Between 1975 until 1992, David Moody knew and worked with both David Bohm and Jiddu Krishnamurti, mostly in the context of the Oak Grove School which he directed. He describes the story of the relationship between Krishnamurti and scientist, David Bohm, both of whom were interested in exploring human consciousness and the psychological causes of the global problems facing humanity. Many years of dialogue are unraveled here to portray these unique...
Pritzker Prize laureate Gottfried Böhm is widely regarded as Germany's preeminent architect. The son of a master builder of churches, he's also the patriarch of a modern architecture dynasty to which his three sons, Stephan, Peter and Paul, belong. But with the death of Gottfried's wife Elisabeth, also an architect and a key source of inspiration for all the Bh̲m builders, the family loses its emotional lodestone.
Juxtaposes three radically different frames of reference: David Bohm's theoretical physics, Ken Wilber's treatment of the Perennial Philosophy, and the ideas of Seth, a disincarnate entity channeled through a medium.
These dialogues with physicist David Bohm and psychiatrist David Shainberg bring to light the fragmentation of the mind which is deeply conditioned by race and nationality, religion and ideology, all producing division, fear and conflict.
Discussions (by Krishnamurti with David Bohm, John Hidley and Rupert Sheldrake) were designed to explore the possibility of viewing the mind without the fragmentation produced by the various schools of psychotherapeutic theory.