In Mind to Matter, award-winning author Dawson Church examines the scientific facts behind the popular concept of 'manifesting' and reviews its possibilities and its limits.
Author: Dawson Church
Publisher: Hay House
New research and new discoveries in epigenetics, neuroscience, electromagnetism, psychology, public health and quantum physics are demonstrating that thoughts can indeed be profoundly creative. In Mind to Matter, award-winning author Dawson Church examines the scientific facts behind the popular concept of 'manifesting' and reviews its possibilities and its limits. As we discover how the universe operates synchronistically, we come to understand that while we have individual local minds, we also participate in a universal nonlocal mind. Mind to Matter shows us that as we take charge of our individual power to create, we have the potential, as a species, to catalyse a transformation of our whole world.
AS WE TAKE CHARGE OF OUR INDIVIDUAL POWER TO CREATE, WE HAVE THE POTENTIAL, AS A SPECIES, TO CHANGE OUR WORLD. Every creation begins as a thought. Our thoughts travel as electrical impulses along neural pathways; neurons wire together, creating electromagnetic fields. These fields are invisible energy, yet they influence the molecules of matter around us the way a magnet organizes iron filings. In Mind to Matter, award-winning researcher Dawson Church explains how our minds create matter. We can now trace the science behind each link in the chain from thought to thing, showing the surprising ways in which our intentions create the material world. The science in the book is illustrated by many authentic case histories of people who harnessed the extraordinary power of the mind to create. Neuroscientists have measured a specific brain-wave formula that is linked to manifestation. This 'flow state' can be learned and applied by anyone. New discoveries in epigenetics, neuroscience, electromagnetism, psychology, cymatics and quantum physics connect each step in the process. They show that the whole universe is self-organizing, and when our minds are in flow, they coordinate with nature's emergent intelligence to produce synchronous outcomes. 'I love this book. It constantly fascinated me with delicious facts and so many captivating stories. And it is wonderful to see science catching up with what the shamans and sages have always known!' - Donna Eden, author of Energy Medicine 'As The Secret meets the scientist in Dawson's work, the boundaries of what you've believed possible will be stretched far beyond your existing picture of reality.' - Jack Canfield, co-author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Chicken Soup® series and featured teacher in The Secret
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Publisher: ZIP Reads
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The next great revolution in science will undoubtedly be the emergence of a useful theory of consciousness--a theory based on our better understanding of molecules and brains and of the nature of science itself. Evolving the Mind broaches both of these themes, covering how ideas about the mind evolved in science and how the mind itself evolved in Nature. What Cairns-Smith does that is particularly compelling is to synthesize the contributions of a wide range of scientific disciplines (physics, molecular biology, brain science, and evolution) to bring science to the brink of a unified theory of consciousness. The author thoroughly explores this complex concept in a straightforward, conversational style. Few readers will be able to resist the exciting conclusion that we are closing in on a scientific theory of consciousness.
You and I are the Quantum Gods. The book features: A profusely illustrated introduction to the classical Kabbalah and its Tree of Life "The Creative Law," a practical, seven-step process of creative visualization.
Author: Jeff Love
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Beneath the facade of the ego, beyond the ability of the mind to conceive of it, yet within reach of everyone through direct personal experience, there is a God-like Self, the authentic "I AM" or the Quantum God or Goddess. From the perspective of a Quantum God, life is a co-created reality made of consciousness and a special condition of consciousness called matter. Matter is the medium; being is the message. You and I are the Quantum Gods. The book features: A profusely illustrated introduction to the classical Kabbalah and its Tree of Life "The Creative Law," a practical, seven-step process of creative visualization. It was discovered by applying Kabbalistic principles to decipher the code hidden in the first book of the Old Testament mistakenly entitled Genesis. It is how the Quantum Gods co-create reality. "Psychometaphysics," a radical metaphysical model of reality in the form of a commentary on Kabbalah which relates the scientific view of the world to personal experience "The Enlightenment Intensive," a method of self-inquiry discovered in 1968. It is a Zen-like method utilizing both contemplation and communication to discover first hand the true nature of Self and Life from one's own direct personal experience
Mind That Abides builds on these works. It takes panpsychism to be a plausible theory of mind and then moves forward to work out the philosophical, psychological and ethical implications.
