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  • Network Review Winter 2002 Issue No: 80 Not available
  • Network Review Summer 2002 Issue No: 79 You can download the pdf here.
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  • Network Review Summer 2001 Issue No: 76 Articles The Light of Consciousness – Peter Russell The Primacy of Connectivity: Onward from the Manifesto – Chris Clarke, Isabel Clarke Near Death Experiences in Cardiac Arrest and the Mystery of Consciousness – Sam Parnia Science and Religion: a Personal View of their Relation – George Ellis Harnessing Science and Religion: Societal Ramifications of the New Scientific Conception of Human Beings –Henry Stapp Freeing the Scientific Imagination from ...
  • Network Review Spring 2001 Issue No: 75 Articles Manifesto for an Integral Science of Consciousness – ed David Lorimer A New Paradigm for Life Beyond genetic determinism – Richard Strohman Science and Religion as Ways of Knowing – Piet Hut Antidote and the Network: Mind the Gap – David Brazier Consciousness and Health: another perspective from India – Natalie Tobert Is Consciousness an Epiphenomenon? I Think Not! – Max Velmans A Simple PK Training Device – Roger Taylor Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality Award ...
  • Network Review Winter 2000 Issue No: 74 Articles Message from the New Chair of Council – Chris Clarke Science and Wisdom – Compassion – Ravi Ravindra Tibetan and Western Models of Mind – Part 2 – David Fontana Initiative for a World Future Council – Jakob von Uexkull Crossing to Safety: Synchronicity and Soul-Making – Victor Mansfield Time’s a One Way Ticket – Or Is It? – Chris Nunn The Human Genome Project – John Cornwell Water Fluoride: As Much Harm As ...
  • Network Review Summer 2000 Issue No: 73 Articles Essay Review: Tibetan and Western Models of Mind – David Fontana Consciousness and Conquest – Christian de Quincey Being Scientific About Our Selves – Mary Midgley The Scole Event – Montague Keen The Scole Report – Some Implications for Parapsychology – Crawford Knox A View of Our Wholeness – Alan Smithson Healing with Intent – Toni Bunnell Reports Mystics and Scientists 23 – Vision – Ron Brady Continental Meeting Växjö, Sweden 12-14 May 2000 – Ove Svidén The May Dialogue – Origins ...
  • Network Review Spring 2000 Issue No: 72 Articles Consciousness and the Snare of Civilisation – A Reappraisal of Human Evolution – Emilios Bouratinos Consciousness, Gravity and the Quantum: An interview with Sir Roger Penrose – Chris Clarke Madness and Mysticism: clarifying the mystery – Isabel Clarke Expanding Humanity’s Vision of God – Max Payne The Imaginal In Ancient Persian Religion and Modern Experience – Paul Devereux A Broader Look at the Spiritual Emergence Experience: Implications for ...
  • Network Review Winter 1999 Issue No: 71 Editorial The Network is Changing – or is it? – Chris Clarke and Julian Candy Articles What a Piece of Work is Man: Humanism, Religion, and the New Cosmology – Theodore Roszak Time: A Dimension of Consciousness or of Actual Reality? – Kurt Dressler Rebalancing the Masculine and the Feminine – Anne Baring God, Science and Jnani : A New Framework – Mike King The Implications of Modern Science for a New World ...
  • Network Review Summer 1999 Issue No: 70 Articles Editorial – What Does the Network Stand For? – Max Payne Review Article – Miracle in the Void: The New Energy Revolution – Dr Brian O’Leary and Stephen Kaplan Cancer and Morphogenetic Fields – Eli Erich Lasch The Unexplained Powers of Animals – Rupert Sheldrake Parmenides and the Origins of Western Thought – An Interview with Peter Kingsley Integration of Spirituality and Medicine Continues in US – Larry Dossey Reports The Science ...
  • Network Review Spring 1999 Issue No: 69 Articles Editorial – New Educational Initiative – Peter Fenwick and Max Payne The Blaker Foundation – Exploring the Frontiers of Science and Human Experience – Joan Walton Holistic Science Comes of Age – Brian Goodwin A New Teaching Centre in London – Michael Baigent Morality, Metaphor and Dreaming: A New Perspective – Montague Ullman From Water Memory to Digital Biology – Jacques Benveniste Two Views of Consilience – Max Payne and Brian Goodwin Science as an ...
  • Network Review Summer 1998 Issue No: 67 Articles Glancing Back and Forth – George Blaker The Basic Concepts of Alternative Medicine and their Impact on our Views of Health – Stephen Fulder Mammon Gone Mad: the dangers of biotechnology – Moyra Bremner Interview with Ken Wilber – Network Unsolicited Altered States of Consciousness – Natalie Tobert Love as a Cosmic Force – John Broomfield Vitamin B6 – What Next? – Major Gordon Smith Boring but Important: the Fluoride Issue – Peter Mansfield Reports Tuscon III: ...
  • Network Review Winter 1998 Issue No: 68 Articles How to Understand and Experience Love – Peter Fenwick The Right Temporal Lobe and Associated Limbic Lobe Structures as the Biological Interface with an Interconnected Universe – Melvin Morse Lessons from the Light: What We Can Learn from the Near-death Experience – Kenneth Ring Molecules of Emotion: Martin Redfern interviews Candace Pert – Martin Redfern Is there an ‘X Factor’ in Schizophrenic Illness? – Peter K. Chadwick Sir ...
  • Network Review Spring 1998 Issue No: 66 Editorial Guest Editorial – Peter Fenwick Articles Dowsing: a Review – Anne Miller Yoga and the future Science of Consciousness: some notes – Ravi Ravindra On Consciousness and Medievalism – Chris Nunn Personal Consciousness Development in the Network – Arthur Ellison Integrated Healthcare: A Way Forward? – HRH The Prince of Wales Mind over Matter? The Art of Holistic Medicine – Merlin Willcox Weird Water – Peter Harper Karl Popper and Isaiah Berlin – Henryk Skolimowski Reports The State of the World ...
  • Network Review Winter 1997 Issue No: 65 Editorial Experiment and Experience – David Lorimer Articles Goethe’s Organic Vision – Henri Bortoft –> broken link Consciousness — Creativity — Responsibility – Ervin Laszlo –> broken link The Myth of Medical Education – Zoë Playdon –> broken link Birth and Death: Passwords to the Human Spiritual Encounter – Andrew Powell –> broken link Consciousness in Yoga Philosophy – Mick Burley –> broken link Reports Beyond the Brain II: Frontiers in Consciousness and Healing – Julian Candy Dialogue: a Bohmian ...
  • Network Review Summer 1997 Issue No: 64 Editorial Madness in the Method – Mary Midgley Articles Inter-disciplinary Consciousness Studies – Emilios Buratinos The Inner Eye of Consciousness – Don Eldridge A Matter of Mind or Matter – Kim Jobst Return to the Meeting Place for Art, Science and Spirituality – Peter Chadwick The Aura and Reality – Bob Cripps –> broken link Why Dossey is an Energy Monist – Mark B. Woodhouse Stresspeak – Angela Patmore Progress by Critique – Ronald Pearson –> broken link Reports Twentieth Mystics and Scientists Conference – Lew ...
  • Network Review Spring 1997 Issue No: 63 Editorial Financial Imperatives for the Network Articles Energy Talk – Larry Dossey The Moving Ground Cosmos – Henrik B. Tschudi The Field Substance of Mind: A Hypothesis – Robert A. Charman Dialogue of Henri Bergson – David Lorimer and Rupert Sheldrake Time: a Challenge to Physics? – Michael Friedjung Reports Spirituality and Medicine, St. Petersberg – Alexander Kopytin The Placebo Response, London – Julian Candy Retreat to Paradise: SMN Jamaica – Janine Edge The ...
  • Network Review Summer 1996 Issue No: 61 Editorial The Network Ethos: a personal view – Diana Clift Articles Frequently Asked Questions about Parapsychology: a ‘State of the Art’ Review – Editor: Dr. Dean I. Radin Language in the Human Potential Movement – Dr. Lawrence LeShan The New Physics and the Wholistic Self – Emmanuel Ransford Fuzzy Thinking – Prof. Guy Claxton Free Energy? Water as Fuel? – Dr. Roger Taylor Reports The Seventh Continental Members’ Meeting: ...
  • Network Review Winter 1996 Issue No: 62 You can download the pdf here.
Electromagnetic Waves

