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  • Author:
    Ervin Laszlo
  • ISBN:
    1594771022
  • ISBN13:
    978-1594771026
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    Inner Traditions; Original ed. edition (January 12, 2006)
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    224 pages
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More importantly, true to his systems-theoretical background, he lucidly explains the interconnection between (and hence relevance of) otherwise disparate findings. Source: Georg Feuerstein, Traditional Yoga Studies, Nov 2006.

Many of the essays talk about Ervin Laszlo's theory of the A-field or Akashic field the energetic field that connects . Ervin Laszlo is a systems philosopher, integral theorist, and classical pianist.

Many of the essays talk about Ervin Laszlo's theory of the A-field or Akashic field the energetic field that connects everything in the universe. Each essay is illuminating, enlightening and fascinating. Dr. Laszlo is generally recognized as the founder of systems Ervin Laszlo is a systems philosopher, integral theorist, and classical pianist.

Discloses the ramifications of non-localized consciousness and how the physical world and spiritual experience are .

Discloses the ramifications of non-localized consciousness and how the physical world and spiritual experience are two aspects of the same reality. Includes contributions from Jane Goodall, Ed Mitchell, Stanislav Grof, Ralph Abraham, and Christian de Quincy, among others. What scientists are now finding at the outermost frontiers of every field is overturning all the basic premises concerning the nature of matter and reality.

In this book Dr. Laszlo gives an overview of a very different way to approach our view of the world. It a view of connectedness, coherence, and oneness.

Lc Classification Number. In this book Dr. Terms that the metaphysical traditions have talked about for centuries, but now science is indeed catching up. And the great thing about this book is that it gives example after example of the scientific basis for the use of those terms in describing the fundamental nature of reality.

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I've read a lot of science and spirituality books and I was sceptical of this one at first. It is an integral whole. He does get a little esoteric a times, but overall this book was well worth the time to read. It makes excellent sense. So states scientist and philosopher Ervin Laszlo in the introduction to his latest book, Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos.

Presents a revolutionary new theory that bridges the divide between science and spirituality - Discloses the ramifications of non-localized consciousness and how the physical world and spiritual experience are two aspects of the same reality - Includes contributions from Jane Goodall, Ed Mitchell, Stanislav Grof, Ralph Abraham, and Christian de Quincy, among others What scientists are now finding at the outermost frontiers of every. Field is overturning all the basic premises concerning the nature of matter and reality.

The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality. What scientists are now finding at the outermost frontiers of every field is overturning all the basic premises concerning the nature of matter and reality

The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality. The universe is not a world of separate things and events but is a cosmos that is connected, coherent, and bears a profound resemblance to the visions held in the earliest spiritual traditions in which the physical world and spiritual experience were both aspects of the same reality and man and the universe were one.

Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos: The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality.

Readers learn about the essential dangers and opportunities they face and how they can begin to make informed, responsible choices. Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos: The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality.

Presents a revolutionary new theory that bridges the divide between science and spirituality• Discloses the ramifications of non-localized consciousness and how the physical world and spiritual experience are two aspects of the same reality• Includes contributions from Jane Goodall, Ed Mitchell, Stanislav Grof, Ralph Abraham, and Christian de Quincy, among othersWhat scientists are now finding at the outermost frontiers of every field is overturning all the basic premises concerning the nature of matter and reality. The universe is not a world of separate things and events but is a cosmos that is connected, coherent, and bears a profound resemblance to the visions held in the earliest spiritual traditions in which the physical world and spiritual experience were both aspects of the same reality and man and the universe were one. The findings that justify this new vision of the underlying logic of the universe come from almost all of the empirical sciences: physics, cosmology, the life sciences, and consciousness research. They explain how interactions lead to interconnections that produce instantaneous and multifaceted coherence--what happens to one part also happens to the other parts, and hence to the system as a whole. The sense of sacred oneness experienced by our ancestors that was displaced by the unyielding material presumptions of modern science can be restored, and humanity can once again feel at home in the universe.

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When making maps of the world, the ancients projected their imagination into unknown lands, filling the gaps with all kinds of mythical beasts. So it goes with Laszlo's book: he fills the unknown (and probably unknowable) territory of modern science, namely the quantum vacuum, with all kinds of wild speculation, suggesting that this field retains records of not only everything that has ever happened in this universe but in every universe that has ever or will ever exist. Further, Laszlo speculates that universes can somehow draw on this information to inform their evolution. He takes Sheldrake's outlandish notion of morphic resonance to mindbogglingly in-credible proportions, reasoning by almost pure intuition and near-zero evidence to support his claims.

