Possibilianism

January 10, 2014 — 5 Comments

Living a life “free from dogma, full of awe and wonder.” Does that interest you?

David Eagleman is a neuroscientist and a possibilian who asks us to “celebrate possibility and praise uncertainty.”

How does it get any better than science asking ‘what else is possible?’!

Watch this video to find out about “possibilianism” :

What if this active exploration of new ideas and creating beyond the realm of certainty also is what the Awareness Revolution is about?

5 responses to Possibilianism

  1. 

    😦 the link did not work….. WEIP? HDGBTT? 🙂 Ingela Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 18:48:12 +0000 To: ingela.ingelsson@hotmail.com

  2. 

    Lllluuuuuuuuuuuvvvvvvvv this! I’m glad you found it and posted it! Many thanks!
    Linda

  3. 

    I’ll just geek out thank you! HDIGEBTT?!?
    RAL*

  4. 

    I teach art history. It’s the history of art that supports possibilianism. He is so right about science. And now we know why so many religions are afraid of science… People need the comfort of certainty.
    I love his comment about being comfortable with uncertainty. Simply say, the gospel of science is “I don’t know.” What a feeling of peace it gives me when I realize that 90% is unknown and only 10% is known. Validates my questions and my searches for answers.

  5. 
    deborahjbelcher January 12, 2014 at 6:23 am

    YES!

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