Are PSI phenomena transmitted by Electromagnetic Waves?

One of the main objections raised against the existence of paranormal phenomena is the lack of a scientific mechanism to explain how they happen. Several scientists have proposed that the carriers are electromagnetic waves, perhaps ultra-low frequency waves. In a recent review article that examines this question, Craig Weiler recounts […]

Transcending the Brain – At least some cases of physical damage are associated with enriched consciousness or cognitive skill

Despite significant advances in neuroscience, consciousness remains a vexing mystery. Because the qualities of experience seem to be irreducible to physical parameters,1 a hypothesis that has been garnering attention is that consciousness is fundamental and spatially unbound, the brain corresponding to a dissociation or localization of its contents.2At first sight, […]

Consciousness

Dr. Edward F. Kelly: Consciousness is More Than a Product of Brain Activity

“Consciousness is More than a Product of Brain Activity”- a lecture presented by Dr. Edward F. Kelly author/editor of ‘Irreducible Mind’ and ‘Beyond Physicalism’, and director of the Ray Westphal neuro-imaging lab at UVA DOPS. In this video, Dr. Kelly presents his research and ideas regarding the nature of mind […]

electric rose

An electric rose by any other name….

That living processes in plants and animals involve electricity has been known for almost two centuries. Around 1900, the biologist J.C. Bose researched how living tissues generate electricity. He went as far as to propose that the flow of electricity in plant tissues mimicked that of animal nerve cells. Perhaps, […]

Donald Trump by Gage Skidmore

Paradoxes of Wilber’s Appreciation of the Trump Challenge by Anthony Judge

Introduction Few with a philosophical or psychological inclination have as yet commented extensively on the significance of the election of Donald Trump. The insights of George Lakoff are a valuable exception (Understanding Trump, 23 July 2016), although he holds the view that Trump won by somehow breaking the current rules […]

Bell’s Theorem – Is Everything Predetermined?

Is quantum entanglement real? When two photons are created at the same time, and then separated over some distance, are they still mysteriously in touch with each other, so that what one photon does affects what the other photon does — instantaneously? The concept was first quantified by Bell in […]

Kirlian photo

Bioelectricity – Nature’s Book of Instructions

One of the today’s unanswered questions in developmental biology, is what causes an organism to grow from an egg and acquire the form that it does. The study of how living forms develop and acquire their final shapes occupied much of Goethe’s life, and inspired his theory of forms.  Since […]

GM Corn

Differences found between GMO and non-GMO corn

A recent article published by Sustainable Food Trust on 22 December 2016 in Farming, points out significant compositional changes between non-GMO corn, and Roundup-resistant GMO corn. The study was led by Dr Michael Antoniou at King’s College London. The report states, In-depth analysis of types of proteins (“proteomics”) and small biochemical molecules (“metabolomics”) revealed major compositional differences […]