As a philosopher, Ervin Laszlo has spent the majority of his life digging into the mysteries of who we are and why we are here. The fruits of his research revealed some startling discoveries of our untapped potential when we are connected with conscious intention to a coherent universe.
Professor Laszlo states: “The information that we need to find our way is in us. We are desperately in need of reliable information. We are moving in the wrong direction increasing deterioration of our society and the ecological system reveals that we need new politics, new ethics a new oneness – a new way of knowing who we are.”
Listen to this remarkable interview with Dr. Michael Karlfeldt and Professor Ervin Laszlo as they discuss:
We belong together and need to get back to oneness to position ourselves that we can live in a sustainable world
Technology gives us access to information but the knowledge Laszlo speaks of is a connection is a different kind sourced from an underlying information field that is deeper.
Nature desires order, and higher and higher states of complexity. That’s what quantum mechanics is all about, in direct opposition to Newtonian physics and entropy or chaos.
Learn what we can do to navigate this time, to shift humanity, and to truly come together as one. Egocentrism is fueling the destruction of the planet and the community.
Ervin Laszlo, twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, is editor of the international periodical World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution and Chancellor-Designate of the newly formed GlobalShift University. He is the founder and president of the international think tanks, the Club of Budapest and the General Evolution Research Group, and the author of 83 books translated into 21 languages. Ervin Laszlo is a systems philosopher, integral theorist, and classical pianist. He is generally recognized as the founder of systems philosophy and general evolution theory, he worked as program director for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and currently lives in Italy.
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