This is an amazing video in which Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. speaks about his research over the past several years. Over the years Sheldrake has found evidence to show that mental and emotional communications happen outside the physical body. He speaks about sight and what we see and how our mind touches things by looking at them, he calls this the morphic field.
Sheldrake hypothesis that thoughts and emotions travel in waves all around us and goes on to show how this can be proven.
Over the last 150 years science has given us so much and taught us so much about our bodies and minds, to a degree, but what Sheldrake is sharing here is that we still don't know that much about the most elusive part of ourselves: the mind and consciousness.
This totally fascinates me and shows us just how little we know about ourselves and that when we finally unlock the secret of the mind, what we know now will be laughable and will seem like we were living in the stone age.
Speaker: Rupert Sheldrake
Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. is a biologist and author of more than 75 technical papers and ten books, the most recent being The Sense of Being Stared At. He studied at Cambridge and Harvard Universities, was a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge and a Research Fellow of the Royal Society. He is currently Director of the Perrott-Warrick project, funded from Trinity College Cambridge.