Quantum Consciousness with Danah Zohar

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Our picture of the world is being shaped by quantum theory. This dialogue explores the radical, exciting implications of quantum theory for personal and social life. It offers the possibility of a new understanding of the nature of human consciousness, physical reality, God, creativity, social activity, the future of science, and more. This new understanding may change how we see ourselves, and how we relate to the world. “If we’re quantum people,” Danah Zohar says, “we’re completely different from what we thought we were. It has vast implications.... Instead of being strangers and gypsies on the edge of an alien world, as people said about us in the old physics, we become fully members and partners in this universe.” (hosted by Michael Toms)


Danah Zohar is a scientist and philosopher. She studied Physics and Philosophy at MIT and did postgraduate work in Philosophy, Religion & Psychology at Harvard University. She is Visiting Professor in the College of Management at Guizhou University in China. She advocates quantum physics as a guiding metaphor for personal psychology and corporate and social organization.

Zohar is the author of:

To learn more about the work of Danah Zohar go to: www.danahzohar.com.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • The meaning and significance of the “quantum vacuum”
  • Three kinds of thinking that the human brain does
  • A new view of “the mind of God”
  • The implications of quantum theory for mystical spirituality
  • What “Bose-Einstein condensates” tell us about reality
  • The nature of consciousness, in terms of modern physics
  • Humans as co-creators of physical reality
  • A new dimension to “loving your neighbor as yourself”
  • The story of the street people at an Oxford cafe
  • How philosophy is becoming an integral part of science
  • A quantum-physical view of social plurality
  • The nature of creativity, order and chaos

Host: Michael Toms          Interview Date: 12/15/1994          Program Number: 2508  

Music Included

From Album: Oxygene
Artist: Jean-Michel Jarré
1976 Polydor #PD-1-6112
Track - Oxygene Part I

From Album: Direct
Artist: Vangelis
1988 Arista #ARCD-8545