Recent discoveries in vacuum physics show that this Akashic field is real and has its In Science and the Akashic Field philosopher and scientist Ervin Laszlo. Explains how modern science has rediscovered the Akashic Field of .. In the book Science and the Akashic Field, Author Ervin Laszlo has put into words a. Science and the Akashic Field. By (author) Ervin Laszlo This field, the Akashic record, is the constant and enduring memory of the universe, holding the .
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I was very interested in the concept of Universal Mind but not in this I did not read this book but browsed it instead.
Essentially, everything is made up of the same basic meta-stuff, and we can visualize all matter and energy as existing within this field of potentiality.
What quantum physicists have now discovered is that there is a field that underlies all of existence, everything comes from it and returns to it. Please help by adding secondary or tertiary sources. Published September 23rd by Inner Traditions first published The title more fieeld less tells what this book is about: Refresh and try again. This book does an OK job with the physics part, but I think if you had never read anything physics related before, it might be a good idea to gield up on it before you tackle this one.
I’d call it pseudo science Corning Harold G. But when the ball is at the top of a hill, it will roll down unless it can dynamically balance itself in its unstable position.
This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat I have a decent grasp of quantum dynamics a as of yet not totally explained set of principles and processesand this book tries to explain a simple metaphysical idea and equate it with 21st century physics discoveries.
And because it is present throughout nature, it is best conceptualized as an extended field. Views Read Edit Fossil record.
Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything
What a wonderful gem of a book. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.
But it is all mindless and without meaning and our laezlo to add meaning to the meaningless are just attempts of escapism and the fundamental Truth that we cannot and did not create ourselves for our creation is beyond our own error.
Quantum scientists recently discovered a new area of time and space called the Quantum vacuum. Ervin Laszlo is a systems philosopher, integral theorist, and classical pianist.
This akahsic similar to thermal and chemical, so-called thermodynamical, equilibrium. Laszlo fluidly creates an integral theory of everything, pulling reference from modern quantum physics and studies of consciousness; he effectively blasts us into the myriad of possibilities and likely realities that his theory creates.
On a cosmic level entire stars and galaxies vibrate together. Is there something after this pale existence? Laszlo’s process is very sound and convincing, especially because it avoids any sensationalism, but in a very sound way he presents a level of abstraction where one can see how the findings of quantum mechanics and modern cosmology connect logically with this very old teaching of Akasihc, and are really two ways of describing the same thing, from different vantage points.
International Society for the Systems Sciences Presidents. Some of the other sections of this book attempt to join the findings of cosmology, quantum physics, transpersonal psychology, remote viewing, many lives, as well as some of the findings in modern biology such as morphogenetic fields within the context of the non-local intelligence of the A-Field.
Dec 04, Julian Hadlow rated it it was amazing. If phenomena cannot be explained by the existing theory, then maybe an entire new theory and context is needed instead They do not try to have the theory meet with the biases of common sense and personal experience knowing both can be invalid. It calls for the recognition that information is not an abstract concept: If I was stranded on an island and had a choice of 10 books this would be first on my list.
And that of course is exactly the point, for if the mind is one, the differences are only on the surface, as an expression of the thought of separation and difference, but below the phenomenal level is essentially just one thought of separation, and under that again is pure oneness.
I have no problem with this just with his placement of the A-field itself and his attempts to mix-up true cause-and-effect relationships. After gield “Big Bang” the universe emerges more organized than before, as it seeks to evolve its own consciousness. Lists aiashic This Book.
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So we are really projecting our beliefs in time, space and the separation and this creates the false context that then embeds and limits our experiencing of phenomena.
Therefore Bohm theory is that all we are ever seeing with quantum entanglement and non-local connections is different views of the undifferentiated oneness of ultimate reality that we then projected to different locations in space and time and then take to be separate entities. The epiphenomenalists belief that our consciousness is tied to matter and cannot exist apart from it contradicts however the findings of transpersonal psychology, OBEs, NDEs, ADCs etc. Introduces the embracing world-concept long sought by scientists, mystics, and sages: It can only deem its own limited experience as valid to itself.
Apr 24, Nancy Heard rated it it was amazing. It holds the record of all that ever happened in life, on Earth, and in the cosmos and relates it to all that is yet to happen. Using laslzo concepts the author goes on to examine the source of the universe, and the nature of consciousness both human and cosmic.
I borrowed this book from my local public library, but will end up purchasing it for my own collection. Return to Book Page. There gield much simpler TOEs around. This book is an illustrative example of how complex, philosophic and unachievable to experience a theory-of-everything TOE can become once you wander too far down the wrong rabbit hole.
One last point on this, just because we experience something, does not mean that it is true. It is real, but so subtle that it cannot be perceived until it becomes the many things that populate the manifest world. Our consciousness and its subtle involutions creates the world of our experience and all its apparent evolutions.