Author: David Skrbina
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Panpsychism is the view that all things, living and nonliving, possess some mind like quality. It stands in sharp contrast to the traditional notion of mind as the property of humans and (perhaps) a few select 'higher animals'. Though surprising at first glance, panpsychism has a long and noble history in both Western and Eastern thought. Overlooked by analytical, materialist philosophy for most of the 20th century, it is now experiencing a renaissance of sorts in several areas of inquiry. A number of recent books including Skrbina's Panpsychism in the West (2005) and Strawson et al's Consciousness and its Place in Nature (2006) have established panpsychism as respectable and viable. Mind That Abides builds on these works. It takes panpsychism to be a plausible theory of mind and then moves forward to work out the philosophical, psychological and ethical implications. With 17 contributors from a variety of fields, this book promises to mark a wholesale change in our philosophical outlook. (Series A)
To sum up, then, it seems fairly certain that we cannot satisfactorily solve the mind–matter problem, when matter is understood in terms of classical physics.
But we also know (insofar as we know anything at all in science) that classical
Author: Paavo T. I. Pylkkänen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This accessible and easy-to-follow book offers a new approach to consciousness. The author’s eclectic style combines new physics-based insights with those of analytical philosophy, phenomenology, cognitive science and neuroscience. He proposes a view in which the mechanistic framework of classical physics and neuroscience is complemented by a more holistic underlying framework in which conscious experience finds its place more naturally.
In this book, which contains several of his key papers as well as new material, he focuses on the problem of consciousness and explains how quantum mechanics allows causally effective conscious thought to be combined in a natural way with ...
Author: Henry P. Stapp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
"Scientists other than quantum physicists often fail to comprehend the enormity of the conceptual change wrought by quantum theory in our basic conception of the nature of matter," writes Henry Stapp. Stapp is a leading quantum physicist who has given particularly careful thought to the implications of the theory that lies at the heart of modern physics. In this book, which contains several of his key papers as well as new material, he focuses on the problem of consciousness and explains how quantum mechanics allows causally effective conscious thought to be combined in a natural way with the physical brain made of neurons and atoms. The book is divided into four sections. The first consists of an extended introduction. Key foundational and somewhat more technical papers are included in the second part, together with a clear exposition of the "orthodox" interpretation of quantum mechanics. The third part addresses, in a non-technical fashion, the implications of the theory for some of the most profound questions that mankind has contemplated: How does the world come to be just what it is and not something else? How should humans view themselves in a quantum universe? What will be the impact on society of the revised scientific image of the nature of man? The final part contains a mathematical appendix for the specialist and a glossary of important terms and ideas for the interested layman. This third edition has been significantly expanded with two new chapters covering the author's most recent work.
This is a highly interdisciplinary book straddling physics and complex systems such as living organisms.
Author: Chandre Dharma-wardana
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company Incorporated
This is a highly interdisciplinary book straddling physics and complex systems such as living organisms. The presentation is from the perspective of physics, in a manner accessible to those interested in scientific knowledge integrated within its socio-cultural and philosophical backgrounds. Two key areas of human understanding, namely physics and conscious complex systems, are presented in simple language. An optional technical presentation is also given in parallel where it is needed.
The object of this book is to clean up once and for all—in principle and in outline
at least—this muddle about the relation of Mind to Matter, which has fretted
philosophers ever since philosophizing began. In these preliminary remarks I
Author: Whately Carington
This volume is concerned with the philosophical foundations of Psychical Research. Traditional metaphysical theories have led to apparently insoluble problems concerning the nature of mind, of matter and the relation between the two. The author holds that these theories arise from misconception about the way in which words acquire meaning. His aim is to show that once the relation between words and the experienceable entities which they mean is clearly understood, these seemingly insoluble problems disappear, and the metaphysical theories which give rise to them are seen to be literally nonsensical. The philosophy which results is a radically empirical one, a form of Neutral Monism. The book intended to ‘clear the decks’ for Psychical Research by removing certain traditional pseudo-problems, but it will be of interest to all who followed the revival of Empiricist Philosophy, whether they are students of Psychical Research or not. It is written in a pithy and sparkling style, with a minimum of technical terms, and serves as an introduction to Empiricist Philosophy. Originally published 1949.
Materialism as a metaphysical doctrine would normally consist of a specific
definition of 'matter plus the claim that nothing but matter is ultimately real.
However by 'materialism' Lenin often meant only the denial of the mind-
dependence of ...
