Nikola Tesla said “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence”. There are a few scientists today crossing the borders of materialism.
Alexander Gurwitsch introduced the concept of morphogenetic fields in 1944. Eight years later the famous anecdotal evidence from Ken Keyes Jr taught us about the hundredth monkey syndrome. On the island of Koshima, Japan, a young 18-month female Imo washed a sweet potato in a nearby stream. In the past, the Macaca Fuscata monkeys which had been observed for more than thirty years had always eaten sandy vegetables. By 1958 almost all the tribe were washing before eating their food. Let us assume that 99 monkeys were washing and at a certain hour a hundredth monkey washed the sweet potato almost creating an ideological breakthrough which led to the whole tribe both on other islands and the mainland making this a habit.
When certain critical numbers achieve an awareness, new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind and from generation to generation. Thus when only a limited number of people know of a new way, it remains the conscious property of these people and is written into their DNA. But there is a point at which if only one more person tunes into a new awareness, many other minds could be influenced. A field is strengthened so that this awareness is transmittable to almost everyone. Malcolm Gladwell in his book The Tipping Point highlights that it only takes one or a few to cause a whole epidemic. This depiction of the morphogenetic field shows how consciousness is shared and suggests that we as humanity could make a dramatic collective shift.
Rupert Sheldrake , biologist, in 1981 began to examine these morphogenetic fields (fields that give rise to form) in which biological phenomena become more probable the more often they occur. When you sense someone staring at you, you are linking to such a field. In one experiment, he taught in a double blind situation, Japanese children’s rhymes to non-Japanese speakers. In other words, neither the experimenter nor the subjects knew which were traditional, real nor fabricated rhymes. He found that the most well-known rhymes were learnt that much more easily than the new or fabricated ones. He found that the more people have a habit pattern (whether of knowledge, behaviour or perception), the stronger it is in the field and the more easily it replicates in a new person.
He agrees that our wetware or material network of our brain may be devices for tuning into relevant sections of the morphogenetic field for human memory, much as a radio tunes into radio waves. The Keys of Enoch® 315: 59 tells us “When Man is conscious of this, then he can utilize his transduction to make use of the fourth state of matter where he actually uses himself as part of a living crystal communication system.”
Thus our brains are transducers and not producers of thought and consciousness. This further highlights the role of the Higher Spiritual thought-forms which are accessible to humanity. We are all connected and we can affect this field and connection. This nonlocal connection to the greater universe is further detailed in a new book entitled Mind Dynamics in Space and Time which details our ability to see and utilize the presence of a larger consciousness field for communication. We merely have to connect to the higher frequency and resonate with Love and Light. We need to pray, to meditate, to use the Divine Names in concert with the higher worlds and we can then strengthen that morphogenetic field without doing it overtly. The responsibility rests with us and you could be that one person that makes the difference.
Let us call upon the Agape Theou and use the energies of Divine Love to send our thought forms across the universe.
With Love and Blessings,
 Gurwitsch www.researchgate.net/publication/225680805_Our_standpoint_different_from_common_Scientific_heritage_of_Alexander_Gurwitsch
 Gladwell, Malcolm (2000) The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Little Brown.
 Sheldrake, Rupert (1981) A New Science of Life: the hypothesis of formative causation. Los Angeles, CA: J.P. Tarcher.
 Rauscher, Elizabeth, J.J. Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak (2016) Mind Dynamics in Space and Time. Los Gatos: Academy For Future Science.