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.
Rupert's talk at Breaking Convention 2017: the 4th International Conference on Psychedelic Consciousness, the University of Greenwich London, June 30th, 2017.
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.
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.
Morphic Resonance, Collective Memory and the Habits of Nature, Jan 20th 2009.
A 1994 BBC series showcasing controversial theories by mavericks in mainstream science.
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.