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Serious Learning from Dogs!

A fascinating talk by Rupert Sheldrake on Morphic Fields, Morphic Resonance and ESP

In 1981 Rupert Sheldrake outraged the scientific establishment with his hypothesis of morphic resonance. A morphogenetic field is a hypothetical biological field that contains the information necessary to shape the exact form of a living thing. A presentation at the Biology of Transformation Conference in 2007.

If the sub-heading means as little to you as it did to me when I was introduced to this speaker and his ideas, then hang on for a small while.  But thanks to Peter N, I have had my eyes opened big time about a number of concepts.  Such as have you ever wondered how at times you ‘sense’ who is ringing you before you answer the phone?  Or how your pet cat or dog, especially your dog, knows when you are returning home even outside a normal pattern of your behaviour?

Rupert Sheldrake is a serious scientist, indeed a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge University.  He is a Research Fellow of the Royal Institute.

So if you trust what is presented on Learning from Dogs, then trust this one and settle down and watch the video.  It will truly open your eyes in a way that you won’t anticipate.  The video is 1 hour 20 minutes long but within 10 minutes you’ll be hooked!

The link is here http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=-4105824266525326404&hl=en&fs=true

More about Rupert Sheldrake tomorrow.