Neil Theise, practicing pathologist and leading stem-cell researcher, explores the nature of consciousness and its relationship to us and the cosmos. Drawing from contemporary science and a wide variety of western and eastern philosophies and metaphysics, he concludes that nondual awareness is foundational to the universe. It does not arise from the interactions or structures of higher level phenomena. The universe is a holarchy, not a hierarchy. We don’t live in the universe, we are the universe.
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