A new paradigm is emerging in spirituality that goes beyond religion, beyond faith, beyond gurus. It is an approach that is grounded in cutting-edge science, using the latest findings from quantum physics and neuroscience to support an analysis of consciousness that is consistent with the ancient wisdom of nonduality.
At this year’s Science and Nonduality Conference, preeminent scientists, philosophers, artists, and mystics will converge for five days of stimulating exchange. Last year, people gathered from all over the world to listen to such luminaries from the worlds of science and spirituality as Stephen Wolinsky, Henry Stapp, Daniel Pinchbeck, Marilyn Schlitz, Peter Russell, and Amit Goswami.
This year’s lineup includes scientist and Biocentrism author, Robert Lanza; spiritual leader and nonduality teacher Adyashanti; Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona, Stuart Hameroff; author Jeff Foster; physicist Nassim Haramein; founder of the Diamond Approach, A. H. Almaas; artist and author Rupert Spira; evolutionary biologist Elisabet Sahtouris; Advaita teacher Francis Lucille; plus many, many more.
“Connections between consciousness and reality have taken center stage due to similarities between Eastern spiritual practice and counter-intuitive scientific discoveries that challenge everyday views of the world. This conference will explore these connections.”
The Science and Nonduality Conference in San Rafael is one of the most interesting conferences of the last ten years. It’s on the leading edge of what is happening. It brings together good teachers, people who are exploring nonduality first-hand, and scientists looking at it from within their own disciplines. So, there is a lot of fertile discussion and fresh, alive thinking.”
In addition to talks from prominent scientists and spiritual leaders, selected presenters will offer interactive workshops that give conference participants more opportunity to engage directly with the speakers.
This year’s program also includes many experiential sessions, co-presented with the magazine Conscious Dancer, in which different movement modalities are offered. With evenings including both live and DJ’ed music, movie screenings, as well as poetry readings, this year’s conference promises to be a stimulating, illuminating, and fun experience.
The Science and Nonduality Conference is organized by Neti Neti Media in association with the Center for Consciousness Studies (CCS) at the University of Arizona, the Institute of Noetic Science (IONS), and Conscious Dancer Magazine.
Neti Neti Media is a conscious conglomerate of filmmakers, scientists, and philosophers committed to expanding human potential by bridging modern science and ancient traditions.
When: October 20 to October 24, 2010
Where: Embassy Suites Hotel, San Rafael, CA
For more information visit: www.scienceandnonduality.com
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