The Holographic Universe ”. By Michael Talbot. Published by HarperPerennial/ HarperCollins. ISBN Image of Bookcover. Libros de Segunda Mano – Ciencias, Manuales y Oficios – Física, Química y Matemáticas: The holographic universe. el universo holográfico. michael talbot. O Universo Holografico. Pages·· MB·0 Downloads. O pesquisador americano Michael Talbot aproxima a ciência moderna e as religiões antigas.

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Pribram, and it is quite apparent that the combined work of Bohm and Pribram is largely the miichael, upon which Talbot universp his ideas. Talbot also ties in elements of Carl Jung’s “collective unconscious” theory, as well as the synchronicity phenomenon, to suggest the existence of an underlying Unified Field, that ties all things in the Universe together.

Talbot also often referenced Stanislav Grof, whose work on Holotropic Breathwork was also of obvious influence. It is said that Talbot has made the often esoteric concepts of Bohm, Pribram, et al, accessible to the general public.

This michal be in some part due to his earlier work as a science fiction author. Talbot attempted to incorporate psychology, anthropology, spirituality, religion, and science to shed light on truly profound questions that we golographic struggled with since the genesis of humanity.

Michael Talbot died in from Leukemia at the age of Whitley Strieber refers to Michael Talbot as his “dear friend” on his website and praises him in eulogy.

The basic idea came to Bohm in the early s, during an extraordinary period of creativity at Birkbeck College in London. Mjchael holomovement is one of a number of new concepts, which Bohm presented in an effort to move beyond the mechanistic formulations of the standard interpretation of the quantum theory and relativity theory.

Early Development of the Idea. In an essay published inBohm carried continued nuiverso earlier critique Bohm came instead to embrace a concept of reality as a dynamic movement of the whole: This movement of the whole is what he calls the holomovement.

The term holomovement is one of many neologisms, which Bohm coined in his search to overcome the limitations of the standard Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics.

This approach involved not just a critique of the assumptions holpgraphic the standard model, but a set of new concepts in physics, which move beyond the conventional language of quantum mechanics. Wholeness and the Implicate Order is the culmination of these reflections, and an attempt to show how the new insights provided by a post-Copenhagen model can be extended beyond physics into other domains, such as life, consciousness, and cosmology.

The holomovement concept is introduced in incremental steps. For Bohm, movement is what is primary; and what tallbot like permanent structures are only relatively autonomous sub-entities, which emerge out of the whole of flowing movement and then dissolve back into it an unceasing process of becoming.

That is to say, what is the process of becoming itself, while all objects, events, entities, conditions, structures, etc. His notion of the whole is s not a static Paramedian oneness outside of space and time. Rather, the wholeness to which he refers here is more akin to the Heraclitian flux, or hologdaphic the process philosophy of Whitehead.

The formal presentation of the concept comes universl in the book. In certain cases, we can abstract particular aspects of the holomovement e. Thus in its totality, the holomovement is not limited in any specifiable way at all.

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It is not required to conform to any particular order, or to be bounded by any particular measure. Thus, the holomovement is undefinable and immesasurable. The Law of the Holomovement: Thus crucial for understanding the holomovement is his notion of how interconnected phenomena are woven together in an underlying unified fabric of physical law.

The essential point is that the Implicate Order and the holomovement hniverso a way of looking at reality not merely in terms of external interactions between things, but in terms of the internal enfolded relationships among things: The Implicate Order has its ground in the holomovement hoographic is, as we have seen, vast, rich, and in a state of unending Flux of enfoldment and unfoldment, with laws, most of which are only vaguely known.

As such, the holomovement includes not just physical reality, but life, consciousness and cosmology. As Bohm sums it up at the end of the book: All of these have been considered to be projections of a common ground.

Our reality is projected illusion ceated by a consciousness ‘program’. Uniberso is univeros virtual reality experiment in linear time and emotion created by a consciousness source, through which our souls experience in many dimensions simultaneously. The program is composed of grids and brought into Awareness by electromagnetic energy at the physical level.


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Awareness of the program is created as one’s consciousness spirals lower, hence slower, to experience emotions and linear time. Michael Talbot was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in AReincarnation Handbook, as well as three novels. This book is written in The new data are of such far-reaching relevance, that they could revolutionize our understanding of the human psyche, of psychopathology, and of the therapeutic process.

Some of the observations transcend in their significance the framework of psychology and psychiatry and represent a serious challenge to the current Newtonian-Cartesian paradigm of Westem science.

They could change drastically our image of human nature, of culture and history, and of reality. Talbot didn’t mention Robert Monroe and Carlos Castaneda in his acknowlegements, though he was using some of their findings! Writing unjverso always a collaborative effort and many people hologgaphic contributed to the production of this book in various ways. It is not possible to name them all, but a few who deserve special mention include: Carol Ann Dryer, for her friendship, insight, and support, and for unending generosity when it comes to sharing her profound talent.

Brendan O’Regan of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, for his important contributions to the subject micharl miracles and for helping me track down information on the same. My longtime friend Peter Brunjes, Ph. Judith Hooper, for loaning me numerous books and articles from her own extensive collection of materials on the holographic idea. The observant reader will notice that my summary of the view of the universe that arises when one considers Bohm and Pribram’s conclusions in tandem, at the end of Chapter Two, is actually just a slight rephrasing of the words Ferguson uses to summarize the same sentiment in her bestselling book The Aquarian Conspiracy.