Author: P.T. Grier
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
A survey of the intellectual history of Marxism through its several phases and various national adaptations suggests, for any of at least three reasons, that the attempt to provide a widely acceptable summary of 'Marxist ethics' must be an enterprise with little prospect of success. First, a number of prominent Marxists have insisted that Marxism can have no ethics because its status as a science precludes bias toward, or the assumption of, any particular ethical standpoint. On this view it would be no more reasonable to expect an ethics of Marxism than of any other form of social science. Second, basing themselves on the opposite assumption, an equally prominent assortment of Marxist intellectuals have lamented the absence of a coherently developed Maryist ethics as a deficiency which must be remedied. ! Third, less com monly, Marxism is sometimes alleged to possess no developed ethical theory because it is exclusively committed to advocacy of class egoism on behalf 2 of the proletariat, and is thus rooted in a prudential, not a moral standpoint. The advocacy of proletarian class egoism - or 'revolutionary morality- may, strictly speaking, constitute an ethical standpoint, but it might be regarded as a peculiar waste of time for a convinced and consistent class egoist to develop precise formulations of his ethical views for the sake of convincing an abstract audience of classless and impartial rational observers which does not happen to exist at present.
Release on 2009-01-24 | by Phineas Parkhurst Quimby
intelligence; that the power of their existences and harmonious motions was
originated beyond themselves. Thus it is that we attribute to every effect a cause;
to every result, a motive power. Matter and mind have uniform, undeviating and
Author: Phineas Parkhurst Quimby
Publisher: Seed of Life Publishing
Dr. Phineas Parkhurst Quimby (1802-1866) was a lifelong resident of Belfast, ME and a clockmaker, by trade. From the late 1840s until the time of his transition, he wrote down his own particular philosophical, psychological and metaphysical views on life, death, health, religion and the mind. His early studies of hypnosis, then called mesmerism, led him later on to develop his unique method of healing for both mental and physical affirmities. Proud of his New England heritage, passionate in his love of liberty and equality for all, outspoken in his admonitions against what he considered aristocracy and priestcraft, empathetic toward the sick and suffering, he recorded his experiences, experiments and case studies of his own life journey's explorations into humanity and spirituality, in order to leave behind, for us, what he found, for himself, to be universally applicable truths, for the benefit of all mankind. For this reason, he wrote this book. (Hardcover Edition) (700 pages)
C/zapter XV BODY AND MIND, AND THE DEPENDENCE OF FINITE
INDIVIDUALS ON A UNIVERSAL MIND I . T/te Psye/zopliysical Relation, as
ordinarily interpreted, is also a Relation of Matter to Matter The key to the ultimate
relation of ...
Author: G. K. Stout
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The second of two volumes based on the Gifford Lectures delivered at the University of Edinburgh in 1919 and 1921. This 1931 text provides a philosophical discussion of the nature and limits of knowledge, examining the relationship between mind and the conception of a universal truth.
The result was a number of alternative choices: the reduction of matter to mind (
idealism); the reduction of mind to matter (crude materialism); the less popular
parallelism which accepted the equality of mind and matter (Malebranche) ...
Author: J.K. Feibleman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The acquisition of knowledge is not a single unrelated occasion but rather an adaptive process in which past acquisitions modify present and future ones. In Part I of this essay in epistemology it is argued that coping with knowledge is not a passive affair but dynamic and active, involving its continuance into the stages of assimilation and deployment. In Part II a number of specific issues are raised and discussed in order to explore the dimensions and the depths of the workings of adaptive knowing. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS "Activity as A Source of Knowledge" first appeared in Tulane Studies in Philosophy, XII, 1963; "Knowing, Doing and Being" in Ratio, VI, 1964; "On Beliefs and Believing" in Tulane Studies, XV, 1966; "Absent Objects" in Tulane Studies, XVII, 1968; "The Reality Game" in Tulane Studies, XVIII, 1969; "Adaptive Responses and The Ecosys tem" in Tulane Studies, XVIII, 1969; "The Mind-Body Problem" in the Philosophical Journal, VII, 1970; and "The Knowledge of The Known" in the International Logic Review, I, 1970. PART I COPING WITH KNOWLEDGE CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE I. THE CHOSEN APPROACH You are about to read a study of epistemology, one which has been made from a realistic standpoint. It is not the first of such interpre tations, and it will not be the last.
Resistance ties mind to matter in spite of science's materialistic attempt to prove
mind nonexistent. A good teacher uses resistance to an advantage when dealing
with a difficult student. The teacher attempts to bring the student to the point ...
Author: Fred Alan Wolf
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Alchemists of old attempted to make sense of the universe--to discover the connection between mind and matter. Some of today's scientists, in particular quantum physicists, are doing the same. In this contribution to the study of consciousness, physicist Fred Alan Wolf reveals what he calls the "new alchemy"--a melding of the ideas of the old alchemists and the new scientists to reach a fuller understanding of mind and matter. An elegant book with short, stand-alone chapters, each framed by an alchemical symbol and its definition. Thought-provoking for scientists and lay people alike.
