Morphic Resonance After Forty Years
My first book A New Science of Life was published on June 21, 1981, forty years ago, in which I proposed the hypothesis of morphic resonance, the idea that memory is inherent in nature. I recently gave this talk to the Institute of Noetic Science and the British Scientific and Medical Network.
Psychedelic Experience And Morphic Resonance 25:36
Rupert's talk at Breaking Convention 2017: the 4th International Conference on Psychedelic Consciousness, the University of Greenwich London, June 30th, 2017.
Morphic Resonance: Keynote Lecture 1:11:16
2013 International Gathering of Eden Energy Medicine
IGEEM, sponsored by Donna Eden, is a gathering of leading-edge thinkers exploring the powerful effects of energy on our bodies, our consciousness, and our world.
Morphic Fields and Family Constellations 7:09
Recorded at the IONS Conference, San Francisco, 2012
Morphogenetic Fields 1:17:45
Biology of Transformation Conference, London, September 22, 2007
The Habits of Nature 31:10
How The Light Gets In festival, 2014, is one of the best non-technical summaries of the idea that nature forms habits rather than laws, evolving overtime through morphic resonance.
Goldsmiths College, University of London 1:03:19
Morphic Resonance, Collective Memory and the Habits of Nature, Jan 20th 2009.
Heretics of Science BBC series 29:00
A 1994 BBC series showcasing controversial theories by mavericks in mainstream science.
Thinking Allowed with Dr Jeffrey Mishlove 17:00
In this episode of the Public Television program Thinking Allowed, host Jeffrey Mishlove and Rupert Sheldrake discuss the concepts presentend in A New Science of Life and further developed in The Presence of the Past.