Volution Deep Dive

This is a deep dive into the volution philosophy, recorded originally as part of Integral European Conference 2020. Peter takes people on a journey through the emergence of volution, the core aspects of the theory and its implications for the world of today.

Energy Works ECOintention Intensive, San Francisco

With Hans Andeweg and Peter Merry; 13-17 September 2019, Mercy Center, Burlingame. California, USA. Organized with the Center for ECOintention and Ubiquity University. In this 5-day ECOintention Intensive with Hans Andeweg and Peter Merry you learn:

  • to read energy with your senses and intuition
  • to interpret energy using the latest science in this field
  • and to enhance energy using intuitive practices and your own energetic toolkit.

Full of exercises and practical application combined with leading-edge theory.

Why Would a University Include Self-Mastery?

At Ubiquity University students get one third of their credit for Self-Mastery (the other two thirds are divided between knowledge and Impact projects). Why do we do this and how do we do this?

Originally posted at https://www.ubiquityuniversity.org/why-would-a-university-include-self-mastery.

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Volution – PhD Dissertation

Here is my PhD dissertation on Volution Theory! I had the oral exam on Friday 29th September and was awarded my PhD immediately afterwards. And here is a video recording of the 2-hour defence of the dissertation.

I will be continuing to develop these ideas at www.volutiontheory.net so keep a track of things there!

Neuroscience and Eco-fields

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“As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul” Hermes Trismegitus

Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the PhD in Wisdom Studies at Ubiquity University’s Wisdom School as part of the course Neuroscience in a Hypercomplex World: Principles and Practice with Jim Hickman, Dr Will Taegel and guests

 

Introduction

This course and my own experience during the period of this course brought me to a thesis that I will expand on in this paper. The thesis is that as we shift our interior experience and patterns, so the world around us changes. On top of that, the reverse is true – as we create change in the information fields of the world around us, so that is reflected in changes in our interior experience and nervous system. This is why I have chosen to connect neuroscience and eco-fields, and why I selected Hermes’ “as within, so without” quote as the subtitle. The two main faculty members of the course also reflect these two aspects – Jim Hickman on neuroscience and Will Taegel on eco-fields. If this thesis proves to be true (and there is a lot more work needed to develop it) then it will give us a way to navigate hypercomplexity grounded ultimately in our own choices about how we relate to ourselves, each other and the world around us.

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