Lenses of PerceptionwithDoug Marman

Books Mentioned In This Interview

doug marman it is what it is: the personal discourses of rumi doug marman the hidden teachings of rumi doug marman the silent questions: a spiritual odyssey doug marman the spiritual flow of life and the science of catalysts doug marman the whole truth: the spiritual legacy of paul twitchell stuart hameroff toward a science of consciousness daniel kahneman thinking fast and slow michael white isaac newton: the last sorcerer martin buber i and thou ruth kastner the transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics: the reality of possibility ruth kastner understanding our unseen reality: solving quantum riddles john g cramer the quantum handshake: entanglement, nonlocality and transactions

Doug Marman, an Eckankar practitioner, is author of The Whole Truth: The Spiritual Legacy of Paul Twitchell; It Is What It Is: The Personal Discourses of Rumi; The Hidden Teachings of Rumi; The Silent Questions: A Spiritual Odyssey; The Spiritual Flow of Life and the Science of Catalysts; Sukhmani: The Secret of Inner Peace; and Lenses of Perception: A Surprising New Look at the Origin of Life, the Laws of Nature, and of Our Universe. His website is https://spiritualdialogues.com/

Here he shares his insights concerning the role of first person, second person, and third person viewpoints as they pertain to scientific theories, philosophy of mind, personal relationships, and spiritual awareness. He suggests that the most neglected of these is second person, which is most closely related to interconnectedness and quantum entanglement.

(Recorded on July 15, 2020.)

Published on August 17, 2020


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