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The Emergence of the Akashic Paradigm

with Consciousness at the Core


The evidence is mounting from every direction: the materialist

paradigm of science is breaking down.  Data that traditional

scientists tried to ignore or dismiss has become more robust

every day.


What will replace the materialist paradigm? And how will that

new paradigm change how we think about... everything?




In this groundbreaking online event, some of the foremost thinkers of 

our day will look at the implications of startling evidence that materialistic

science cannot explain, such as non-locality – that consciousness is

connected at a distance, instantly – and what they are calling the Akashic

Field – a kind of record-keeping function for the cosmos.


They will look at how the cumulative body of evidence forces a major, even

historic shift in how we see the nature of reality. Consciousness comes to

the foreground, not as an evolutionary afterthought but a prime mover and

causative factor.


How might this reshape the paradigm at the very foundations of science?

And how might it lead to the evolution of our culture and our



Join us for scintillating insights, powerful dialogue, and a spirit of

adventure into the unknown.


You’ll hear powerful insights from pre-eminent panelists, including scientists, philosophers, and futurists who are in public dialogue for the first time:

  • Ervin Laszlo – Author of more than 80 books and one of the most prodigious, systemic thinkers of our day
  • Ken Wilber – Renowned integral philosopher who has bridged worlds from spiritual practice to complexity theory to create a comprehensive map of our Kosmos that includes our interiors
  • Barbara Marx Hubbard – Celebrated as a visionary and futurist for her ability to see future trends and possibilities
  • Riane Eisler – Bestselling author, social scientist, pioneer of the “partnership paradigm
  • Duane Elgin – Futurist, social visionary, author of five books, former senior social scientist with Stanford Research Institute


This teleseminar event is completely free. So invite your friends and allies and skeptics as well to join you for what is sure to be 60 minutes of brilliant and provocative insights that give you a powerful glimpse of what the science of the next millennium just may look like.


Even if you can’t make the call live, do sign up and you’ll receive access to a recording.






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Comment by Michael Grove on November 4, 2013 at 18:37
Jon Freeman reply to Nicholas Beecroft comment in Future of Western Civilisation -

We can't solve this problem by going backwards into the old Blue religious structures and belief systems. We need an ordering that comes from a new Blue that is visioned and designed from a higher perspective of post-modern or 2nd tier thinking. The new Pope is shifting into Green and out of the jesuitical punitive mode of Blue and much of Christianity elsewhere has made that shift somewhat. Some parts of Islam have too, and the parts that you complain of regularly have not and are still in Red-Blue tribal and one-right-way thinking.

The necessary shift comes from a revisioning of spirituality which could still have a Christian perspective or any other religious tradition as its language, but is seen from a quite different sense of the relationship between human body and the spiritual world.

This is what I am articulating in "The Science of Possibility".

We have to reframe the old division between physical/material and energetic/spiritual in a way that recognises that we are simultaneously both, and that a part of our being lives at the interface. It gets called soul, as if that is separate or higher self, as if that is purely internal. The reality is that we are continually oscillating in and out of the layer of connectedness, because our electrons and positrons are moving back and forth between matter and source energy. Some people perceive the porousness of this boundary; most do not. Science does not know how to recognise it even though the evidence is abundant. For a healthy future, Western Civilisation needs to allow this viewpoint to reframe its view of religion in a way which recognises that all religions are cultural metaphors that assist us in interpreting our relationship with each other and the Divine realm. When that happens, all viewpoints will be chioces and all equally right. All will provide a useful moral fabric and none will require us to fight over them.

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Comment by Michael Grove on December 17, 2013 at 7:06

Ervin Laszlo in conversation with Edgar Mitchell - pilot of the lunar module of Apollo Fourteen, the sixth man to walk on the moon and who walked the longest, who had an experience that has changed his life and changed the lives of everyone who looks beyond his/her nose and asks what kind of a world we live in ...

Edgar ...

Dr. Walter Schempp, a German scientist who happens to be a descendant of Kepler, discovered the Quantum Hologram fifty years ago or so, and this shows that Cartesian duality, the dominant belief of the past four hundred years, that body and mind are realms of reality that DO NOT interact - IS totally WRONG. Schempp's Quantum Holography, is showing us that the intuitive communication I have experienced in space - and that others are also experiencing - is more fundamental than our normal perceptions. In English we call intuition our sixth sense, but we should really call it our first sense because it is rooted in the quantum world and the communication to which it testifies has been around long before human sensory mechanisms were evolved. There is an intrinsic awareness in nature that reaches down all the way to the quantum level, to the subatomic particles that make up matter.

That to me, and I know you will agree, Ervin, is exactly where the crux of the matter liesThere is a form of consciousness in nature. This consciousness is as important and as basic as energy.

Ervin ...

A few months ago quantum physicists Leonard Susskind, Craig Hogan and Brian Greene - among others - came up with the idea that space-time is a hologram where everything is "entangled". We know that in a hologram all of the information that makes up an   image is given everywhere and at the same time, so not time is  involved in going from one place to another - everything is present everywhere. This holographic information is likely to be present in    the universe, and it is likely to be given for all time. It is not ephemeral. 

The latest experiment carried out a few months ago testify to this.

This instant interconnection, what physicists call entanglement and nonlocality, may be the key to better understanding of the nature of reality. It is also the secret of a healthier life and a healthier and more sustainable world.  At the heart of space and time all things are non locally connected, and we can tap into these "deep connections" and experience the oneness you experienced in space (on your return from the moon). This experience is important for us, because it is the source of our feeling of empathy and solidarity

It motivates us to cooperate, to work together. And cooperation,    as we both know, is a basic pre-condition of surmounting the problems we confront in the world today.

Comment by Michael Grove on November 17, 2014 at 18:51

A historical account from 1985 of the long standing debate between Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein regarding the validity of         the quantum mechanical description of atomic phenomena and observation of quantum states with respect to the uncertainty   principle and quantum entanglement . Starring some famous physicists, John Archibald Wheeler, John Stewart Bell, Alain Aspect, David Bohm and others. Interesting stuff.

Comment by Michael Grove on June 17, 2021 at 13:15

Thinking about things

In some ways it is natural for humans to divide things up and separate them to make their interactions with the world and other people manageable. But this has “ultimately led to a wide range of negative and destructive results, because man lost awareness of what he was doing and thus extended the process of division beyond the limits within which it works properly. In essence, the process of division is a way of thinking about things that is convenient and useful mainly in the domain of practical, technical and functional activities” (pg. 2) such as the work most of us do to make a living.

But problems arise when we take “the content of our thought for a ‘description of the world as it is.” (pg. 3) This is a very important point for Bohm which bears some deeper exploration.

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