Wolfgang Pauli, physicist In my previous book, Mind into Matter, my goal was to
show that within your own mind and body lies a majestic story filled with drama,
pathos, humor, intelligence, fantasy, and fact. While it is certainly your own story,
Author: Fred Alan Wolf
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
What's unique about being human? We experience feelings. Once again bridging the gap between spirituality and quantum physics, Fred Alan Wolf takes us on an exciting journey toward understanding where our feelings come from and how we can work with them to create more abundant and joyful lives. In his follow-up to Mind into Matter, Dr. Wolf guides us through the conflicts and resistances we feel as physical beings--the everyday demands, addictions, successes, and failures we experience--and into an understanding that being "stuck" is only a phase, one from which we can escape once we understand the origin and role of human feeling.
Idealism regards matter as either generated by or dependent on mindedness or
consciousness (as in Kantian critical idealism and ... Either that there is only matter in the universe, so, for example, mind-states are really just brain-states. Or
Author: Sean Creaven
The argument presented in this book is that the recent ‘spiritual’ trajectory of Roy Bhaskar’s work, upon which he first embarked with the publication of his From East to West, undermines the fundamental achievements of his earlier work. The problem with Bhaskar’s new philosophical system (Transcendental Dialectical Critical Realism or simply Meta-Reality), from the critical-realist Marxist perspective endorsed here, is that it marks both a departure from and a negation of the earlier concerns of Bhaskar to develop a realist philosophy of science and under-labour for an emancipatory materialist socio-historical science. The end-result is a meta-philosophy which is irrealist, speculative, under-theorized, internally self-contradictory, and which cannot provide philosophical guidance to liberatory social practices. In opposition to theist ontological logics more generally (including the rather more rational theism presented by Margaret Archer, Andrew Collier and Doug Porpora), the argument of this book is that the earth-bound materialist dialectics of the classical Marxist tradition, and the naturalistic humanism these dialectics under-labour on the terrain of socio-historical being, offer a much more promising way forward for critical realist theory and for liberatory politics and ethics.
Rather, it is to correct the subordination of matter to mind or spirit that has
prevailed throughout the history of western thought. Moreover, in addition to
recognizing the ontological integrity of both matter and mind, Deleuze's non-
Author: Patrice Haynes
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Over the last twenty years materialist thinkers in the continental tradition have increasingly emphasized the category of immanence. Yet the turn to immanence has not meant the wholesale rejection of the concept of transcendence, but rather its reconfiguration in immanent or materialist terms: an immanent transcendence. Through an engagement with the work of Deleuze, Irigaray and Adorno, Patrice Haynes examines how the notion of immanent transcendence can help articulate a non-reductive materialism by which to rethink politics, ethics and theology in exciting new ways. However, she argues that contrary to what some might expect, immanent accounts of matter and transcendence are ultimately unable to do justice to material finitude. Indeed, Haynes concludes by suggesting that a theistic understanding of divine transcendence offers ways to affirm fully material immanence, thus pointing towards the idea of a theological materialism.
O ' S ” ARTICLE ON “ GOD OF NATURE , MATTER , MOTION , AND MIND . ” "
Motion cannot originate itself , nor can matter move itself without some moving
agent , so that I must ascribe mation to some other source , and as I perceive in ...
They believe that once evolution gave us sufficient brain capacity, consciousness
inexorably emerges as a biological process ... “They're saying that prior to this
level of complexity, matter contained the potential for mind to emerge —and at
Author: Lee Strobel
In this New York Times bestselling book, award-winning Chicago Tribune journalist Lee Strobel investigates and unpacks the scientific evidence that points toward God. "My road to atheism was paved by science . . . but, ironically, so was my later journey to God," Strobel says. During his academic years, Lee Strobel became convinced that God was obsolete, a belief that colored his journalism career. Science had made the idea of a Creator irrelevant - or so Strobel thought. But today science points in a different direction. A diverse and impressive body of research has increasingly supported the conclusion that the universe was intelligently designed. At the same time, Darwinism has faltered in the face of concrete facts and hard reason. Has science discovered God? At the very least, it's giving faith an immense boost, as new findings emerge about the incredible complexity of our universe. Join Strobel as he reexamines the theories that once led him away from God. Through his compelling and highly readable account, you’ll encounter the mind-stretching discoveries from cosmology, cellular biology, DNA research, astronomy, physics, and human consciousness that present astonishing evidence in The Case for a Creator. Also available: The Case for a Creator small group video study and study guide, Spanish edition, kids' edition, student edition, and more.