Sheldrake proposes that each morphic unit has its own morphogenetic field, and these fields affect morphic units through morphic resonance
across time and space.
It is an area that I am incredibly interested in and I am keen to act as a sort of a bridge between the scientists and their clever but rather dry explanations of bioplasmic auras and morphic resonance
fields and the enthusiastic Neopagans who can inadvertently negate such already underestimated phenomena.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- In her new nonfiction book, "It's All Light: The Morphic Resonance
of Light; A Unified Theory" (published by Trafford Publishing), author Gloria Prema presents a unified theory of science and spirituality that reconciles many of the discrepancies between these two fractured disciplines, covering topics ranging from the wave-particle duality of light in the physical world to the tunnel of light commonly seen during near-death experiences.
Using his theory of morphic resonance
, Sheldrake was able to reinterpret the regularities of nature as being more like habits than laws.
This resembles to some extent Sheldrake's morphic resonance
This was part of the American Imports season at The Donmar that also included the play Morphic Resonance
, starring Nigel Lindsay and Joanna Roth.
Morphic fields: This refers to a massive shift in cultural values and personal behavior (see Rupert Sheldrake's A New Science of Life: The Hypothesis of Morphic Resonance
, Inner Traditions Intl.
The presence of the past: Morphic resonance
and the habits of nature.
This would overcome Susan Blackmore's (1985) criticism relating to Rupert Sheldrake's (2009) morphic resonance
on the grounds that morphic resonance
leads to a "causation loop": the structural similarities cause the resonance, and the resonance causes the similarities.
Top talk Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world's most innovative biologists and writers, is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance
An alternate approach is offered by the biologist Rupert Sheldrake in his theory of morphic resonance
, a view with affinities to the philosophical theory of forms, although unlike Plato and Aristotle's forms, his "morphic fields" are dynamic and evolving.
Most scientists are rigid-minded technocrats who can't understand that some very simple experiments could be done to show that animals are indeed psychic, which in turn would confirm the theory of morphic resonance