morphic fields

Morphic Fields

Rupert Sheldrake, a biologist, parapsychologist and Cambridge University researcher describes the morphic field as the fabric from which organisms unfold. This unified field is conceptualised as the blueprint from which an oak tree seed can become an oak tree, through the vibrational archetypal (memory) patterns that the organism resonates with and cultivates from. Morphic fields theory also explains how DNA can be the same in different parts of the body, yet different parts of the body will take on different forms. The habitual fields of memory are real forces that exist and have been depicted in laboratory studies with plant and human astrocyte cells.


The work of Dean Radin and the Institute of Noetic Sciences in California found that rituals of chanting and prayer over a period of a few days restored the healthy function of laboratory cells and continued to do so in between and beyond these sessions. The material is not the physical, the psyche is the physical and with it are very real forces with very observable effects that remain present beyond the action. There exists in the environment, fields of social memory that can be added to by the inner presence of compassion and love.


Cymatics, is the visual expression of how organisms may attune to certain frequencies, displaying increasingly complex geometric arrangements as the vibration of sound increases in the ether. Ego may also be of a similar source, (see thought, form & emotion); the attachment to the shapes that we experience as our form. Our challenge as a collective, is to experience and transcend the archetypal blueprints in order to evolve.


Compassion emerges more easily therefore, with this recognition. We can see the bigger picture and we stop taking it all so personally. We realise that we are here on a purposeful journey, a journey which Western psychology will re-member but perhaps fears (see compassion and evolution and mental health and spirituality).