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    June 11 - June 17

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May 2020

Weekend Among Friends: Small Changes Making Big Differences

May 7 - May 10

A Tribute to the Amateurs In this Weekend Among Friends we explore what an era of amateurs could be like and what difference it would make if we all stepped into the ‘beginner’s mentality’. How could this change our ways of living, working and becoming together? How could it change our economy or our natural environment? How could it influence our relationships and ways of cooperating? How could it change our concept of power and being in charge? What if...…

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June 2020

What Is Consciousness?

June 11 - June 17
200€ 25 places left

with Harald Atmanspacher, Richard Baker Roshi, Andrew Fellows, Roderick Main, Shantena Sabbadini, Yuriko Sato and William Seager Consciousness is the primary and most immediate experience we all have. Before knowing our name or who we are, before being able to recognize any specific experience we are undergoing, the immediate realization that "I am" is always there. Yet this fundamental first person experience sits uneasily within the context of our scientific third person description of the world. No doubt consciousness has…

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August 2020

Science, Art, and the Sacred: Multiple Universes

August 27 - September 2
200€ 25 places left

Parallel Worlds in Quantum Physics, Cosmology and Imagination Confirmed speakers: Alison MacLeod, Tim Maudlin, Jocelyne Robinson, Simon Saunders, Paul Tappenden and Jean François Vézina. Chaired by Shantena Sabbadini Is the universe we live in unique? What lies beyond the boundaries of the universe we see? Was the process that gave birth to our universe – the Big Bang –a singular event or are universes bubbling up all the time? Do we exist in different worlds and live parallel lives? Such…

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