• (David Bohm: Wholeness and the Implicate Order)
  • There is an ongoing dialogue by email in the spirit of David Bohm.
  • (David Bohm, Don Factor, Peter Garrett)
  • Held at the David Bohm Society Archive: Yes.

Wholeness and the Implicate Order

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A few months after J. Krishnamurti’s passing in early 1986, friends of David Bohm who lived in Ojai asked him if he would consider holding a weekend seminar there on the grounds of the Krishnamurti Oak Grove School. He agreed, and thus began a series of annual seminars that would last until 1992 when Bohm himself passed.

The co-exploration of consciousness by the unique spiritual figure J. Krishnamurti and world-renowned theoretical physicist David Bohm took place in a series of more than 30 investigative dialogues. The purpose of this website is twofold: To underscore the historical significance of their shared vision; and to perhaps correct the many misleading characterizations of their relationship that have been circling on the web since their passing—including those inferred in the Bohm biography Infinite Potential.

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Held at the David Bohm Society Archive: No.

David Bohm, the son of a Jewish furniture, was born in Pennsylvania on 20th December, 1917. He studied physics at Pennsylvania State University before completing his doctorate under at the University of California.