I don't care how great a child piano prodigy Laszlo is or how many honorary Ph.D.s he has, it doesn't give him a license to claim wild speculations as truth. Yet, that's what he does time after time in this book. The level of scholarship is disappointingly low. Where is the evidence for the claims about twin-pain studies? Where is the evidence for consciousness without brain activity? Evidence for claims about the soul and reincarnation? For the role of the quantum vacuum in the evolution of our universe?

I appreciate this book in spite of its lack of evidence because I believe Laszlo has a good general sense of the direction of cosmology, and he brings attention to some fascinating aspects of existence which the conventional scientific worldview does not adequately address. Some of his speculations may turn out to be true. But when fantastic conjectures aren't recognized as such and accompanied with great modesty, this severely damages credibility.

The second half of the book consists of a "round table discussion" of other "scientists." These are mostly superficial paeans to Laszlo. I do appreciate Jane Goodall's entry, as she supports the flavor of Laszlo's thinking without kowtowing to all the giant leaps.

A fun, provocative read and my introduction to Laszlo. Too head-in-the-clouds and not enough feet-on-the-ground for me.
Broadraven
To have people as knowledgeable as Ervin Laszlo and the panelists in the roundtable section of this book offering their insights into the true nature of the universe and our place in it is an incredible gift to humanity.

At last, scientists--these at least--are recognizing in the holographic nature of the universe described by quantum physics the very basis of the spiritual truths known to mystics and to those who meditate and to all the ancient spiritual traditions. No longer need our world be the fragmented, mechanistic, meaningless place Western science has made it seem. We are home again in an integral reality, and we are interconnected, not the skin-encapsulated egos we thought we were. The nature of consciousness linked to the quantum reality is the key to it all as Edgar Mitchell has been saying for years. All matter is conscious, he says, and Ervin Laszlo and Peter Russell agree.

This is the most exciting book I have read in a very long time, possibly ever because it gives me hope. The good news is that there are others saying these things too. And as Ervin Laszlo and Peter Russell both say, these insights represent a paradigm shift as major as the Copernican Revolution was at the time, and they will change our world, our way of being, and our way of treating our planet--or should if we are paying attention.

Thank you Ervin Laszlo, Edgar Mitchell, Peter Russell, and others. I recommend this book to every intelligent human being on earth.

Some parts of the book are not easy reading but that is only because Ervin Laszlo does not shy away from sharing his knowledge of quantum physics which provides the foundation of his insights. Both his writing and his thinking are crystal clear.
Marelyne
I have been on a bend of investigating Physics that allows Creation for a few months, now. This is a pretty good read for that. Lots of authors in that area right now. Be careful, you may learn we all have super powers because we are all only a portion of the one mind that is the Universe. Power of the subconscious mind is a good starting place. Don't manifest silly stuff and don't try to know what is a blessing. All is all. If I am one with the universe, and I see someone do something really dumb, I ask myself what I was trying to tell myself. And bless their heart.
Doktilar
Ervin Laszlo has a really full and up to deate knowledge of science in areas like quantum mechanics, relativty and complexity and creates an integral vision of life that weaves everything together into a coherent ointerlinked pattern of life extending from the smallest sub atomic particles to living creatures to human consciousnesss to the largest galaxies. It helps make sense of all the different aspects of life that seem separate, but are all linked. It is not a technical read, but great for someone with a reasonable laymans knowledge of science
Runemane
Laszlo is one of the leading philosophers in developing general systems theory and the new view of an intelligent and integrated cosmos. No longer can the current mechanistic view of the universe prevail due to the inadequate assumptions upon which it is based. The book is well documented and confirmed by the comments of a talented group of scientist-philosophers.
Xtani
The altar in this book is trying to define the universe and discover God but is unable to and serve what was before Big Bang witches like answering the question what is the south of South Pole excellent book
Asyasya
This book, and the many others from this author's pen, shift ones personal horizons to encompass the vast cosmic reaches of space and transport one to the unthinkable borders of eternity. Deep nourishment for the mind bringing deep peace to the heart.