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Morphic Resonance - Rupert Sheldrake
I loved this book.
I am a huge @rupertsheldrake fan and I thoroughly enjoy all of his books.
This book is an updated version of A New Science of Life, which I think was my first exposure to him, many years ago. This theory has always stuck with me and has been ingrained into what I think the structure of reality is.
There is no way I can properly summarize his theory here so I definitely recommend getting into Sheldrake’s work - his lectures are a great starting point (many on YouTube), and his books The Sense of Being Stared At and Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home are probably the best books to get a grasp of the theory.
This book is much more technical than those. I know it didn’t make sense to me on the first read, and I am very glad he wrote those others for us lay people to understand the theory without the details. But once you understand the basics, the deep dive in this book is very satisfying. I can no longer see the world through another lens. I think Sheldrake’s theory is closest to reality than any other (especially than neo-Darwinian evolution or string theory or any other popular physics theory).
This book is not for beginners, but is still fantastic and I highly recommend.