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Morphic Resonance

In this episode, we discussed the theory of morphic resonance, which was first postulated by Rupert Sheldrake in 1981. We covered what morphic resonance is, which area of knowledge the theory fits into best, the empirical evidence for morphic resonance, and how it shapes our worldview.


Listen to the episode here.


Find out more about morphic resonance on Rupert Sheldrake's website, or through his podcast.


The theory of morphic resonance is similar to that of the collective consciousness or Carl Jung's theory of the collective unconscious.


This is an interesting research study that tested morphic resonance based on language learning in humans. The article also overviews previous empirical studies that have been done to find evidence for morphic resonance.

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