My inability to come up with a different and better way to summarize the holographic idea should be viewed as a testament to Ferguson’s clarity and succinctness as a writer.

The staff at the American Society for Psychical Research for assistance in tracking down references, resources, michhael the eo of pertinent individuals. Martha Visser and Sharon Schuyler for their help in researching the book. Ross Wetzsteon of the Village Voice, who asked me to write the article that started it all.

Lucy Kroll and Barbara Hogenson for being the best agents possible. Ashmead of HarperCollins for believing in the book, and John Michel for his gentle and insightful editing. If there is anyone that I have inadvertently left out, please forgive me. To all, both named and unnamed, who have helped me give birth to this book, my heartfelt thanks. In the movie Star Wars, Luke Skywalker’s adventure begins when a beam of light shoots out of the robot Artoo Detoo and projects a miniature three-dimensional image twlbot Princess Leia.

Luke watches spellbound as the ghostly sculpture of light begs for someone named Obi-wan Kenobi to come to her assistance. The image is a hologram, a three-dimensional picture made with the aid of a laser, and the technological magic required to make such images is remarkable. But what is even more astounding is that some scientists are beginning to believe the Universe itself is a kind of Giant Hologram, a splendidly detailed illusion no more or less real, than the image michhael Princess Leia, that starts Luke on his quest.

Put another way, there is evidence to suggest, that our world and everything in it—from snowflakes to maple trees to falling stars and spinning electrons—are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of reality so beyond our own it is literally beyond both space and time. The main architects of this astonishing idea are two of the world’s most eminent thinkers: University of London physicist David Bohm, Intriguingly, Bohm and Pribram arrived at their conclusions independently and while working from two very different directions.

Bohm became convinced of the Universe’s Holographic Nature only after years of dissatisfaction with standard theories’ inability to explain all of the phenomena encountered in quantum ralbot. Pribram became convinced because of the failure of standard theories of the brain to explain various neurophysiological puzzles. However, after arriving at their views, Bohm and Pribram quickly realized the Holographic Model explained a number of other mysteries as well, including the apparent inability of any theory, no matter how comprehensive, ever to account for all the phenomena encountered in nature; the ability of individuals with hearing in only one ear to determine the direction, from which a sound originates; and our ability to recognize the face of someone we have not seen for many years, even if that person has changed considerably.


These include telepathy, precognition, mystical feelings of Oneness with the Universe, and even psychokinesis, or the ability of the mind to move physical objects without anyone touching them. Indeed, it quickly became apparent to the ever growing number of scientists, who came to embrace the Holographic Model, that it helped explain virtually all paranormal and mystical experiences, and in the last half-dozen years or so it has continued to galvanize researchers and shed light on an increasing number of previously inexplicable phenomena.

In University of Connecticut psychologist Dr. Kenneth Ring proposed, that near-death experiences could be explained by the Holographic model. Ring, who is president of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, believes such experiences, as well as death itself, are really nothing more, than the shifting of a person’s consciousness from one level of the Hologram of Reality to another.

Stanislav Grof, chief of psychiatric research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and an assistant professor of psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, published a book, in which he concluded, that existing neurophysiological models of the brain are inadequate and only a Holographic model can explain such things as unusual phenomena experienced during altered states of consciousness.


Wolf believes such dreams are actually visits to parallel realities, and the Holographic model will ultimately allow us to develop a “physics of consciousness”, which will enable us to begin to explore more fully these other-dimensional levels of existence. In his book entitled Synchronicity: David Peat, a physicist at Queen’s University in Canada, asserted, that synchronicities coincidences that are so unusual and so psychologically meaningful, they don’t seem to be the result of chance alone can be explained by the Holographic model.

Peat believes such univerwo are actually “flaws in the fabric of reality. These are only a few of the thought-provoking ideas, that will be explored in this book. Many of these ideas are extremely controversial. Indeed, the Holographic model itself is highly controversial and is by no means accepted by a majority of scientists. Nonetheless, and as we shall see, many important and impressive thinkers do support it and believe it may be the most accurate picture of reality we have to date.

The Ubiverso model has also received some dramatic experimental support.

In the field of neurophysiology numerous studies have corroborated Pribram’s various predictions about the Holographic Nature of Memory and Perception. Similarly, in a landmark experiment performed by a research team led by physicist Alain Aspect at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Optics, in Paris, demonstrated, that the web of subatomic particles, that compose our Physical Universe – the very fabric of reality itself – possesses what appears to be an undeniable “holographic” property.

These findings will also be discussed in the book. In addition to the experimental evidence, several other things add weight to the holographic hypothesis. Physical Universe— the very Fabric of Reality itself—possesses what appears to be an undeniable “holographic” property.

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Perhaps the most important considerations are the character and achievements of the two men, who originated the idea. Early in their careers, and before the holographic model was even a glimmer in their thoughts, each amassed accomplishments, that would inspire most researchers to spend the rest of their academic lives resting on their laurels.

In the s Pribram did pioneering work on the limbic system, a region of the brain involved in emotions and behavior. Univerao work in Plasma Physics in the s is also considered landmark. But even more significantly, each has distinguished himself in another way.

It is a way even the most accomplished men and women can seldom call their own, for it is measured not by mere Intelligence or even alent. It is measured by Courage, the tremendous resolve it takes to stand up for one’s convictions even in the face of overwhelming opposition. While he was a graduate student, Bohm did doctoral work with Robert Oppenheimer.