A Conversation With Rupert Sheldrake
- August 23, 2019
- Posted by: kec_admin
- Category: Consciousness
Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, is a biologist and author best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance.
In the following episode of The Immeasurable Podcast, we interview Rupert Sheldrake.
Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, is a biologist and author best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance. At Cambridge University he worked in developmental biology as a Fellow of Clare College. In 1982 J. Krishnamurti, David Bohm, John Hidley and Rupert Sheldrake came together to discuss the roots of psychological disorder, psychological suffering, the need for security and what is a healthy mind, given in four parts.
In this episode, Jaap Sluijter and Gianni Garubo explore Rupert’s work.
- Gianni Garubo introduces Jaap Sluijter and welcomes Rupert Sheldrake. (0:26)
- Jaap asks Rupert about his recorded talk with J. Krishnamurti in 1982. (1:35)
- Rupert calls Krishnamurti a “spiritual anarchist”. (4:50)
- Jaap asks Rupert about “human potential” and how it relates to authority. (9:43)
- Rupert talks about his relationship with Krishnamurti. (14:35)
- Gianni asks Rupert about “Morphic Resonance”. (20:10)
- Jaap asks Rupert what the responsible action is for humanity to take to move in a new direction. (29:20)
To find out more about his work visit: sheldrake.org