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The Sheldrake Vernon Dialogues

By Rupert Sheldrake & Mark Vernon

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Discussions between Mark Vernon and Rupert Sheldrake .

Customer Reviews

Is a brilliant thinker being ostracized?

Most likely yes, but despite the efforts of proponents of the dogmatic materialism, the thought of Rupert Sheldrake still shines. A golden find for those tired of the same secular materialistic talk. This is a set of talks in an informal setting, Personally, loved it.

Ultra-Informative spiritual/religious discussions

I found this podcast after hearing Rupert Sheldrake as a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. He gave a personal testimony of his spiritual path and I had to listen to it twice because it resonated so much. Anyway, Science Set Free always get right to the point! No wasted with introductions, commercials, or closing summaries. Both hosts hit the air on point with insightful, personal, and researched points of view regarding Christian faith, spirituality, other faiths, and of course…Science! It is Brilliant! My only complaint is that Rupert Sheldrake doesn’t talk into the mic enough so i’m constantly adjusting the volume on my headphones. Everything he says is important so I never want to miss anything.

The best of the 88 (and counting) podcasts I subsribe to

I get a mild thrill whenever I see that a new Science Set Free episode has come through. It's a type of thrill that is rare among the many podcasts and other sources of information I consume (the only other example that comes to mind is when I see a new post has come through on Jules Evans's website).

If you are a curious person who seeks intellectual stimulation in all manner of far flung places, I strongly encourage you to give this podcast a try. It's hard to explain exactly what I find so compelling about it. Basically, there is a type of quiet lightning that happens when Rupert and Mark's minds come together, when assumptions (often unconscious) are revealed and challenged, when new visions are proferred, when science/intellect engages with intuition/poetry in a kind of dance. If I kept talking I'd be apt to drown it in superlatives. Just pick an episode, find a quiet place, and press play.

The Sheldrake Vernon Dialogues
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  • Category: Science & Medicine
  • Language: English

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