caused professional scientists who would then be the go to people for governments and in many countries separation between church and state but in no country is the separation between science and state so i would say the power base of science is much more state than than corporations they've come long later what is that gospel well the gospel lose ayers will save the well true science and technology you know where the savior of humanity mmhmm um religions of screwed his shot people just fight each other but we come along and will cure diseases reduce infant mortality provide abundant consumer goods and a prolong life and many of these promises have come true of troll is not just ideology it's a very powerful matchless hereon cold what is no empirical whilst not imperatives the metaphysical belief system that nature's totally mechanical the jews all unconscious the laws of fixed all these in my book signs delusion i have these ten dogmas of signs of memories of stored in the brain that's another one they believed that because that metairie lewis everything must be matter so all amendments must be inside on head jean some why a memory must have a material component it must on some level be measurable exactly and therefore when you die.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Physicist say no no no you'll misinterpreting mason you'll drawing conclusions the erroneous but what does it tell us who vows paint to serve quick to the league paul now ram you know out chariots of fire install blast in out the silver trumpets and proclaiming remote well i i think the main most important thing about quantum theory is it tells us that nature is probably the strict it there's there's no rigid determinism you can't predict things exactly and does the kind of inherent freedom right even at the the most fundamental pie in the most fundamental particles of matter i think the stubborn freedom yes and demean that the just because the behavior of potholes in wife's apparently altering on probation under armed of i should know that there if if you measure take a single photon going through a double slit for example you can't predict which way where's lindop which bitter the film as you'll filming with little land on too you sent thousands of single photons one after another you get a kind of average patten which use like a wave patten sir it follows a kind of probability distribution but you can't predict any individual one if you've got a radioactive uranium achham you you can say what his halflife fleischer's we've got millions of them by how many years will be before half of them if decayed but this individual decay in a million years or in the next second well there's nothing that enables you to say that so there's an inherent freedom at the very foundation of matter and what kale theory who sharon is that even bigger things like the weather systems have a kind of inherent in determining and more freedom in the same truth way the nerve cells in our brain work many of them are on a knifeedge go one way or another so all through nature's this kind of indeterminate som.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And many people who were a serious won't you'd materialised sons to back up their views because it meant they could reject organized religion particularly christianity in favor of other ideologies so it was a necessary tool in challenging hegemony that religion at the idea of gotten man's relationship with god was tied up in power structures they power structures were corrupt and oppressive needed together fronin the in saying the french revolution on the russian revolution were bad things necessary by unnecessary revolutions but in order to underwrite those revolutions you hat to attack the idea of god which was the main stay of the hedge mineo this of the basis of that power alley you mentioned this idea within biology of vital ism that in a in a hundred years ago in biology that the idea that there was s over super mechanical component and ellemann the couldn't be tracked was present i'm learning much about vahdet philosophy where they took about the idea of braman prawna atma the idea that there are essential non mechanical energies now is this what what these these connected to your idea of more fake resonance how does it relate sweet when you talk about will what do you mean by mosaic resonance what do you mean by non mechanical energy even i wasn't you set that it was me well morfitt residents is the idea is the kind of memory in nature you see contemporary precence one of the dogmas which was established in the 17th century of the scientific revolution is the ideas at nature's governed by fixed laws and the idea was in the 17th century god is the maker and ruler of the universe and god is a tunnels so god's laws return oil and then uh the idea was that everything in nature had follow these laws khostgardez omnipotent sir god was the universal law enforcement agency that was the metaphor this um so uh it was a theological conception and they didn't have the idea of evolution then.

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"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Going nowhere evolution is just match replying turns those new god out there a new spirit hunt though this new creativity out there is it's just chance um and that because they believe our minds nothing our brains then anything that suggests the mind extends phases in the brain must be pseudoscientific so for example i've done a lot of research on telepathy where people and indeed dogs siro hoboken dog to an animal telepathy called dogs that new in their own is coming home based on evidence that dogs can tell when they're in his coming home millions of people that had this experience i've done experiments and sure enough at you some dogs really can know when people come at random times in unfamiliar vehicles mmhmm and we film it all we have all this objective evidence but the very the ferry fainted i am suggesting telepathy might be real is something that provokes this kind of hysterical response that it must be whoo shooters turns because my opponents believe it's impossible so they detonate in each look at the evidence they think it's impossible therefore this stuff must be pheko fair neil fraudulent and what measures not from the position that these things seem to happen millions of people with dogs of nature said dogs cats pickup assaults millions of people have had the experience of sinking of some who then rings on the phone telephoned telepathy madonna experiments to show it's not just chance is not just guessing so anyway these'red like about savings at let's say hey because you know let listen me i'm all about god and consciousness and changing the world and a muddled expands bo matir listen these were my particular fast nation lies but wouldn't they say that those firstly those examples about in a cats and dogs they seem so if somehow humdrum in every die they seem anecdotal and w i'm wouldn they say a members of the mainstream scientific community now we've done tests around that it's down to random chance don't don't know when they are owners a common i'm we've condemning straight leasing scientific laboratory conditions doubleblind testing essential wouldn't isn't that while they would say no no they don't say that.

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rupert sheldrake" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Because i mean trade very interested in spirituality i'm very interested in science but other than what you've already said about challenging frameworks he's where my particular academic interest lies another as much about convention i've half the line of course undo that most people on very interested in pushing frontiers and boundaries but like that l the some of the criticism iit as it like the what you are accused of his like pseudoscience and stuff is not backed up by proper evidence and i thought that if we hide new grassy tyson on and i hope we d one day all when i've had people i had on us of a at the head of philosophy wants from oxford he's like a christian theologian and it's interesting isn't it because once you're dealing with mysticism which christianity in a must be refer to as too to a degree that they declined if there is a high rock k and this hedge many within nice those why argue controversial what is it the of upset that makes people think of you is a phrase absolutely heightened them sometimes of anyway woo woo fruit fruit bind ted took you've got bans ted talks sadly cloud which i think is somewhat admirable tell me like what you'll detractors site of the mind well i i have to say why they think it's heretical in what i enduring fundamentally is challenging the materialised model of reality which science his based on has been for more than one hundred years which is the doctrine that all matches unconscious the whole universe who's made of unconscious matter which send eaves the problem how come we are conscious and that's called the hunt problem the most scientists assume the consciousness exist indian human brains and possibly in animal brains to uh in his liberal one may be as far down as winds or something but any ritual iranian brains and the rest of the universe is unconscious purposeless.

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