Tag Archives: life force

Wyatt and his Community


Connections mean everything when you are helping someone.

The story here is about a young boy who is on a journey of hope and perseverance dealing with his rare medical condition called FPIES (Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome). His mother, Maureen Gantt, wrote about him here in Jessie Richens’s weekly blog. The whole blog is interesting. You can start at the beginning or go to the most recent post. Continue reading and add your comment

Great power in connections — Gandalf-style

Gandalf the Grey

Gandalf the Grey speaks of the power we all have to change the world. Heroes are not required.

Gandalf, in the Lord of the Rings says, “Some believe it is only great power that can hold evil in check. But that is not what I have found. I have found that it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.”

I agree. Every positive connection we make with one another increases the flow of positive life force in the universe. We can’t wait for the heroes to provide the energy because it is all of us who are not heroic that provide the energy to the hero. Heroes are only the focal point of our energy, they are not the source.

Rupert Sheldrake’s reception in the scientific community

Rupert Sheldrake

Rupert Sheldrake

In two words, the reception has been: not good. As you can see from the dissertation by Phillip Stevens, Sheldrake has been criticized ever since he proposed the idea of morphic resonance and formative causation. Continue reading and add your comment

The Challenge of Epigenetics

Jean-Baptiste Lamarck

Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829)

Dear members,

I thought I would get things started on FCRF with some thoughts on the subject of the science of epigenetics. Once considered scientific “heresy”, the notion that heredity is more than just the underlying DNA sequence, and that adaptations of this kind can be inherited through successive generations, has now been generally accepted by most researchers. Indeed, it invokes a distinctly “Lamarckian” aspect as it implies that traits acquired through experience/action can be passed down Continue reading and add your comment