William Tiller, Ph.D.
Amit Goswami, Ph.D.
John Hagelin, Ph.D.
Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.
Dr. David Albert
NEUROLOGISTS, ANESTHESIOLOGISTS & PHYSICIANS
Dr. Masaru Emoto
Stuart Hameroff M.D.
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover
Andrew B. Newberg, M.D.
Dr. Daniel Monti
Dr. Joseph Dispenza
Dr. Candace Pert
SPIRITUAL TEACHERS, MYSTICS AND SCHOLARS
Miceal Ledwith, Ph.D.
William Tiller, Ph.D. (www.tiller.org) graduated with a B.A.Sc. in 1952 with a degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Toronto. He also has an M.A.Sc. and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. He worked for nine years in the Westinghouse Research Laboratory with theoretical and experimental investigation into the detailed physics of the freezing process of a wide range of materials; i. e., water, metals, semiconductors, oxides and polymers. He also investigated the relationships between the crystallization process and the detailed structure and properties of the solid. He exploited this knowledge of crystallization to generate new processes for ingot casting, material purification, single crystal growth, chemical crystallizers, etc.
Dr. Tiller has been a professor at Stanford University in the Department of materials science and Engineering. He has been a consultant to government and industry in the fields of metallurgy and solid-state physics and formerly Associate Editor of 2 scientific journals. He has published more than 250 scientific papers, three technical books and has five patents issued. His fields of specialization are crystal growth, surfaces and interfaces, physical metallurgy, semiconductor processing, thin film formation, computer simulation and psychoenergetics (70 additional publications in this area). He is also the founding director of the Academy of Parapsychology and Medicine and The Institute of Noetic Sciences.
His Publications include An Introduction to Computer Simulation: The Science of Crystallization: Microscopic Interfacial Phenomena, The Science of Crystallization: Macroscopic Phenomena and Defect Generation, Science and Human Transformation, Conscious Acts of Creation and Some Science Adventures with Real Magic (available April/May 2005).
Goswami, Ph.D. (web site) earned
his Ph.D. from Calcutta University in theoretical nuclear physics in
1964 and has been a professor of physics at the University of Oregon
since 1968. He taught physics for 32 years in this country, mostly in
Oregon, before fully retiring in 2003. Dr. Goswami was a senior scholar in residence at the Institute of
Noetic Sciences during 1998-2000. He teaches quite regularly at the Holmes Institute and the Philosophical Research University in L.A.; Pacifica in Santa Barbara, CA; and UNIPAZ in Portugal.
also wrote a textbook on Quantum Mechanics that is well regarded and
used. He is the author of ten books, including The Self-Aware Universe,
Quantum Creativity, Physics of the Soul, and The Visionary Window, and The Quantum Doctor. Dr. Goswami is a pioneer of a new multidisciplinary paradigm of science based on the primacy of consciousness, known as Science within consciousness. His research has been published in scientific journals in three different fields, physics, biology, and psychology..
John Hagelin, Ph.D. (www.hagelin.org)
is a world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, author, and public policy
expert. Dr. Hagelin has conducted pioneering research at CERN (the European
Center for Particle Physics) and SLAC (the Stanford Linear Accelerator
Center) and is responsible for the development of a highly successful
grand unified field theory based on the Superstring. In his book, Manual
for a Perfect Government, Dr. Hagelin shows how, through educational
programs that develop human consciousness, and through policies and
programs that effectively harness the laws of nature, it is possible
to solve acute social problems and enhance governmental effectiveness.
recognition of his outstanding achievements, Dr. Hagelin was named winner
of the prestigious Kilby Award, which recognizes scientists who have
made "major contributions to society through their applied research
in the fields of science and technology." The award recognized
Dr. Hagelin as "a scientist in the tradition of Einstein, Jeans,
Bohr and Eddington."
Hagelin holds an A.B. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College and an
M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. He is currently Professor of
Physics and Director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Public
Policy at Maharishi University of Management, and Minister of Science
and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace. He was also the
Natural Law Party presidential candidate in 2000.
In the movie, Hagelin talks about a study that was held in Washington, D.C. in 1993. Please see this page for more information on this study.
Alan Wolf, Ph.D. (www.fredalanwolf.com) is a physicist, writer, and lecturer who earned his Ph.D. in theoretical
physics at UCLA in 1963. His work in quantum physics and consciousness
is well known through his popular and scientific writing. He is the
author of eleven books.
