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  • A Journey from Bones to Energy – Brian Isbell Dr. Brian Isbell discussed the importance of a holistic approach when trying to help patients and why this patient-centric approach is the key to provision of better health care. https://youtu.be/UN_-n_wSNFk
  • A Quest for Meaning We would like to share with you the film documentary A Quest for Meaning, which tells the story of two childhood friends who go around the world to meet the great thinkers of our time. In drawing together their messages and with great humor and optimism, Marc and Nathanael invite us to join them on ...
  • An Introduction to the Scientific and Medical Network   I hope you have had some at least of your questions answered about who we are and what we do.  If you have any further questions then do please contact us and we will be pleased to discuss things further. Please consider seriously joining the SMN. Your membership (both involvement and monetary) will help us further ...
  • Changing Paradigms in Economics: Economics as Relationships – Dr. Peter Bowman A paradigm shift in economics is well over due, argues Dr. Peter Bowman. The way we deal with money, employment and consumer goods as well as the way the market place operates all is need of a paradigm shift if things are to improve.
  • Chris Bache – ‘Diamonds from Heaven’ Interview by Iain McNay Link to Video Chris is author of several books including ‘Lifecycles – a study of reincarnation in light of contemporary consciousness research’; ‘Dark Night, Early Dawn – a pioneering work in psychedelic philosophy and collective consciousness’; and ‘The Living Classroom,’ an exploration of teaching and collective fields of consciousness.’ He is currently completing his new book, ...
  • Conciousness and Dying – Dr Peter Fenwick Published on Apr 15, 2012 neuropsychiatrist Peter Fenwick talks to Iain McNay about his research into end of life experiences and deathbed phenomena and what these mean in the greater picture of who we really are. 
  • Consciousness and the Double Slit Experiment At the recent  Science of Consciousness conference held in Tucson, Arizona, Dean Radin delivered a talk that summarized more than ten years of research on the influence of the mind on a quantum level. He explained that not only are his positive results with the double-slit experiment statistically robust, but they have been replicated by ...
  • Consciousness, Changing Paradigms and World Views Consciousness, Changing Paradigms and World Views
  • Consciousness, Changing Paradigms and World Views – David Lorimer A philosophical discussion on the nature of consciousness and world views, and how the commonly held world views are not necessarily fully representative of reality.
  • Cynthia Bourgeault – ‘Seeing With The Eyes Of The Heart’ The Reverend Cynthia Bourgeault is a modern day mystic, Episcopal priest and writer. She divides her time between solitude and traveling globally to teach and spread the recovery of the Christian Contemplative and Wisdom Path. Author of several books including, “Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening”, “Wisdom Jesus”, “The Meaning of Mary Magdalene”, “Love is Stronger ...
  • Diamonds from Heaven: A 20 year psychedelic journey In this presentation I will share some of the boundaries crossed and lessons learned in my 20 year psychedelic journey reported in Diamonds from Heaven (forthcoming). Seventy-three high dose LSD sessions conducted between 1979-1999 became the philosophical adventure of a lifetime, but one I had to keep largely hidden from my university colleagues. As psychedelics ...
  • Digital Dementia How does digital technology change the way the brain works? Is digital technology making us smarter? Do children learn faster using computers? Neuroscientist and philosopher, Manfred Spitzer, argues in this TV interview that digital technology is dangerous to the developing brain, and should be banned in education. It can cause addictive behaviour, interferes with knowledge ...
  • Dimensions of Consciousness: Mysticism and Neuroscience – Professor Brian Lancaster How can we interrelate the insights from the mystical traditions with our knowledge of neuroscience in understandings how the brain works, to uncover the nature of the mind and consciousness. 
  • Does Meditation change the brain structure? Recent research by Harvard neuroscientist Sara Lazal indicates that a regular practice of meditation leads to changes in the brain. Also, that it can prevent some of the shrinkage of grey matter associated with aging. In a TEDx talk, Lazar relates how she was led to the discovery by observing her own behaviour after taking up ...
  • 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 and brain, as well as ...
  • Dr. Ravi Ravindra, Templeton Advisor and Philosopher of Science & Religion In Conversation with Rajiv Malhotra Dr Ravi Ravindra has played a critical role in education Templeton Foundation & other Christian intellectuals on how to digest Vedanta ideas to boost and reinvent Christianity in a scientific manner. Rajiv Malhotra brings this out systematically, and both sides discuss the pros/cons of this.
  • Evolution of the Brain, Consciousness and Lucid Dreaming – Rudolph Tanzi Rudolph Tanzi discusses the evolution of the brain and consciousness, his research on the genetics of neurological disease aided by meditation and lucid dreaming. This interview is featured in the upcoming “Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol.5”. http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/p… Dr. Rudolph Tanzi is the Joseph P. and Rose F. Kennedy Professor of Neurology at Harvard University, and Vice-Chair of ...
  • Faith and Wisdom in Science – Tom McLeish
  • FemmeQ Summit Highlights The FemmeQ Summit last June brought together a diverse, awakened and gifted group of changemakers from over 15 countries, inspired to validate a realistic and possible world in which the feminine principle thrives. These are sample videos from the FemmeQ summit. For more information or for the complete conference videos, see link below: FemmeQ Online Package  
  • Harnessing the Bioelectric Potential of Cells for Regeneration Michael Levin, biologist at Tufts university discusses the role of electricity in healing and regeneration of lost organs or limbs. In a series of remarkable experiments, he showed how organisms contain information on how to heal wounds or regenerate limbs. In one experiment, by changing the voltage of certain cells, he was able to induce a ...
  • How does the Brain Make up its Mind – Professor Kevin Gurney How to we make decision? What determines what we choose to do next? Is it all a mechanical process in the brain? Professor Kevin Gurney discusses these questions from his own personal view point as a neuroscience. 
  • How to Live and What to Live for – Professor John Drew What do you live for? What are your values? What determines how you live your life? In this talk Professor John Drew discusses why these are important questions for everyone to answer for themselves. 
  • In Memory of Dr. John Rowan John was a long-standing member of the Scientific and Medical Network who presented at our 40th anniversary annual meeting in 2013.   John Rowan (31st March 1925 – 26th May 2018) was an English author, counsellor, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor, known for being one of the pioneers of humanistic psychology and integrative psychotherapy. He worked in exploring ...
  • Is a Brain Necessary for Intelligence? By Paul Kieniewicz The slime mold Physarum polycephalum (diameter: around 10 centimeters), made up of a single cell, was here cultivated in the laboratory on agar gel. It’s a fair assumption. If we’re looking for intelligent behavior in an animal, it had better have a brain, or at the very least a neural system of some kind. ...
