: Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything ( ): Ervin Laszlo: Books. Science and the Akashic Field by Ervin Laszlo – Presents the unifying world- concept long sought by scientists, mystics, and sages: an Integral Theory of. 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.

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After each “Big Bang” the universe emerges more organized than before, as it seeks to evolve its own consciousness.

Ervin László – RationalWiki

They arise out of his attempt to reconcile his direct experience of his own consciousness with his concurrent belief in an external world of matter.

This field consists of a subtle sea of fluctuating energies from which all things arise: 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 no scientist would seriously doubt.

There are a few stretches where his efforts to popularize 20th century physics are pretty good, but I doubt that any reader who would benefit from them would be able to tell when he goes off the deep end.

And so people experiences their dreams as real but find them to be false and lacking substance on awaking, those with schizophrenia and on drugs experience worlds that do not exist apart from their own mind and belief in them and we all share in some individual and collective hallucinations that we then take to be true amd self-evident because we experience them and they are validated from the apparent outside.

The ancient Rishis reached it through a disciplined, spiritual way of life, and through yoga. In one limiting context, it may appear as a dog, in a lower one as a cell and in a lower one still as a rock.

The latter is referred to as a state of dynamic equilibrium.

Although, by the second half of the book, he does end up making some hefty intellectual leaps, I can’t help but reflect on the fact that laxzlo great mind has ever adhered completely to the ‘box of reality’. Inhe was elected an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. And that of course is exactly the point, for if the mind is one, the differences are only on the surface, as an expression of the thought of separation and difference, but below the phenomenal level is essentially just one thought of separation, and under that again is pure oneness.


Science and the Akashic Field

Marring mythological elements, jedi philosophy, and incomplete scientific theory out comes this work of utter nonsense. But it is all mindless and without meaning and our attempts to add meaning to the meaningless are feild attempts of escapism and the fundamental Truth that we cannot and did not create ourselves for our creation is beyond our own error.

Dec 04, Julian Hadlow rated it it was amazing.

Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love. That it akasuic 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.

It really is a beautiful idea, but the presentation here leaves something to be desired. In talking about cosmic consciousness, he refers to Richard Bucke as an American mystic. Laszlo argues as Ken Wilber has as well that a genuine TOE must take into account, not only the physical universe, but also life, mind, culture and consciousness.

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.

In the book, he talks of Pierre S. The question “Design or evolution?

The winner of the Luxembourg Peace Prize, he lives in Tuscany. I liked the thought that the information is everywhere, present through the space and time. From the world of science he confirms our deepest intuitions of the oneness of creation in the Integral Theory of Everything. One of their two sons is Alexander Laszlo. It calls for the recognition that information is not an abstract concept: This field consists of a subtle sea of fluctuating energies from which all things arise: I did not read this book but browsed it instead.


This enthralling vision of mind, science, and universe is essential reading for the 21st century.

Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything

I think Feynman could have condensed this book into a single chapter. Although, by the second half of the book, he does end up making some paszlo intellectual leaps, I can’t help akasbic What a wonderful gem of a book.

These phenomena call for an explanation, and the simplest and most logical explanation is a field that links the entities that prove to be nonlocally coherent.

We create this artifice of our experience as a cover to hide from God. What really ‘bothers me, however, is that the ‘akasha’ from which the new term is derived, comes from Hinduism, and is to be found in Brahma This understanding takes the world outside back inside us.

Coherence of the non-local kind is one such puzzle. Open Preview See a Problem? Not really an lzszlo theory of everything, more like a refurbished theory of almost everything, where cold hard science is mixed with freakish events. These are not the inner explorers or those real thinkers that build from below ground level often from first principles that need to be invented and to establish a new framework or context that does not yet exist.

Science and the Akashic Field | Book by Ervin Laszlo | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster

I borrowed this book from my local public library, but will end up purchasing it for my own collection. Price may vary by retailer. They described their experience, and made Akasha an essential element of the philosophy and mythology of India. It suggests a higher order evolution in our mental and psychic development than a higher order objective dimensional existence and is closer therefore to the understandings of Ouspensky and Kant.

Sign up and get a free eBook! What a foeld gem of a book. I spend a lot of time just sitting and contemplating the universe.