Translating Scientific Knowledge into Wisdom

While Aristotelian distinctions in the Western scientific method, research, and development have proven immensely powerful in leveraging certain aspects of the world, Nonduality offers a transcendent mode by which to directly experience the field of vibratory organic pattern, and decode scientific paradoxes such as the mind-body dichotomy, aka "The Hard Problem." This talk will include both theoretical and experiential dimensions for participants.

The Marin Community Group of Noetic Sciences meets monthly to consider topics comparing the ideas of the quantum sciences and those of non-dual spiritual philosophies.  Discussion follows the presentation.

Thursday, November 30th
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Unity Hall
Marin Community Group of Noetic Sciences

While Aristotelian distinctions in the Western scientific method, research, and development have proven immensely powerful in leveraging certain aspects of the world, Nonduality offers a transcendent mode by which to directly experience the field of vibratory organic pattern, and decode scientific paradoxes such as the mind-body dichotomy, aka "The Hard Problem." This talk will include both theoretical and experiential dimensions for participants.

The Marin Community Group of Noetic Sciences meets monthly to consider topics comparing the ideas of the quantum sciences and those of non-dual spiritual philosophies.  Discussion follows the presentation.

Cost: $10.00 and bring a snack or beverage to share
Location: Unity Hall
Contact: Pat Palmer
Email Contact: everevolving@earthlink.net

Guest Speaker: Anthony S. Wright - PhD

Anthony S. Wright, PhD; Philosophy and Religion Independent scholar of Chinese Philosophy and Complexity Science; Archetypal Astrologer since 1965, study of the Confucian "Classic of Changes" also known as the Yi Jing since 1967; and has taught courses in Divination.
Research interests include the Cosmos as vibratory organic pattern; developing a pedagogy of the subconscious mind; hypnotic states; and sound healing.
Avocational research, study and instruction in the arena of audio production: three ongoing radio programs on KWMR include Talks of Alan Watts; Deepwaking, which features the archetypal stories of Jungian analyst Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD; and Attunement, an Interview program, which has included personal, in-depth interviews with many spiritual and philosophical authors such as Thomas Moore, etc. He has served as recording engineer for poet Robert Bly, Jungian Scholar James Hillman, transpersonal psychologist John Welwood and others.
He currently lives in Western Marin County, California.
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