Category - Dr. Rupert Sheldrake

Dr. Rupert Sheldrake is a British biologist and author known for his groundbreaking work in biology, philosophy, and parapsychology. Born in 1942, he studied at Cambridge University, earning a Ph.D. in biochemistry. Sheldrake’s research challenged conventional scientific beliefs, particularly through his concept of morphic resonance, proposing a collective memory in nature. He has authored influential books like “A New Science of Life” and “The Science Delusion,” exploring topics such as telepathy and the interconnectedness of science and spirituality. Sheldrake’s work has sparked intriguing discussions and encouraged a more holistic perspective on the mysteries of life and consciousness.