A talk Rupert gave at Hollyhock, on Cortes Island, British Columbia in August 2017. He explores the evolution of the sense of beauty in animals and humans, and comes to the conclusion that beauty seems to be inherent in nature and also in our minds.
Rupert Sheldrake, a biologist and author, is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory.
Scientific and Medical Network
Book of the Year Award Winner
"Thirty years after his first heretical books, Sheldrake's new one, Science Set Free, is a landmark achievement. No science writing has inspired me more."
— Deepak Chopra,
San Francisco Chronicle
Participate in Online Experiments
Rupert invites you to participate in his ongoing research. No previous experience is necessary and the online tests can be done immediately. Most of these experiments are suitable for use in schools and colleges, and some make an excellent basis for student projects.
The Science Delusion
Discussions between Mark Vernon and Rupert about science, religion and consciousness.
A series of lively, far-reaching discussions between Rupert and his close friends Ralph Abraham and Terence McKenna.
Dialogues on Consciousness and Spirituality between Rupert and Matthew Fox.
Rupert's dialogues with Marc Andrus, the Anglican Bishop of California.
- Der Wissenschaftswahn
- Das Gedächtnis der Natur
- Das schöpferische Universum
- Der siebte Sinn der Tiere
- Der siebte Sinn des Menschen
- Engel - die kosmische Intelligenz
- Denken am Rande des Undenkbaren
- Die Seele ist ein Feld
- Sieben Experimente, die die Welt verändern könnten
- Rupert Sheldrake in der Diskussion