Ervin László is a Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist, originally a classical pianist. He is an. 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. According to Ervin Laszlo, the coherence of the atom and the galaxies is the same coherence that keeps living cells together, cooperating to form life. When a .
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I loved his first book on Systems Theory and also like h I’ve been reading books on the search for a Theory of Everything. In talking about cosmic consciousness, he refers to Richard Bucke as an American mystic. A Deeper Look at Quantum Consciousness”.
Mar 23, Vicky rated it it was ok. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Buy the selected items together This item: Akashi occurred after the birth of his first son and gradually, this quest took over his life. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
Design and evolution do not exclude each other; indeed they require one another. One of their two sons is Alexander Laszlo.
Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything
Showing of 32 reviews. For me, this book was a challenging read, but well worth the effort. He notes four points that I shall quote here as they are mark stones for further research on the matter: Akasha embraces the properties of all five elements: These are the folk that go madly hopping about like magpies looking for the shiny trinkets of apparent value from many diverse fields and then attempts to join them into a convergent systems theory that meets with the umbrella of their own beliefs and biases.
The encoding mechanism itselfhe sees as holographic in nature and arise out of the coherent interference patterns setup and created by the interpenetration entanglement of the waves represented by the wave functions of individual quanta.
In the book, he talks of Pierre S. One of my favorite books along Scientists have long been searching for a Theory of Everything, an equation that combines all forces in Nature. He has published about 75 books and over papers, [ citation needed ] and is editor of World Futures: Some of Laszlo’s glimpses into what the deeper layers may have in store for us are perceptively mildly controversial, as to be expected, and I believe welcomed. I see little value in this book. His basic premise is a philosophic one, built upon the life works of brilliant scholars in each of these fields.
Aug 19, Sirpa Grierson rated it liked it Recommends it for: Statements that a ‘vacuum’ e. Einstein and Bohm fall into this latter category. Harold Saxton Burr has anticipated it with his concept of the L-field. There is a interconnection think of the butterfly effect between everything on the micro and marco level within the entire Metaverse think of this as the mother or pattern for all of the universes. Not really an integral theory of everything, more like a refurbished theory of almost everything, where cold hard science is mixed with freakish events.
In fact, he sees matter as arising out of and interchangeable with space. This usually involves physics, which can be tough to follow for us non-scientists. Laszlo extrapolates that if you could identify and reverse engineer the interference patterns caused by these cosmic ripples, they would act as a historical footprint of every action that has ever taken place in the universe. Lazlo includes an underlying universal consciousness in the mix that itself evolves through iterations of the universe as it continually explodes and implodes.
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Need to finish taking notes and get an overall perspective and return to write this review properly. Still final chapter to read! Although, by the second half of the book, he does end up making some hefty intellectual leaps, I can’t help but reflect rhe the fact that no great mind has ever adhered completely to the ‘box of reality’.
The ervon mistakes that I believe Ervin makes are that he takes the world of matter and space, to be real in and of itself. Gasp–it even verges on reaching for answers to those terrible questions that tippy-toe about the sublime.
As stated in his autobiographical statement at the end of this book we learn that Laszlo was a concert pianist before he became interested in searching for meaning through science. I would not say the message is “Revelatory”, but the beauty of the interconnectedness of all reality is hardly expressed well. Using these concepts the author goes on to examine the source of the universe, and the nature of consciousness both human and cosmic.
He believes that the hypothesis solves several problems that emerge from quantum physicsespecially nonlocality and quantum entanglement. Jan 24, Meaghan rated it really liked it. If I was stranded on an island and had a choice of 10 books this would be first on my list.