Having the Courage NOT to be Relevant

Dr. Marjorie Woollacott

Neuroscientist / Author / President, AAPS

March 3, 2021

Marjorie joins us from Sedona, Arizona. She grew up in a family where the wonder of music, art and literature defined much of her existence as a young girl. Armed with a natural intellectual curiosity and a profound admiration of both musical expression and scientific exploration, Marjorie embarked on both early on in her studies.

As a young scientist she was inculcated by the materialist dogma of her field, until she became open to a specific experience. From that point on things changed for her – forever. We discuss self-affirming loops, mind-wandering networks and meditation, non-linear perspectives, the mystical realm, the mystery of dreaming and the near death experience. We examine the significance of having the courage to push through and explore what is new or defined as unpopular by conventional standards.

A conversation with an accomplished scientist who also leads a movement in the advancement of post-materialist science … sooo much fun.

Dr. Marjorie Woollacott:


Academy for the Advancement of Postmaterialist Sciences