The philosopher Alfred North Whitehead said that reality arises through a series of moments which feel into the past moment as they feel for(ward) the next moment. For Whitehead, the action in-between was nothing at all like the tight wire between the physicists’ cause and effect. Rather, Whitehead thought of this feeling-process—which he called “prehension” – as incredibly sensitive, […]
Tag: subtle sensing
I never met this man, but he seems to know a lot about subtle sensing, and how we are part of nature, and how we can be as nature. Enjoy listening to him!