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Imaginal Inspirations

Imaginal cells are responsible for the metamorphosis of the caterpillar into a butterfly, the Greek symbol for the soul. These cells are dormant in the caterpillar but at a critical point of development they create the new form and structure which becomes the butterfly.


In the podcast series Imaginal Inspirations, David Lorimer talks to transformational authors and scientists about the experiences, people and books that have shaped their life and work.

Episodes

Mark Gober on an end to upside-down thinking
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Dr Dean Radin on Noetic Science
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Dr Athena D. Potari on Plato and Non-Duality
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Dr Peter Fenwick on Neuroscience and Consciousness
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Diane Hennacy Powell on Telepathy in Autism
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Dr Mario Beauregard on Postmaterialist Science
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Dr Jeffrey Mishlove on Consciousness
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Dr Natalie Dyer on Universal Love
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Satish Kumar on Pilgrimage
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Felicity Warner on Soul Midwifery
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Dr Steve Taylor on Panspirtism
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Yvonne Kason on Spiritual Awakening
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Rosy Daniel on Love and Health
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Federico Faggin on Silicon and Consciousness
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Federico Faggin has led what he calls four lives: as a physicist, engineer and inventor, entrepreneur, and author. He developed the MOS silicon gate technology at Fairchild (1968) and designed the world's first microprocessor at Intel (1971). Faggin also founded and led Zilog, Synaptics, and other high-tech companies. The Zilog Z80 microprocessor (1976), and the Z8 microcontroller (1978) are still in volume production in 2021. At Synaptics he pioneered the Touchpad (1994) and the Touchscreen (1999), - solutions that have revolutionized the way we interface with mobile devices.

Federico has received many prizes and awards in the United States, Europe, and Japan. These include the Marconi Prize (1988), the Kyoto Prize for Advanced Technology (1997), and the National Medal of Technology and Innovation (2009), from President Barack Obama. In 1996, Faggin was inducted in the National Inventor's Hall of Fame. He has also received many honorary degrees in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering

Federico is currently president of the Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the scientific study of consciousness, an interest that has become a passionate full-time activity. In 2019, Federico published his autobiography SILICON, through Mondadori, Italy’s premier book publisher, where it has been a bestseller.

 

Imaginal Inspirations is hosted by David Lorimer, Programme Director of the Scientific and Medical Network and Chair of the Galileo Commission, an academic movement dedicated to expanding the evidence base of a science of consciousness.

www.scimednet.org

www.galileocommission.org

www.mysticsandscientists.org

www.beyondthebrain.org

 

Works and links mentioned:

Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation

Silicon: From the Invention of the Microprocessor to the New Science of Consciousness by Federico Faggin.

Godel, Escher, Bach : An Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas Hofstadter

The Enniads by Plotinus

 

Production: Martin Redfern

Artwork: Amber Haas

Music: Life is a River, by Magnus Moone

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Published May 20, 2021 at 5:00am
Vasileios Basios on Consciousness and Complex Systems
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Bruce Greyson on the After life
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Marjorie Woollacott on The Awakening of a Scientific Mind
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David Lorimer on purpose, consciousness and Colin Wilson
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Apela Colorado on trees, dream work and indigenous wisdom
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Richard Tarnas on trusting the unfolding of life and revolutions of thought
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Kim Penberthy on gratitude for our parents and non-dualistic experiences
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Ravi Ravindra on Krishnamurti, effort and grace
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Marilyn Monk on curiosity, belonging and trust
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Jeffrey Kripal on 'impossible' experiences, precognition and the Esalen Institute
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Anne Baring on the divine feminine and Catharism
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Larry Dossey on pre-cognitive dreams and spirituality in healthcare
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Marilyn Schlitz on fiction, mortality and Edgar Mitchell
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Iain McGilchrist on spaciousness, Wordsworth and the soul
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Elisabet Sahtouris on imaginal cells, transformation and presence
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