About John E. Fetzer
John E. Fetzer spent a lifetime inquiring into the interconnectedness between science and spirituality for the transformation of self and society. His search integrated his inner practice (meditation and other mystically oriented practices) to “wake up”, with his outer work in the world. He chose to not be constrained by convention, or status, which led him into some of the most controversial fields of his time. Had he lived until now, he would have pushed even further into new frontiers. The reader then is encouraged to re-imagine for themselves where the frontiers lay in current times.
Questions that might help you to imagine this include:
Why does science need spirituality?
Why does spirituality need science?
What does it mean to awaken?
What practices best help people to awaken?
What is the nature of wholeness?
What questions expand your own search?
ABOUT THIS FETZER LIBRARY
Content in this library is comprised of materials by John E. Fetzer, current and former trustees, commissioned essays and oral histories from various people who knew John Fetzer. Oral histories were included as submitted by the participant and may include inaccurate statements. The John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust does not endorse the subjects of or attest to the accuracy of statements made by contributors, and further advises the reader to use their own judgement.
Learn more about John E. Fetzer
John E. Fetzer sought a life inspired by higher purpose and meaning while also creating abundance and success. He influenced the development of broadcasting, became a leader in professional baseball, and spawned numerous ventures. An inspirational book has been published detailing his spiritual search in the context of metaphysical Midwest movements, and is an engaging introduction into the rapidly shifting spiritual landscape. Search for “John E. Fetzer and the Quest for the New Age”, by Brian C. Wilson at your bookseller or contact Wayne State University Press.