Dr. Wolf's fascination with the world of physics began one afternoon
as a child at a local matinee, when the newsreel revealed the awesome
power and might of the world's first atomic explosion. This fascination
continued, leading Wolf to study mathematics and physics. After he received
his Ph.D. he began researching the field of high atmospheric particle
behavior following a nuclear explosion and worked on Projection Orion-a
nuclear propulsion scheme designed for deep space exploration. Wolf's
inquiring mind has delved into the relationship between human consciousness,
psychology, physiology, the mystical, and the spiritual. His investigations
have taken him from intimate discussions with physicist David Bohm to
the magical and mysterious jungles of Peru, from master classes with
Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman to the high deserts of Mexico, from a
significant meeting with Werner Heisenberg to the hot coals of a fire
In academia, Dr. Wolf has challenged minds at San Diego State University,
the University of Paris, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the University
of London, Birkbeck College, and many other institutions of higher learning.
Wolf is best known for his contributions through technical papers and
popular books, but he is frequently in demand as a lecturer, keynote
speaker, and consultant to industry and the media.
Wolf is well known for his simplification of the new physics and is
perhaps best known as the author of Taking the Quantum Leap,
which, in 1982, was the recipient of the prestigious National Book Award
for Science. Dr. Wolf's books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese,
German, Italian, Chinese, Korean, Dutch, and Japanese.
Former professor of physics at San Diego State University for twelve
years, Dr. Wolf lectures, researches, and teaches worldwide. Dr. Wolf
has also appeared as the resident physicist on The Discovery Channel's
The Know Zone and on many radio talk shows and television shows
across the United States and abroad. He is an honored member of the
Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Scholars and has taught courses
at the Philosophical Research Society and the Holmes Institute. He is
an Assessing Editor for the Journal of Mind and Behavior.
Dr. David Albert, (web site) Professor
and Director of Philosophical Foundations of Physics, Columbia University,
specializes in Philosophical Problems of Quantum Mechanics, Philosophy
of Space and Time and Philosophy of Science.
Albert is the author of Quantum Mechanics and Experience and
Time and Chance, and has published many articles on quantum mechanics,
mostly in the Physical Review.
Dean Radin is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in Petaluma, California. He also serves as adjunct faculty at Sonoma State University and on the Distinguished Consulting Faculty at Saybrook Graduate School in San Francisco.
Dr. Radin earned a BSEE with honors, magna cum laude, in electrical engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and an MS in electrical engineering and PhD in psychology from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Early in his career he was a Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories and later a Principal Scientist at GTE Laboratories, where for a decade he was engaged in R&D on advanced telecommunications products, systems and devices.
For the past twenty years, he has conducted experimental studies of psi (“psychic”) phenomena in academia and industry, including appointments at Princeton University, University of Edinburgh, University of Nevada, and SRI International, the latter as a visiting scientist on a classified program of psi research. Before joining the IONS research staff, he was in charge of a research program at Interval Research Corporation (a Silicon Valley consumer electronics laboratory) and he was President of the Boundary Institute (a nonprofit research think-tank dedicated to the exploration of the boundaries between physics and consciousness).
Radin has served four times as President of the Parapsychological Association (PA), an international organization of scientists and scholars interested in psi phenomena, and is again President for 2005-2006. The PA is an elected affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He also serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Journal of Scientific Exploration, and Journal of the International Society of Life Information Science.
His research awards include the Parapsychological Association’s Outstanding Achievement Award and the Rhine Research Center ’s Alexander Imich Award for advances in experimental parapsychology. He earned three Special Merit Awards from GTE Laboratories and Bell Labs, and he has received numerous competitive research grants. These include awards from the Richard Hodgson Memorial Fund at Harvard University, the Bial Foundation in Portugal, the Parapsychology Foundation in New York, the Society for Psychical Research in London, the Swedish Society for Psychical Research in Stockholm, the Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene in Germany, the Bigelow Foundation in Las Vegas, and the Samueli Institute for Information Biology in Alexandria, Virginia.
