Stanford University Lectures: Renowned quantum physicist, John Hagelin (PhD, Harvard), presents the thesis that consciousness is a unified field that contains nature’s programming code and transcending through meditation is a pathway to hack and access consciousness.
Videos (with subtitles):
- 01 Consciousness, a Quantum Physics Perspective
- 02 Consciousness & Physiology I
- 03 Consciousness & Physiology II
- 04 Consciousness & Architecture
- 05 The Hacked and Highjacked Body
- 06 We Create Our Reality
- 01 – John Hagelin PhD Bio.pdf
- 02 – Tony Nader MD PhD Bio.pdf
- 04 – Jon Lipman AIA Bio.pdf
- 05 – Pam Peeke MD Bio.pdf
- 06 – Fred Travis PhD Bio.pdf
This new Stanford video series investigates consciousness as the source of not only the human mind but also of all energy and matter. Consciousness is seen as the essence of the universe, a unified field which gives rise to and pervades all manifest phenomena. Five scientists from different disciplines describe how we can contact this field and use it to improve our lives.
The intellectual background of the series is a fascinating conflict affecting all of us that is now going on in science and philosophy, centering on the question, What is the basis of the universe? In the 19th century advances in physics, chemistry, and biology led to an empiricist understanding of nature, and Enlightenment philosophy replaced superstition and myth. Leading thinkers in all these disciplines agreed that the universe is just matter in motion governed by natural laws which are open to human understanding. Reality is fundamentally material.
Humans and other animals interact with an objective, external world through sensory input mediated by our consciousness, which is a neuro-chemical phenomenon of our brain cells. Thoughts are just reflections of the material world in the brain.