Politics and Religion

Conversations Beyond Science and Religion

Philip Comella

Conversations Beyond Science and Religion – Gregg Braden and Deep Truth

On this show, Gregg Braden, New York Times best-selling author of Deep Truth: Igniting the Memory of Our Origin, History, Destiny and Fate, and many other books joins host Philip Mereton in a mind-opening discussion of how the false assumptions of the current scientific paradigm have given us a distorted image of ourselves and the world we live in. Modern textbooks teach that Darwin’s theory of natural selection accounts for human evolution, but the findings of science show this to be untrue. Cooperation, not the survival of the strongest, is nature’s way. These same textbooks make no mention of the role consciousness plays in the make-up of the world, though modern physics shows consciousness is integral to experiencing the world. Other textbooks suggest war is a basic human tendency, while evidence from lost civilizations reveal war may be a bad habit, but is not an innate feature of humankind. Meanwhile, multiple environmental, political, economic, and social crises are converging to a point never before seen, all suggesting that a paradigm shift may be necessary not only to explain the world we live in, but also for our survival.