Integral Philosophy and Evolution with Steve McIntosh

Integral philosopher Steve McIntosh says the way to approach truth is threefold: science, philosophy, and spirituality. He says, “[W]e know that the scientific, the philosophical, and the spiritual are three authentic and irreducible approaches to truth because there are three kinds of human experience. There’s the sensory experience, upon which science is based. There’s the experience of relationships and meanings that we come to through philosophy, and then there’s the spiritual experience which can’t be reduced to either of those two. In an attempt to try to harmonize science and spirituality without trying to conflate one into the other, philosophy
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Spotlight: Tapping Into the Intelligence of the Universe

  From astrophysics to prayer, from a matrix of love to unified field, these wisdom leaders will provoke and stimulate your imagination. The chasm between the mysteries of the quantum world and our everyday experiences serve as the focus for these four programs specially selected from the New Dimensions archive. Bathing In The Intelligent Force Of The Universe with Gregg Braden Program 3186 MP3 Download Buy here $1.99 At the crux of Braden’s experience is the observation, now scientifically verified, that there is an intelligent field of energy that bathes all of creation, and connects everything in ways most of
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Your Support Is Essential And Vital

If you have not donated towards the financial health of this programming, please consider doing so now. YOUR SUPPORT IS ESSENTIAL AND VITAL There’s a Taoist saying that means a lot to me, ‘action without reflection leads to the evil of bewilderment.’ I think it’s truly the state we are now in, our push of a post-modern age with its sense of no time. We have to take time to reflect upon the really profound important things that we’re dealing with and how that affects who we are. That’s what New Dimensions does. It takes the time to think about
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Re-Creating the World with Michael Meade

Meade shares the Native American story of the Old Woman in the Cave and the ancient Vedic myth of Manu who saves a fish and establishes our interconnection with all life and the natural world. These two myths are re-creation stories as opposed to simply creation myths. He reminds us that we are narrative beings and part of our creativity comes from finding out where in the story we belong. Though fundamentalist religion may tell us a story of the end of the world, Meade says that this is just a limited view. He gives us hope for the future as he
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