  • Is the Soul Obsolete? Video Presentation by Larry Dosseyblo Dr. Larry Dossey is an internal medicine physician, former Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and former co-chairman of the Panel on Mind/Body Interventions, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health. He is executive editor of the peer-previewed journal Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. He is the ...
  • Is There Life After Death? moderated by John Cleese – 2018 Tom Tom Founders Festival The University of Virginia’s Division of Perceptual Studies research portfolio includes investigating children who have memories of past lives; the nature of consciousness and the mind-body relationship; neuro-imaging studies of psi events; and individuals who report experiencing near-death experiences(NDEs). In this panel, the legendary actor, writer and comedian John Cleese, convenes DOPS research faculty to ...
  • It Just Makes Sense – Mark Mathews You are all a miracle of nature. Living life in the way that just makes sense is the subject of this talk. 
  • Meditations on the Angels – The Seven Chakra Meditations on the Angels has been described by listeners as original, powerful, beautiful and unique. Composed and performed by Richard Irwin, it is an album of seven contemplative pieces suitable for individual meditation and for healing. The meditations were written with the intention of providing healing and have been successfully used for this purpose, but only ...
  • Meditations on the Angels – a music led healing meditation on the Seven Chakras – Richard Irwin Meditations on the Angels – a music led healing meditation on the Seven Chakras Richard Irwin Meditations on the Angels has been described by listeners as original, powerful, beautiful and unique. Composed and performed by Richard Irwin, it is an album of seven contemplative pieces suitable for individual meditation and for healing. The meditations were written with the ...
  • Michael Persinger on the Neurology of NDEs What happens in the brain during a Near Death Experience? Does an EEG flat-line mean that there is no brain activity during a NDE? Alex Tsakiris questions neurologist Michael Persinger on his views about NDEs, neurological research and veridical events reported by NDE patients. Persinger, a researcher at Laurentian University is best known for his ...
  • Mick Collins – ‘My Crisis And Transformation’ – Interview by Iain McNay Iain McNay interviews Mick Collins, whom he met at the AGM of the Scientific and Medical Network, about his new book My Crisis And Transformation. The book represents the personal spiritual journey of the author. Watch the video at this link  
  • Psychic Abilities and the Illusion of Separation – Dean Radin PhD Dean Radin Phd talks about the evidence of extended capacities of human consciousness (psychic abilities) with students and faculty at the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS).
  • Psychological Reflections on G. I. Gurdjieff with Charles T. Tart Charles T. Tart, PhD, is an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, as well as the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. He is a past-president of the Parapsychological Association. Books that he has authored include Psi: Scientific Studies in the Psychic Realm, States of Consciousness, The End of Materialism, Learning to Use ...
  • Role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Today’s Health Care System? – Dr. Peter Davies Most people know someone who has been helped by complementary and alternative medicine. The question discussed here is whether the NHS should be offering these therapies more widely to patients.
  • Rupert Sheldrake Banned TED Talk on the Science Delusion Rupert Sheldrake Banned TED Talk on the Science Delusion
  • Schrödinger: Risk, Mystery, Creativity and a Contempletive Spirit in Science – Professor Jim Malon Professor Jim Malone discusses how he uncovered a painting of Erwin Schrödinger and what the painting says about the artist, the subject and their relationship to science and spirituality.
  • Schrödinger: Risk, Mystery, Creativity and a Contempletive Spirit in Science – Professor Jim Malone Professor Jim Malone discusses how he uncovered a painting of Erwin Schrödinger and what the painting says about the artist, the subject and their relationship to science and spirituality. https://www.youtube.com/embed/UVnsALk0yEA
  • Science and Spirituality: Friends, Not Enemies – Dr. Oliver Robinson Dr. Oliver Robinson takes us through the parallel revolutions in Science and Spirituality to demonstrate how the two have mutually evolved through human history and that they are in his opinion friends and not enemies. 
  • Seeking Wisdom Seeking Wisdom – A Spiritual Manifesto Larry Culliford (SMN) University of Buckingham Press 2018, 124 pp., £7.99, p/b. Larry is a writer, physician and psychiatrist who was also one of the founding members of the Spirituality and Psychiatry special interest in the Royal College of Psychiatrists. In our time of disorientation and disconnection, he turns his attention to ...
  • Soul Story – A New World View This film is the best introduction to Tim’s new ideas about evolution and spirituality, including: The soul crisis Emergent Spirituality The timestream How long is now? The self-realising universe Body, soul and spirit Death is not the end Oneness and separateness The GOD question
  • The Blind Can See During Near Death Experiences In their book Mindsight, Dr. Kenneth Ring and Sharon Cooper report on in-depth interviews with 31 people who were fully or partially blind and had a near-death experience where they could see. One of their subjects was Vicki Noratuk who had been blind from birth when she was involved in a car accident. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross also interviewed ...
  • The Charm of Complexity Science – Dr. Vasileios Basios What is complexity, where is it present and why is it important? These are the questions that are addressed by Dr. Vasileios Basios in this talk.
  • The Cutting Edge – Dr. Sheelah James Dr. Sheela James discusses how mindfulness techniques borrowed from Eastern spiritual practices may be helpful for psychiatric patients.  
  • The Harmony of the Spheres – Paul Kieniewicz Paul Kieniewicz talks about the fascinating story of how the astronomer Johannes Kepler came to discover that the planets in the Solar System move in tune to a certain music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33v_rcR7l1E
  • The Harmony of the Spheres – Paul Kieniewicz Paul Kieniewicz talks about the fascinating story of how the astronomer Johannes Kepler came to discover that the planets in the Solar System move in tune to a certain music.
  • The Healing Force Panayiota Th. Atteshli and her father Dr. Stylianos Atteshlis Twenty-one years ago, on the 26th of August 1995, my father left his material body on earth and went to live in the very high heavenly spheres. In commemoration of his teaching and the greatest and most beautiful gift he implanted in me, I would like to start my first ...
  • The Schweitzer Institute Conference 2016 24th September 2016 – Cambridge University Speakers Christopher Rowland James Carleton Paget Dr Toby Young Vreni Mark Percy Mark Norman Baker
  • The Seer – a Documentary Film by Lars Muhl The Seer, Calle de Montsegúr, was Lars Muhl’s spiritual mentor. He was capable of not only diagnosing and curing people with distant healing, no matter where they were on the globe, but was also able to read ‘The Book of Life’, where the destiny of mankind is recorded. Lars Muhl became an apprentice to The Seer ...
  • Thriving with Homeopathy – Introduction Thriving With Homeopathy – A Practical Guide For The Whole Family, Carers, Nurses & Beyond Thriving with Homeopathy for Birthing Live – A Practical Guide for Midwives, Doulas, Childbirth Educators and Nurses
  • Wings of Desire – Peter Falk and a disembodied angel Referenced from Paul Kieniewicz article Body Issues — Human and Robotic https://youtu.be/1Qo3F-0keq8

