The Human/Dolphin community By Danusia Young
(05/11/10 21:13:09)Related animal: Rat In chapter ten Nollman describes our connation to other species as one-world community. He also writes about the fields of mind that connect us to other non-human species. I found it very interesting that the morphic fields of social groups connect together members of the group even when they are many miles apart, and provide channels of communication through which organisms can stay in touch at a distance. Nollman gives example of Fred Stern connection with the dolphins using morhic field or telepathy. As the author points the dolphins told Stern about their coming that I found very interesting. I believe that some people are more responsive, more sensitive to this kind of connection then others. They know how to extend the morphic fields beyond their brain and use intention and attention to guide them toward better understanding the idea of one-word community and make a successful connection with other non-human species.
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