Radin’s research has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, Psychology Today, Life, New Scientist, and the Wall Street Journal, and he has appeared on television programs including The Nature of Things (CBC), History’s Mysteries (History Channel), Closer to Truth (PBS), Thinking Allowed (PBS), NOVA (PBS), 20/20 (ABC), Life After Life (HBO), The Unexplained (A&E), Good Morning America (ABC), Discovery Magazine, Discovery Health, Daily Planet, Science Daily (Discovery Channel), and Unsolved Mysteries (NBC). He has presented over a hundred invited lectures to scientific and popular audiences around the world, is author or co-author of over 200 journal articles and technical reports, and is the author of the award-winning book, The Conscious Universe (1997, HarperCollins). His latest book is entitled Entangled Minds (Simon & Schuster Publishers), and is due for publication in April 2006.
NEUROLOGISTS, ANESTHESIOLOGISTS & PHYSICIANS
Dr. Masaru Emoto (www.masaru-emoto.net) is an internationally renowned researcher who has gained worldwide acclaim by showing how water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness. His message is simple, profound, and far-reaching. His photographs can be seen in Messages from Water Vols. I, II, and III (over one million sold internationally in twenty languages) and in The Hidden Messages in Water (over 500,000 copies in print in eleven languages), The True Power of Water, and The Secret Life of Water.
Born in 1943 in Japan, Emoto is a graduate of the Yokohama Municipal University’s Department of Humanities and Sciences with a focus on international relations. In 1992 he received certification from the Open International University as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine. Subsequently he was introduced to the concept of micro-cluster water in the United States. Thus began his quest to discover the mystery of water. Over time he realized that in its frozen crystal form, water shows us its true power.
In the March 2004 issue of The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Emoto did an astonishing photo essay for special medicine based on his research. He is currently the head of I.H.M. General Research Institute Inc., the President of I.H.M. Inc., and the chief representative of I.H.M.'s HADO Fellowship. Emoto conducts his research from Japan and holds seminars throughout the world. It was at his United Nations seminar in September 2003, that he fully comprehended the global water shortage. As a result of this experience, combined with the enactment of International Decade for Action, Emoto formed his own non-profit organization, “International Water for Life,” through which he will dedicate his water research to achieving world peace.
Stuart Hameroff M.D. (www.quantumconsciousness.org)
is a Professor in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Psychology,
and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at
the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. He is an attending anesthesiologist
at University of Arizona Medical Center, spending 4 days per week in
the surgical operating rooms. In the 1970s and 1980s he
studied the molecular mechanisms of anesthetic gases, and computation
in protein cytoskeletal structures microtubules that organize
interiors of the brains neurons and other cells.
Dr. Hameroffs words: In the early 1990's the study of consciousness
became increasingly popular and I was strongly influenced by Roger Penrose's The Emperor's New Mind (and later Shadows of the Mind, Oxford Press, 1989 and 1994). Quite famous for his work in relativity,
black holes, and quantum mechanics, Roger had turned to the problem
of consciousness and concluded the mind was more than complex computation.
Something else was necessary, and that something, he suggested, was
a particular type of quantum computation he was proposing ('objective
reduction' - a self-collapse of the quantum wave function due to quantum
gravity). He was linking consciousness to a basic process in underlying
space-time geometry - reality itself!
seemed fascinating and plausible to me, but Roger didn't have a good
candidate for a biological site for his proposed process. I thought,
could microtubules be quantum computers? I wrote to him,
and we soon met in his office in Oxford in September 1992. Roger was
struck by the mathematical symmetry and beauty of the microtubule lattice
and thought it was the optimal candidate for his proposed mechanism.
Over the next few years we began to develop a model for consciousness
involving Roger's objective reduction occurring in microtubules within
the brain's neurons.
Hameroffs publications include 150 peer reviewed papers including
three co-authored with Roger Penrose and 5 books including: Toward
a Science of Consciousness I-III (MIT Press 1996, 1998, 1999), and
Ultimate Computing Biomolecular Consciousness and Nanotechnology,
(Elsevier-North Holland 1987.)
Jeffrey Satinover, M.D. (psychiatry), (www.satinover.com) M.S. (physics, doctoral candidate in physics). For over twenty years, Dr. Satinover has been an author and practicing psychiatrist. He was until recently a teaching fellow and doctoral student in the department of physics at Yale University, where he has completed a master�s degree as a member of the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics group and Yale's newly-established W. H. Keck Foundation Center for Quantum Information Physics. His area of research is in supersymmetric many-body theory as applied to quantum computation. His most recent book, The Quantum Brain, explores the interface of neuroscience, computation, artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics. He is presently completing his doctorate in physics at the Laboratoire de Physique de la Matiere Condensee at the University of Nice, Sophia Antipolis, under the direction of Didier Sornette, pursuing new techniques in the prediction of chaotic time series, with applications to biological systems, climate change and markets.
