Ron Dalrymple

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Born (1949-11-24) November 24, 1949 (age 72)
Denver, Colorado
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materUniversity of Maryland
Occupation
  • Psychologist
  • Author
  • Actor
  • Film producer

Ron Dalrymple is an American psychologist and lifetime student of quantum science. Born November 24, 1949 in Denver, Colorado, Dalrymple is a psychologist, college professor, author, actor, and film producer, as well as a strong advocate for his theory of Quantum Field Psychology (2004).

His theory is the result of an epiphany he experienced at age 19 while attending the University of Maryland and working in NASA’s gifted student program. Dalrymple’s life changing epiphany is that the mind is an energy field that transcends the brain and projects waves of energy, extending through space and touching the universe. This parallels the findings of Thomas Young in 1801 (Ananthaswamy, 2019) with his double slit experiment in studying light energy.

Can the Laws of Physics Explain Psychology? The 19-year-old’s epiphany thunderbolt changed the course of his life after pondering the question, “Can the laws of physics and mathematics (his major) be used to explain the various fields of psychology?” His fresh mind, while only just experiencing a few psychology classes, realized that his concept could be used to explain a vast array of psychological phenomena. Met with derisive comments such as, "You should go live in California," Dalrymple told one great physicist at NASA, Dr. Isadore Adler, about his epiphany. After a thoughtful moment of silence, the man said, "You should go research that.” So he did.[1][2]

Dalrymple’s next 50 years were dedicated to research. After graduating from the University of Maryland in 1971, Dalrymple traveled the world studying different languages, cultures, philosophies and people. He returned to graduate school at Maryland to earn a Ph.D. in psychology in 1984, in order to build his actual theory. What unfolded afterwards was the result of conducting years of therapy with 15,000 patients. In that setting, Dalrymple discovered what actually works in helping people change.[3]

Inner Creative Powers Dalrymple’s first book in this area, 8 Days to Creative Power (1985), was written after graduate school. Positing that individuals have inner creative powers, he explains how to bring them forth into the world in a powerful way.[4]

Mind Development The Inner Manager (1989) is a complete mind development course, showing the reader how to develop different aspects of their mental faculties in order to conquer life.

Daily Aphorisms I Love You God (1999), explores the spiritual side of the life journey, with 365 daily aphorisms, helping individuals stay focused on Divine ideas as they deal with the hardships of life.[5]

Creating the Final Theory In 1999, in order to review all fields of psychology and to create his final theory, Dalrymple elected to teach and lecture full-time in the University of Maryland's Overseas Program. While teaching 15 courses in psychology in Korea, Japan, Italy and Sicily for three years, he worked on Quantum Field Psychology (2004). The book met with thundering silence. Dalrymple realized the theory was too complicated when many psychologists proclaimed, “You didn’t say there would be any math!”

In search of a better and more simple approach that people could readily understand and assimilate, Dalrymple decided on a visual explanation, a documentary film. He enrolled in film school at the International Academy of Film and Television, in West Palm Beach, Florida. Mastery of how to write scripts, produce, cast, direct, and edit earned him a certificate in film production. He also earned a secondary Master of Screenwriting Certificate from ScreenwritingU in Los Angeles, California.[6]

The Discovery of Quantum Field Psychology Dalrymple’s first film, Paradise Found (2015), is based on his Quantum Field Psychology, and tells the story about his discovery. The experimental film examines the ravaged mind of a post-traumatic stress victim locked into his World War II fixations of anger and fear, versus his son’s world-changing revelations.[7]

Parallels with Nikola Tesla The current documentary,The Endless Question (2019), is a two-hour revelation of interviews with some of the greatest minds in the world on the topic of Quantum Field Psychology, which parallels the works of Nikola Tesla (Tesla, 2018). The incorporation of Tesla’s ideas, combined with the interviews in The Endless Question (2019), present a stunning synchrony of thought and insight along with new landscapes of imagination and realization.[8]

Selected publications and films: 8 Days to Creative Power (Book, 1985) The Inner Manager (Book, 1989) The Feeding: Corporate Cannibalism (Book, 1995) I Love You, God (Book, 1999) Quantum Field Psychology (Book, 2004) Paradise Found (Film, 2015) The Endless Question (Documentary Film, 2019)

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References

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  2. "Tesla, Nikola". dx.doi.org. doi:10.1553/0x003110be. Retrieved 2020-11-04.
  3. Ananthaswamy, Anil (December 2014). "How to think about: Quantum reality". New Scientist. 224 (2999): 35. Bibcode:2014NewSc.224...35A. doi:10.1016/s0262-4079(14)62395-2. ISSN 0262-4079.
  4. "Dalrymple, Sir James (fl 1714)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2018-02-06, doi:10.1093/odnb/9780192683120.013.7051, retrieved 2020-11-04
  5. "Dalrymple, Sir James (fl 1714)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2018-02-06, doi:10.1093/odnb/9780192683120.013.7051, retrieved 2020-11-04
  6. "The Remoteness of God", I Want You to Be, University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 35–52, 2016-08-15, doi:10.2307/j.ctvpj76jh.6, ISBN 978-0-268-10074-2, retrieved 2020-11-04
  7. "Dalrymple, Sir James (fl 1714)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2018-02-06, doi:10.1093/odnb/9780192683120.013.7051, retrieved 2020-11-04
  8. Herbert, Nick; Stein, Frederick M. (May 1987). "Quantum Reality: Beyond the New Physics". American Journal of Physics. 55 (5): 478–479. Bibcode:1987AmJPh..55..478H. doi:10.1119/1.15146. ISSN 0002-9505.

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