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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true 
art and science."
                                                                             Albert Einstein

"The greater the doubt, the greater the awakening; the smaller the doubt, the smaller the 
awakening. No doubt, no awakening."

                                                                              G. -C. Chang





As of  06/01/2012, our new home is the Mind-Matter Mapping Project.  
Please follow the link to read more about this initiative, or go to the Journal of Nonlocality to read, submit or peer-review new papers.




JNLRMI April 2006 Special Issue

Genetic Regulatory Architectures, 
Bioelectromagnetics and Conscious Intent

A survey of current experimental evidence and new genetic control paradigms






Welcome to EmergentMind.org!

This site has been set up as an open venture between scientists, scholars, meditators and all 
those who believe that we are approaching a conceptual threshold in our understanding of how 
physics, physiology and consciousness interact.

For the past few decades, experimental evidence has been accumulating in almost all areas of 
science that non-local and mind-directed effects upon the physical world are more ubiquitous than 
we had so far cared to admit. As institutional research becomes more open about these matters, 
a theoretical framework is beginning to emerge. We may have, at this point, a vague idea about 
the extraordinary potential lying in store for humanity, but we are still very much at a loss about 
how to approach this "new science".

The East has the benefit of thousands of years of experience in this field, but the language of its 
investigations seems so intuitive, so subjective, that it is almost untranslatable in scientific jargon. 
And yet, translate we will have to: the greatest challenge lying ahead in the decades to come will be 
the design of appropriate experiments and "test particles" in order to explore the strange geometry of 
the mind-matter continuum. 

We believe that both East and West  can benefit from joining efforts at this point. Such  steps have 
already been taken (for example, by the repeated meetings between the Dalai Lama and western 
scientists, as described in the Mind-Life series). If this endeavor is approached with the right mix of 
humility, awe and determination (as opposed to the arrogance that has characterized much of our 
scientific progress), we believe that the goals of both traditions can come to fruition: for a persuasive 
proof of the "holographic paradigm" is most likely to tear down the barriers of fear and cynicism and 
facilitate a mass transition toward the ideals of compassion and spiritual fulfillment.

However, in order to build a new culture, we must first construct its language. To that aim, we have 
devised this site with the following functions in mind:


  • To make investigators with different backgrounds familiar with the questions, impasses and research 
    directions being followed in other fields of study.


  • To provide an archive of  articles pertinent to the scientific research of mind-matter connections.


  • To provide a forum for the exchange of  ideas between scientists, scholars and all those who feel 
    they may be able to offer practical insights into this question.


  • Last, but not least, to contribute to the development of that critical mass necessary to precipitate 
    the new  paradigm shift. 



This project depends on everyone's contribution: please become part of it by promoting it, visiting 
regularly and posting all new information/ideas you deem relevant.


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