Dr. Satinover is past president of the C.G. Jung Foundation of New York, a former Fellow in Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry at Yale University and William James Lecturer in Psychology and Religion at Harvard University. He is the author of the chapter on Jungian psychotherapy in the just-released Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy (Academic Press). He speaks widely on matters of public and educational policy and also on the interface of science and religion. He is one of three co-authors of a program of rigorous educational reforms that were adopted by the San Diego Independent School District, the nation's sixth largest. He has been asked on a number of occasions to consult to Congress and to prepare Supreme Court amici briefs. From time to time his talks are broadcast on C-Span. He served in the United States Army National Guard as a combat helicopter Flight Surgeon for the State of Connecticut and later as an Army Reserve psychiatrist.
Dr. Satinover also designs market-neutral trading strategies for hedge funds that integrate statistical and adaptive (i.e., neural network, genetic algorithm and evolutionary programming) methods with extremely rigorous data collection, error-trapping and analysis.
Dr. Satinover has written five books that have been translated into nine languages worldwide. George Gilder, best-selling author and publisher of the Gilder Technology Report says that "The Quantum Brain is the first great book of the 21st century-and the first definitively 21st century book� A heroic and historic new vision that will be read with admiration and amazement in centuries to come�a promethean work." Jack Tuzsynski, Professor of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Alberta has hailed it as, "A great feat... Like no other book I know. The Quantum Brain... set[s] new standards for popular science writing. A tapestry of insights from... mathematics, computer science,...quantum physics, cell biology and more. Even the most active players in the fields of artificial intelligence or neurophysiology will find new information in this book."
Dr. Satinover has also written the book, Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth. He teaches Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties part-time in the Department of Politics at Princeton University (resuming in the Fall of 2005).
Dr. Satinover lives in Weston, Connecticut, his home for twenty-two years, with his wife, Julie. They have three daughters, Sarah, Anni and Jenny.
Andrew B. Newberg M.D. () is
currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at the
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and is a staff physician
in Nuclear Medicine. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania
School of Medicine in 1993. His research, which has been performed in
collaboration with the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, has
focused not only on specific disorders, but also on various activation
studies designed to explore how brain function is associated with various
has published numerous articles and chapters on the topics of brain
function and neuroimaging and has presented his research at both national
and international meetings. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine,
Nuclear Medicine, and Nuclear Cardiology.
Newberg has been particularly involved in the study of mystical and
religious experiences as well as the more general mind/body relationship
in both the clinical and research aspects of his career. Much of his
research has focused on the relationship between brain function and
various mystical and religious experiences. His research also includes
understanding the physiological correlates of acupuncture therapy, meditation,
and other types of alternative therapies.
has presented his work at scientific and religious meetings throughout
the world and has appeared on Good Morning America, ABC World News
Tonight as well as in a number of media articles including Newsweek,
the New Scientist and the National Catholic Reporter.
was an associate director of the Neuroscience Section for the consensus
conference on Scientific Research on Spirituality and Health sponsored
by the National Institute of Healthcare Research and was a member of
the advisory board for the American Association for the Advancement
of Science Program on Science and Religion.
has also co-authored two books entitled, Why God Wont Go Away:
Brain Science and the Biology of Belief and The Mystical Mind:
Probing the Biology of Belief, that explore the relationship between
neuroscience and spiritual experience. The latter book received the
2000 award for Outstanding Books in Theology and the Natural Sciences
presented by the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences.
Dr. Daniel Monti M.D. (web site) received his Doctor of Medicine, summa cum laude, from The State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine in 1992. His Postdoctoral work was in the Research Scholars Program, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA. He is currently Chief of Complementary Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College and Director of the Mind-Body Medicine for the Myrna Brind Jefferson Center for Integrative Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Monti�s research has covered a broad range of topics and include grants in: Mindfulness-Based Art Therapy for Cancer Patients, Alternative Therapies in Disease, and Muscle Test Responses to Semantic Statements. His research into mind/body healing has earned him: NeuroEmotional Technique Doctor of the Year Award, and Tree of Life Award (for "contributions to the Wellness of the Community at Large") presented at the "Wellness of You" Lecture Series, Philadelphia, PA.
