Dr. Allan Leslie Combs Discusses the Role of Consciousness in Every Day Life: Part 1 (R)
Podcast Episode 089 – Rebroadcast Release Date: November 25, 2016
Originally released May 29, 2015 as Podcast Episode 011. On this podcast Dr. Allan Leslie Combs the first endowed chair Doshi Professor of Transformative Studies and Director of The Center for Consciousness Studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies provides listeners with his views on why they should care about the role of consciousness in everyday life. Professor Combs makes the subject of consciousness more relatable by defining important scientific terms in everyday language and with examples we can all relate to. He provides interesting definitions for Integral Consciousness, Catastrophic Bifurcation, and gives listeners the inside scoop on the formation of the Wilber-Combs model. Dr. Combs also gives tribute to the seminal work of recently deceased neuroscientist Dr. Karl Pribrim who developed the holonomic theory of the brain. Professor Combs is the author of Radiance of Being and the founder of the Consciousness Society. To learn more about Professor Combs’ fascinating work in the area of consciousness, see his website: sourceintegralis.org
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