Philosophy, Mysticism, Spirituality, and Science with Vernon Neppe

source: New Thinking Allowed    2016年5月26日
Vernon Neppe, MD, PhD, FRSSAf, is a neuropsychiatrist and head of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute in Seattle. He is author, with physicist Edward Close, of Reality Begins with Consciousness: A Paradigm Shift that Works. He is also author of Déjà Vu Revisited, Déjà Vu: A Second Look, Déjà Vu: Glossary and Library, Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope, and Innovative Psychopharmacotherapy. His professional publications number over 700. Dr Neppe has amplified many of his concepts in two of the websites linked with his work. On www.Brainvoyage.com, his books are amplified. www.VernonNeppe.org is his gateway and includes more information on the Neppe-Close model of the Triadic Distinction Vortical Paradigm.
Here, Dr. Neppe notes that, while science and mysticism might seem antithetical to each other, this need not be the case. Many ancient philosophers had a deep interest in mysticism. In spite of modern prejudices, this is still the case for many great thinkers in both science and philosophy. Neppe describes his own approach, which involves a “unified monism”. This means, among other things, that the discrete world of finite reality is one with the continuous domain of infinity. The implication of this unity are significant for science and mathematics as well as for spiritual development.

New Thinking Allowed host, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, is author of The Roots of Consciousness, Psi Development Systems, and The PK Man. Between 1986 and 2002 he hosted and co-produced the original Thinking Allowed public television series. He is the recipient of the only doctoral diploma in "parapsychology" ever awarded by an accredited university (University of California, Berkeley, 1980). He is also past-president of the non-profit Intuition Network, an organization dedicated to creating a world in which all people are encouraged to cultivate and apply their inner, intuitive abilities.
(Recorded on April 17, 2016)

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