He recently completed two studies with cancer patients. First, he just completed a two year clinical trial on the effects of an intervention he and his team developed for cancer patients that incorporates mindfulness meditation skills combined with creative artistic expression. The results showed that the eight-week intervention dramatically reduced-stress related medical symptoms and significantly improved quality of life. The results are currently being prepared for publication in a medical journal. This study was funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Secondly, he has begun studies on a mind-body-energy intervention called Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) with traumatized cancer patients. The preliminary data is shows that the patients who receive the NET intervention have decreased distress and improved immune systems.
Dr. Monti is currently writing a scientifically based book for the lay audience on how mind, body, and the energetic systems are part of an intricate network that constitutes our physical and mental health. The book will focus on strategies for identifying and resolving blocks to having a successful, healthful life. The book is expected to be released in 2005.
Joseph Dispenza, D.C.
(www.drjoedispenza.com) studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating magna cum laude. Dr. Dispenza’s postgraduate training and continuing education has been in neurology, neurophysiology, and brain function.
He is the recipient of a Clinical Proficiency Citation for clinical excellence in doctor-patient relationships from Life University and a member of the International Chiropractic Honor Society.
His new DVD series, Your Immortal Brain, looks at the ways in which the human brain can be used to create reality through the mastery of thought.
Candace Pert (web site) was
a graduate student in her mid-twenties when she discovered the opiate
receptor, the cellular bonding site for endorphins, the body's natural
painkillers, which she calls our "underlying mechanism for bliss
and bonding." This breakthrough presaged a sea change in scientific
understanding of human internal communication systems, pointing the
way toward the information-based model that is now supplanting the long-dominant
the years since, Candace Pert has focused her research on developing
non-toxic pharmaceuticals that selectively block receptor sites for
the AIDS virus. She has also pursued the threateningly interdisciplinary relationship between the nervous and immune systems, developing documentation
of a body-wide communication system mediated by peptide molecules and
their receptors, which she perceives to be the biochemical basis of
emotion and the potential key to many of the most challenging diseases
of our time.
Pert was awarded her Ph.D. in pharmacology, with distinction, in 1974,
from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Pert conducted
a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Postdoctoral Fellowship with the
Department of Pharmacology at Johns Hopkins from 1974-1975. After 1975,
she held a variety of research positions with the National Institutes
of Health, and until 1987, served as Chief of the Section on Brain Biochemistry
of the Clinical Neuroscience Branch of the National Institute of Mental
Pert is an internationally recognized pharmacologist who has published
over 250 scientific articles on peptides and their receptors and the
role of these neuropeptides in the immune system. She has an international
reputation in the field of neuropeptide and receptor pharmacology, and
chemical neuroanatomy. She has lectured worldwide on these and other
subjects, including her theories on emotions and mind-body communication.
Dr. Pert holds a number of patents for modified peptides in the treatment
of psoriasis, Alzheimer's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, stroke,
and head trauma. One of these, Peptide T, is currently in a Phase II
trial in San Francisco for the treatment of AIDS and neuroAIDS.
best-selling book, Molecules of Emotion is noteworthy both as
an insider's history of the changing scientific paradigm and as one
woman's journey of growth and understanding.
SPIRITUAL TEACHERS, MYSTICS AND SCHOLARS
of the great enigmas that scientists have studied in the last decade
is Ramtha, a mystic, philosopher, master teacher and hierophant. His
partnership with American woman JZ Knight, his channel, still baffles
scholars. Results of their studies point to a decidedly non-local phenomenon
and were presented at a conference titled In Search of the Self
The Role of Consciousness in the Construction of Reality on February 8 and 9, 1997. At this gathering scholars from faculties
of Quantum Physics, Parapsychology, Anthropology, Sociology and Theology
who had studied Knight for two years, presented their findings.
a sophisticated polygraph, noted parapsychologists Ian Wickramasekera
and Stanley Krippner of Saybrook Graduate School repeatedly observed
that while JZ Knight is channeling Ramtha, the readings of her brain-wave
activity shift to delta, and that the lower cerebellum operates her
body which talks, walks, eats, drinks and dances while Ramtha teaches about the mystery of mind over matter.
