Expanding Horizons at the Interface between Science, Consciousness and Spirituality
Paradigm Explorer is astonishing. I am almost overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of its contents. I enjoyed all your own reviews in the current edition particularly that of Consciousness Unbound. (Why is Paradigm Explorer not available in all good newsagents? Or waiting to be read in every waiting room?)– Richard
What Honorary Members say about Paradigm Explorer
Dr Anne Baring
Paradigm Explorer is an essential tri-annual guide to outstanding ideas, articles, and books which may not be accessible though the mainstream press. The Book Review section, contributed mainly by David Lorimer, is of exceptional interest, breadth and scope. Of inestimable value in our challenging time.
Larry Dossey, MD
The intersection of modern science and our understanding of consciousness is perhaps the most crucial aspect of human knowledge. Paradigm Explorer is on the cutting edge of this exploration. I treasure every issue!
Prof Ervin Laszlo
Paradigm Explorer is that rare gem among periodicals that combines pioneering contributions with highly informative and enjoyable reading. A treasure to access as soon as it comes off the press.
Prof Ravi Ravindra
Paradigm Explorer always carries some interesting, often inspiring and challenging, articles and very helpful book reviews.
Prof Marilyn Schlitz
In a time of information overload, this resource is a reliable, inspirational and informative go-to that expands our knowledge and sense of the possible. Highly recommended.
Rupert Sheldrake, PhD
A great way of keeping up to date with books, conferences, ideas and commentaries on the current shift towards a more holistic paradigm. The book reviews, in particular, are of unparalleled value.
Elisabet Sahtouris PhD, Evolution Biologist and Futurist
Paradigm Explorer indeed lives up to its name in packing more cutting-edge exploration of evolving paradigms into its pages than any other periodical I have ever encountered. I so look forward to each delicious issue, and am always astounded at David Lorimer’s staggering number of superb book reviews.