Media

Integrating new energy concepts through media

The New Energy Movement believes that with energy creation and usage, comes an expanded awareness and moral responsibility. To build a new energy ecosystem, it is essential to consider the ethical implications from the way the science is derived and makes sense of how these technologies work, to how they are built, distributed and used.

This includes considering new scientific perspectives in which to view the alive, ever-present abundant Universal energy, envisioning economic systems that encourages altruism, and highlighting materials that synthesize science and spirituality.

In this section we provide articles and other media that integrate science, spirituality, morality and other social issues, we feel capture the essence of our purpose.

Consciousness and Spirituality

Deepak Chopra on Human Energy Human Power

Highlight: “Self-power comes from the field of your inner-being which is the field of pure potentiality, the immeasurable potential of all that was, all that is and all that will be… It is the organizing power of the universe”

 

Eckhart Tolle on Do I Own My Idea? The Nature of Creative Manifestation

Highlight: “Do what you feel wants to be born through you and enjoy the process at all levels"

 

Neil Gaur on Quantum Physics and the Spiritual Connection to The Cosmos

Highlight: "This spiritual notion of enlightenment and tuning into frequencies, that are not tangible or readily available in the dimension we live in, was once a lost, ancient and forgotten science that is now being proven with current technology. The depth of our experience has led way for a new reality that we have the opportunity to choose... Let's choose a reality that creates harmony rather than chaos"

 

 

Social and racial justice

Dr. TallBear on Advancing Science and Technology for Indigenous Communities

Highlight: "If we’re going to engage in science and technology in ways that are useful for tribal sovereignty, for decolonization, that means doing it differently. It means asking our own research questions, it means producing our own scientists and engineers to do the work that we need them to do on behalf of tribal sovereignty”

 

Julie Libarkin on "Yes, Sexual Harassment Still Drives Women Out of Physics"

Highlight: "When sexual harassment goes unchecked, physics loses great people, great minds, and great potential. It’s worth noting that sexual harassment disproportionately affects people of color, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. This may partially explain why the physics community has long been male dominated, and is disproportionately able-bodied and white. It’s up to all of us to see the culture as it truly is, acknowledge sexual harassment as an ingrained problem, and take steps to ensure that all physicists have a welcoming and respectful place to work"

 

Economics

David Korten on "We the People of Living Earth: An Authentic Story for Our Time"

Highlight: “A new story, a Sacred Life and Living Earth story, is emerging... Time is life. Real wealth is living wealth. Money is just a number useful as a medium of exchange in well-regulated markets. We humans are living beings born of and nurtured by Living Earth, itself born of a living universe. Life exists only in community. We are a part of nature, not apart from nature. Earth does not belong to us. We belong to Earth. Our health and prosperity depend on Earth’s health and prosperity.”

 

Juan Manuel and Martin Kirk on The Future of Activism

Highlight: “Serve, not Serve yourself. Represent, not Supplant. Construct, not Destroy. Obey, not Command. Propose, not Impose. Convince, not Defeat. Go Below, not Climb Above”

 

Shaun Chamberlin on The Economics of Solidarity, Spirit, and Soul

Highlight: “The key to a better future lies not in jobs, growth and mathematics, but in culture, community and conviviality… The [future] economy will depend for its existence on a deep foundation in culture. It is possible to live without it, but only for a time, like holding your breath under water”

 

Alternative Perspectives

Elisabet Sahtouris on The Living Universe

Highlight: “It all starts with cosmic consciousness, aliveness, intelligence, all inherent within which consciousness and life arose”

 

Media Indigena on Why Decarbonization and Decolonization Go Hand-In-Hand Podcast

Highlight: “At the heart of the solution is addressing the utter, unfettered, rampant, profit-and-growth-at-all-costs imperatives of capitalism… we need radical changes at all levels”

 

The Indigenous World View vs. Western World View

Highlight: “Indigenous societies see prosperity in nature, resources are abundant, shared. Collaboration fosters environmental stewardship, and balance with nature. In the western world nature is feared”

 

Life In Syntropy short documentary

Highlight: “There is no energy loss. Here, the fertilizer doesn’t go away. It’s the opposite to conventional agriculture, be it organic or not. When we use fertilizer we transform 1 into 500. In conventional agriculture, we put in 1 and we receive 0.3. After a while we have to give 2 to achieve the same results, because we aren’t working with the natural processes of life.”

 

Modern Science and Vedic Science: An Introduction

https://research.mum.edu/modern-science-and-vedic-science-journal/modern-science-and-vedic-science-an-introduction/

Highlight: “Vedic Science is to be understood as a body of knowledge based on the direct experience of the sequential unfoldment of the unified field into the diversity of nature. It is an account, according to Maharishi, of the origin of the universe from the unified field of natural law, an account that is open to verification through direct experience, and is thus to be understood as a systematic science."