What is Quantum Consciousness?

We are living in the blooming of a new view of reality. The discoveries of quantum physics are rapidly converging with the ancient wisdom traditions, in an evolutionary development that could be called Quantum Consciousness. This new cosmology sees the universe as a "Unified Field" or inter-related web without separate parts, alive, conscious and meaningful. The primary reality is consciousness. The material realm is secondary. Meaning is fundamental. We are evolving at a fierce rate toward these new understandings, and toward a new conception of our own nature. We are all the Cosmos becoming conscious of Itself and turning back to look at Its handiwork.

Evolution into Field Consciousness

It is presumptuous to try to predict where evolution may take us next. However, if  we can grasp where the gaping holes exist in our present consciousness, the sources of our problems, perhaps we can express a guess, or at least a hope, about that trajectory. Beyond doubt, our sense of separation from the Earth, from the . . . → Read More: Evolution into Field Consciousness

Slow Metamorphosis

        We are in the midst of a shape-shifting, metamorphosing magic show. We call it Life. Its raw materials are protoplasm and material. It appears to us, at the level of our senses, as a three-dimensional world of solid forms. However, we are aware that this is not the primary reality. At a . . . → Read More: Slow Metamorphosis

The Nebulae

From the time that we came down out of the trees, humans have been mesmerized by the dark infinities of the night sky. In all of the ancient civilizations,intelligent individuals studied the sky to try to ascertain the truth of reality. However, in all of the 2.6 million years that we have been on Earth, we are the . . . → Read More: The Nebulae

The Field

           A new archetype is establishing itself in human consciousness now—the image of basic reality as a Field. It is the next step in the evolution of our consciousness. It is changing the way that we perceive everything—the Universe, the Earth, life-forms, ourselves, and our place in the system. It has its echoes in the distant past . . . → Read More: The Field

The Radiant Particle

          Our real identity, our True Self, is a radiant particle in the Field of Being. The emphasis here is on the whole, singularity, the absence of separation. Our personal identity, including our name, personal history, personal wounds, triumphs and griefs, our hopes and fears and desires, are ephemeral, secondary and passing. The . . . → Read More: The Radiant Particle

The Constructed Self

    Because the culture is fixated on the surface of reality, we have to construct a self during our childhood. The True Self, the Essential Self, is not acknowledged. There is no place for it in the Western framework, and so it recedes into the background. It can be recovered later in life, but it . . . → Read More: The Constructed Self

Archetypes and the Mithal

           Among the most important residents of the Mithal and the Field are archetypal images. They have been most recently explored and amplified by Carl Jung. They are dynamic images, held unconsciously, that form and impact our emotions, our ethical and mental outlook, our relationships with others, and thus our whole destiny. For these purposes, the Mithal . . . → Read More: Archetypes and the Mithal

Multiple Universes

Although there appears to be a single material universe, Being is generating an infinite number of mental universes within consciousness. These multiple universes exist simultaneously, side by side. Each human being exists in his/her own individual, idiosyncratic universe. Each of these human frameworks in consciousness is totally unique. Nothing is generic. Each soul is on its . . . → Read More: Multiple Universes

Symbols and the Mithal

One of the most mysterious and generative parts of the Mithal and the Field is the symbol. A symbol is an image that carries meaning. It must be distinguished from an ordinary image in consciousness. It is special. Our mental functioning is a steady stream of images, day and night. The images succeed each other, each . . . → Read More: Symbols and the Mithal


Wonder is the invisible component of transformation. It is a special kind of consciousness, an expanded state that involves both the mind and the heart. It focuses the mind on generative Being, and produces a subtle thrill throughout the mind and body, as perceptions of and connection to the Cosmos emerge in experience. Wonder opens the . . . → Read More: Wonder