“The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking. If we want to change the world we have to change our thinking… no problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew.” - Albert Einstein
Spirituality, humanities, the arts, environment, science, consciousness and related subjects are becoming collaboratively more closely aligned today than ever before. Progressively science, in particular, is becoming more accepting that our physical bodies and organs such as the brain may not be the only functioning aspect of our human bodies.
Pioneers in these areas of bringing science, consciousness and spirituality together include Dean Radin, chief scientist for the Institute Of Noetic Sciences, and Charles T. Tart, academic and scientist, who has undertaken five decades of research into various forms of the paranormal, transpersonal and consciousness subjects.
The Universal Spiritual Brother & Sisterhood foundation teachings provide an incredible insight into the world of “spirit chemists and scientists” many of whom influence the great minds on earth today. Despite the current global pandemic and the passing of many lives, the earth is not at an end. As Einstein suggests, it is you and I that need to change current thinking and move more progressively forward.
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3. Charles T. Tart: The End of Materialism Click here
“The classic materialist view is of a universe of separate objects that occasionally and meaninglessly affect each other through material forces. These objects are considered to be dead matter. But are things more linked than we normally imagine? This book presents an elegant argument that the twenty-first century needs a much broader perspective on the nature of reality than traditional science is capable of delivering.
“In The End of Materialism, Tart presents research that supports the existence of paranormal phenomena and shows readers how science and spirituality can be understood as two interconnected halves of a whole instead of as forces in opposition. The book presents Tart's most intriguing findings in his fifty year career investigating paranormal phenomena in scientific experiments at prestigious institutions including Stanford University and the University of California, Davis.”