On The Brain with Peter Russell and Vernon Rudd

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Here Russell, an authority on the practical and conscious use of brain power, provides a roadmap for how to better understand the brain. As someone who has also translated The Upanishads and conducted extensive research into the psychology of meditation, Russell shares a unique perspective about the connection between the thinking mind and the deeper self. (hosted by Michael Toms) 


Peter Russell, D.C.S. is an author and meditation teacher focusing on consciousness and spirituality. His studies include theoretical physics, mathematics, experimental psychology, and computer science. His principal interest is the deeper, spiritual significance of the times we are passing through. His work seeks to distill the essence of the world’s spiritual traditions and present them in ways relevant to current times. In 1982, with his bestseller of the same name, he coined the term “global brain” and predicted the Internet and the impact it would have on our culture.

Peter’s many books include:

To learn more about the work of Peter Russell go to www.peterrussell.com.

Vernon Rudd was President of Learning Methods Group, an organization that put into practice Peter Russell’s theories. They also held workshops on how we can better utilize our brains. 

Host: Michael Toms                        Interview Date: 11/12/1980                        Program Number: 1578