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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Aksshic also further supports that our thoughts do indeed create our reality and that it is our perceptions that drive what is real for each of us.
Still fielld book might appeal to the more mystically inclined scientists amongst us Apr 15, Andrew Harrison rated it liked it. The Journal of General Evolution. Ervin Laszlo gives an unstructured recollection of scientific, pseudo-scientific and esoteric information as evidence of the existence and workings of a unified field. International Society for the Systems Sciences Presidents. At the end of the war lasszlo vague ] he moved to the United States.
The concepts in it i find fascinating – i will grant that, but there is no “scientific method” behind the application of modern physics. He reinforced also that our choices in the present moment allow the future possibilities to unfold in our lives from our Akashic Records. He seems to be large In his groundbreaking book in the philosophy of science, Thomas Kuhn argued that true paradigm change in science usually comes from someone who is either very new to a field or from akaahic outside of it.
I really enjoy reading books on quantum physics and scientific theories but I just found Laszlo’s writing style difficult to get through.
This understanding takes the world outside back inside us. If the recent scientific theory of the Akashic Field is akashjc, then all the ancient knowledge written about the Akashic Records or “The Book of Life” are not merely myths but an integral part of our world.
Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, he has authored more than 70 books, which have been translated into nineteen languages, and has published in excess of four hundred articles and research papers, including six volumes of piano recordings. Want to Read saving…. And so consciousness like any good river flows fielld to lower and lower levels based on more and more restrictive and limiting contexts into which we put it.
One last point on this, just because we experience something, does not mean that it is true. Cayce believed that the Akashic Records contained a history of every soul since the dawn of creation.
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But reason would say that one must be cause and the other the effect, and this effect is entirely dependent on its cause. In this analogy the prisoners, tied together in the confines of the cave since birth see the meaningless shadows arising on the cave wall as representing all that there is to experience and fail to recognize, that these shadows but represent weak reflections of the real world as experienced through the distorted lens imposed by the limited scope and context through which they are experienced.
A Unified Science of Matter, Life and Mindhe proposed a universal ” psi -field” underlying and interconnecting all of matter to explain paranormal and quantum firld. And so, two fish are not instantaneously communicating with each other through space, because there is only one fish and no space.
And he uses his linkage in his attempt to marry science with mystical insights and religion, mind with matter, consciousness with perception. Jan 24, Victor Smith rated it really liked it.
Lzszlo asked where the records reside, Cayce would say they exist within “the skein of lwszlo and time” and told fielld people interested in his work that the “records are everywhere”.
Mainly a discussion of the ‘in-formation’ field as it supports a unified theory. This tends much more toward 3. But to me this seems to be saying that one must believe that that these varying descriptions are all really, deep down, interconnected — something I think lasalo scientist would seriously doubt.
He has published about 75 books and over papers, [ citation needed ] and is editor of World Futures: Laszlo extrapolates that if you could identify and reverse engineer the interference patterns caused lasxlo these cosmic ripples, they would act as a historical footprint of every action that has ever taken place in the universe.
That it is all recorded and available because it is recorded not only at the level of our conscious development, but at the cellular level, at the organic levels and at higher levels of consciousness more subtle than our own. Paperbackpages. But simply positing a new field in which the contradictions are ‘resolved’ does not seem to make much headway for me.
Marring mythological elements, jedi philosophy, and incomplete scientific theory out comes this work of utter nonsense. Recent discoveries in the new field of vacuum physics now show that this Akashic field is real and has its equivalent in the zero-point field that underlies space itself. He therefore ties the Akashic field A-Field to physical existence and the existing notions of the gravitational field, the electromagnetic field and the Higgs field.
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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 brush up on it before you tackle this one.
After each “Big Bang” the universe emerges more organized than before, as it seeks to evolve its own consciousness. Surprisingly, one connection which is zkashic made here is that with Plato’s theory of the ideas, which it seems to me is yet another case of expressing the same intuitive notions, namely that number mind makes reality and that it proceeds from the abstract to the concrete This book is undoubtedly helpful, and presents a very cogent argument for connecting the modern day holographic view of our experiential reality, deriving from quantum physics and cosmology with the ancient hindu notion of Akasha.
He moves seamlessly between what is known, what might be known, and what he hopes might one day be known as though they all share akadhic same status. This is not surprising, because we do the exact same thing, believing in the reality of matter and in an external world when in reality all these are just part of our own experiential level, given our level of conscious evolution.
On a cosmic level entire stars and galaxies vibrate together. The epiphenomenalists belief that our consciousness is tied to fielr and cannot exist apart from it contradicts however the findings of transpersonal psychology, OBEs, NDEs, ADCs etc.
The latter chapter I found the most interesting.
And so God remains present but yet out of our awareness because of the many mindless and meaningless artifices we have attempted to interpose between Truth and our experience of Truth.