The Harmony of the Spheres – Paul Kieniewicz

Paul Kieniewicz talks about the fascinating story of how the astronomer Johannes Kepler came to discover that the planets in…The Harmony of the Spheres – Paul Kieniewicz was last modified: May 5th, 2018 by Richard Irwin

slime mold

Is a Brain Necessary for Intelligence?

By Paul Kieniewicz The slime mold Physarum polycephalum (diameter: around 10 centimeters), made up of a single cell, was here…Is a Brain Necessary for Intelligence? was last modified: May 5th, 2018 by Paul Kieniewicz

Thriving with Homeopathy – Introduction

Thriving With Homeopathy – A Practical Guide For The Whole Family, Carers, Nurses & Beyond Thriving with Homeopathy for Birthing…Thriving with Homeopathy – Introduction was last modified: Oct 5th, 2017 by WebTeam

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Harnessing the Bioelectric Potential of Cells for Regeneration

Michael Levin, biologist at Tufts university discusses the role of electricity in healing and regeneration of lost organs or limbs. In…Harnessing the Bioelectric Potential of Cells for Regeneration was last modified: Apr 30th, 2018 by Paul Kieniewicz

Larry Dossey presentation

Is the Soul Obsolete? Video Presentation by Larry Dosseyblo

Dr. Larry Dossey is an internal medicine physician, former Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and former co-chairman…Is the Soul Obsolete? Video Presentation by Larry Dosseyblo was last modified: Apr 27th, 2018 by WebTeam

Michael Persinger

Michael Persinger on the Neurology of NDEs

What happens in the brain during a Near Death Experience? Does an EEG flat-line mean that there is no brain…Michael Persinger on the Neurology of NDEs was last modified: Apr 30th, 2018 by Paul Kieniewicz