FMBR presents a lecture by Dr. Mike Buchele and Dr. Bob Whitehouse, that explores the exciting Theory of Everything (TOE) developed by Arthur Young. After a brief overview of other TOEs, they will present the fundamentals of Young's Theory of (Evolutionary) Process (ToP), which elegantly describes the primacy of light (the quantum of action) in the unfolding of the energetic and then the material universe; how this occurs within 4 Levels of existence, and manifests via a Toroidal 7 Stage Process. It recognizes Spirit/Purpose as being an essential part of the Material Universe studied by Science, present from Creation's Big Bang, through the evolution of life, and into our present self-reflexive human consciousness. It also points toward our possible future evolution, if we awaken to how our human consciousness is essential to transcending this critical Turning Point that we have now entered. it gives us a Reason to Hope, but a Responsibility to Act. It solves the mystery of free will versus determinism, showing that both are necessary as we develop conscious control of our selves, with the ability to develop a sustainable and thriving society which recognizes the dignity and divinity of every soul.
Bob Whitehouse, EdD is a psychologist, biofeedback specialist, emeritus professor of psychology, and former sport and performance psychology instructor, as well as presenter/consultant. He gives talks and workshops locally and around the world on heart and breath and on the toroidal universe and what it means to be here now. He is writing a book called "The TORUS Project: Evolution of Consciousness at the TURN, New Reason to Hope." His first encounter with Arthur Young's Theory of Process was in 1979 with Young's books The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning.
Michael Buchele, MD is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, was formerly Chief of the Medical Staff of the John Muir Hospital, Concord Campus, of John Muir Health, in 2003, and retired from active clinical practice in 2012.
Mike met Arthur M. Young in 1977, and attended talks that Arthur gave at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, CA, until Arthur died in 1995. He is one of three Board of Directors of the current Institute for the Study of Consciousness (ISC), which works with the ANODOS Foundation, to keep the works of Arthur Young in print, and to teach and to encourage the further development and application of Young's Theory of Process (ToP).