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What if much of what you have been told about the world is misleading or false?

What if you could find a more complete and satisfying explanation?  What if that explanation could be empowering to each of us and to all of us together?  

The material in this book covers physics and biology, evolution and cosmology, shamanism, philosophy and the developmental psychology of worldviews.

It provides a mechanism for an active relationship between our personal consciousness and the consciousness of a whole universe.

“Everything is Energy” - is not an answer

Yes, it’s true, but useless.  It does not respond to our deeper questions about who and what we are.  

What causes energy to take the forms it does?  What does it mean for who we can be and what we can do?

 Two worldviews, One miracle-filled world

“The Science of Possibility” completes a 30-year quest to produce a satisfactory scientific description of the world I live in.

It is a story of things that I was told can’t happen, but did.

It brings together the best of accepted scientific knowledge with the full range and depth of alternative scientific views, complementary medicine  and well-documented spiritual experience.

The book continues the tradition of Teilhard de Chardin’s “The Phenomenon of Man”, takes forward Gregory Bateson’s search for “The Pattern that Connects” and fleshes out the science of the Akashic field as proposed by Ervin Laszlo.

Accessible to the non-technical reader, it offers an Ecology of Being, a comprehensive and dynamic picture of what it might be to be fully human.

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"As brave and as comprehensive an attempt as I have yet seen to put science into spirituality and spirituality into science.

Like Freeman, I believe that at some point in the future we will all realise that these two "polarities" intersect in consciousness."

Richard Barrett: Author “The Values-Driven Organisation”


I just received your book The Science of Possibility.    It is much more than I thought it would be -- quite profound, well researched, full of insights.

Dr. Don Beck, Co-author “Spiral Dynamics” and “The Crucible”