Navigating Consciousness with Rupert Sheldrake

Trialogue: Chaos and the Imagination Part 2, with Ralph Abraham and Terence McKenna 

December 26, 2022 Rupert Sheldrake Season 2 Episode 71
Navigating Consciousness with Rupert Sheldrake
Trialogue: Chaos and the Imagination Part 2, with Ralph Abraham and Terence McKenna 
Show Notes

A three-way conversation, or trialogue, in two parts.

Part 2 Festivals, a calendrical reform and 'pharmacological intervention'. Oscillating models of chaos, creativity and the imagination. Eleusis as a great turning point. The Virgin of Guadalupe. The Faustian pact with the physical world. The cultural cul-de-sac of the dominator mode. Restoring partnership values, opening our lives to chaos and the world soul. Chaos as Gaian fury and as a moment of opportunity. A forward escape into technology? Included in Chaos, Creativity and Cosmic Consciousness first published as Trialogues at the Edge of the West Chapter 3. 

This Trialogue and others are available in book form:
https://www.sheldrake.org/books-by-rupert-sheldrake/chaos-creativity-and-cosmic-consciousness

Ralph Abraham, PhD, is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, author, and pioneer in the fields of Chaos theory, computer graphics, visual mathematics and dynamical systems. 

Terence McKenna was an ethnopharmacologist, shamanologist, and author, known for his theories on plant hallucinogens and the novelty wave, and the bardic skill with which he conveyed his ideas. Sadly Terence died aged 53 on April 3, 2000.