Through a coherent system of thought that unifies scientific knowledge
with esoteric knowledge of spirit, his students study biology, neurophysiology,
neurochemistry and quantum physics. Like Bohm he declares that consciousness
is the ground of all being. In his own lifetime 35,000 years ago he
learned to separate his consciousness from his body, raise its frequency
and eventually take it with him. He has been one of the few human beings
to become an eyewitness to the seen, and, the unseen.
Miceal Ledwith, Ph.D. was
Professor of Systematic Theology for sixteen years at Maynooth College
in Ireland and subsequently served for ten years as President of the
was a member of the International Theological Commission, a small group
of theologians of international standing, charged with advising the
Holy See on theological matters. He also served as Chairman of the Committee
of Heads of the Irish Universities and as a member of the governing
Bureau of the Conference of European University Presidents (CRE).
has lectured extensively throughout Europe, South Africa, Japan, Australia,
Mexico, and North America. His forthcoming books are entitled The
Message Whose Time Has Come Again and The Ascent to God: The
Souls Journey Within.
Lynne McTaggart is the award-winning author of the bestselling book The Field (ivingthefield.com). She's best known as founder and editor (with her publisher husband Bryan Hubbard) of the UK and the US 's leading publisher of newsletters and books on alternative health and spirituality, including the international newsletter What Doctors Don't Tell You. Burton Goldberg and Deborah Ray as well as many others have referred to What Doctors Don’t Tell You as 'the finest health newsletter in the world’ (www.wddty.com). She's also written a book called What Doctors Don't Tell You and two earlier books.
Lynne has become a well-respected spokesperson in both the UK and the US on consciousness, the new physics, and the practices of conventional and alternative medicine. She resides in London and New York with her husband and their two daughters.
Lynne began work on The Field in 1994 as a personal quest to see if any new scientific theories could explain how homeopathy and spiritual healing work. This journey took her to many areas around the globe, meeting with top frontier scientists in Russia, Germany, France, England, South American, Central America and the US.
"During these meetings, I made incredible discoveries," says Lynne. "What these scientists were working on seemed to overthrow the current laws of biology, chemistry and physics. Their work not only offered an explanation of why homeopathy and spiritual healing might work. Their theories and experiments also compounded into a new science, a new view of the world."
For several years she immersed herself in quantum physics and pored through hundreds of scientific papers. Her task was to decode what was often impenetrable work into something that ordinary readers could understand. After many years and countless discussions with the scientists concerned, to see how their individual findings might fit together, she synthesized their individual work into a cohesive whole.
The Field has been widely lauded by scientific and spiritual leaders thinkers alike as one of the most provoking books of its kind.
Arthur C. Clarke called it an "important book that stretches the imagination'. Dr Wayne Dyer refers to The Field as "one of the most powerful and enlightening books I have ever read. A magnificent job of presenting the hard evidence for what spiritual masters have been telling us for centuries." Laudatory plaudits have come from both the physics and the spiritual camps, and The Field has now been published in ten languages.
As a response to the many thousands of readers who wanted to know how to incorporate the ideas about the new science into their daily lives, Lynne and her company created the Living The Field, thefirst systemized course in expanding human consciousness based on hard science. This written monthly master class aims to offer a blueprint for living an integrated and holistic life according to the new paradigms, with exercises to help heighten psychic abilities, spiritual development, and healing powers.
She also founded the Living the Field community, in which participants interested in living according to the new paradigm are meeting in small groups to incorporate these views and improve their own lives and their communities. Her company holds regular Living The Field workshops and conferences, where the world’s leading scientists and quantum physicists speak and enlighten, side by side with healers and remote viewers.
Lynne is now at work on a follow-up to The Field.
About the Interviews, Interviewees
and Content of the Films
The people who were interviewed in What the #$*! Do We Know?! and What the #$*! Down the Rabbit Hole were chosen based on a number of criteria: books they�d written that were read by the filmmakers, lectures and presentations that they�d given which had been attended by various of the filmmakers, and recommendations by others in the experts� respective fields. Ultimately, we chose these people to interview because their professional work was germane to the topics being addressed in the film. Still, the filmmakers do not necessarily support each and every statement made by all the interviewees.
By the same token, it�s also true that the people themselves who were interviewed in the film do not completely agree with each and every statement made in the film. Many professional perspectives are presented. The filmmakers chose to represent them all in the film, but it could never be possible in a film� or, perhaps, in life! � to get a group of 14 extraordinary people such as these to agree completely on a single cosmological view.