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with Isis Brook, Basil Hiley, Ciprian Man, Hester Reeve, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini, David Schrum, Godelieve Spaas and Christopher Todhunter and the Screening of Absurdity of Certainty, directed by Jena Axelrod, feat. F. David Peat
How can we bring about a future that respects the Earth and that nurtures the wellbeing of all?
The Pari Dialogue of 2019 considers this challenge. Through seminars, exploratory discussions and practical sessions, we will examine humanity’s current situation and explore key factors for the co-creation of a future that respects our planet and benefits all. Together with leaders in key areas—physics, economics, the arts, cultural studies, ecology—we invite participants to envision an emerging holistic future.
Join us as we follow in a spirit that honours these attitudes and the work of David Bohm and F. David Peat, as we explore together pathways to a holistic future.
Open to everyone, contact us: email@example.com
Online Pari Community Conservation about Gentle Action with Shantena Sabbadini, Godelieve Spaas and Donna Kennedy-Glans Saturday April 18, 2020 at 16:00 Central European Standard Time (GMT +2) What our planet requires are not violent revolutions, or vast government programs imposed from above but a new action that is sensitive and highly intelligent. This action must grow out of our sense of harmony and relationship to nature and each other. It has its source in very gentle but coordinated activity…Find out more »
Zoom Online Dialogue: May 9, 2020 at 16:00 - 17:30 Central European Summer Time (GMT+2) We ordinarily assume that we know what is real. I assume the computer I am typing these words on is a real solid object here in front of me, set on a real wooden table, which has been with me for many years. They both seem real enough. And yet, are they? Physics gives me quite a different picture: these apparently solid objects are…Find out more »
The Agrarian Renaissance Zoom Online Dialogue: June 6, 2020 at 16:00 – 17:30 (CEST) Although the world is in a terrible state on every front—Covid-19 is just the surface of our problem—there is still time to turn things around. Indeed we and our fellow creatures could and should be looking forward to a long and glorious future—the next million years for starters. To achieve this though we need to re-think everything that we do and take for granted—and to…Find out more »
Saturday June 27 at 16:00 (CEST)Presencing (blending Presence and Sensing) is the capacity to operate from the source of one’s highest future possibility, in the Now – an intentional realisation of the present through active dialogue with the emerging future. Julie Arts, from the Presencing Institute, will share elements of Theory U, a framework for profound innovation developed to allow individuals, organizations and communities to address their most pressing challenges. Theory U, as an awareness-based method for transformation, is inspired…Find out more »
It is our great pleasure to invite you to join us for the screening of the World Premiere of the Director's cut of INFINITE POTENTIAL THE LIFE AND IDEAS OF DAVID BOHM Saturday July 11 at 9:00am PDT | 12:00pm EDT | 6:00pm CEST David Peat’s long-term dream was to produce a documentary about his colleague and friend David Bohm. Now, with the support of the Fetzer Foundation, the Mind and Life Institute, director Paul Howard and Imagine Films, and…Find out more »
Pari Center Online Summer Series Join us for one or all of our two-hour sessions Saturday and Sunday from July 12–August 23 at 9:00am (PDT)/12:00pm (EDT)/6:00pm (CEST). This summer we are offering a unique opportunity to take part in an exploration of Bohm’s life and ideas. Join us online for a series of presentations by former colleagues of David Bohm and scholars of his work. Each session will allow time for audience participation in the form of dialogue, discussion and…Find out more »
with Paul Howard July 12 at 18:00 (CEST) for a 2-hour live session Having just completed a film on David Bohm’s life, his incredible work in physics, philosophy and the nature of consciousness, the question that Paul asked himself was, how come I never before heard about this extraordinary man and his work? He was the man Einstein called his ‘spiritual son’ and the Dalai Lama his ‘science guru,’ so why is it that the world hardly knows his name? Paul…Find out more »
with Olival Freire Jr. July 18 at 18:00 (CEST) for a 2-hour live session When David Bohm arrived in California in the early 1940s for graduate studies he had already consolidated two intellectual trends which would characterize his whole life. He knew what kind of physics he enjoyed working on; while he was attracted to theoretical physics and had exhibited skills in mathematics, he had no patience for the solving problem style of physics he had found at Caltech. Instead…Find out more »
with Chris Dewdney July 19 at 18:00 (CEST) for a 2-hour live session Chris Dewdney will review a selection of the animations that he originated during the period from 1979, when the Two-Slit calculations were first published, up to the more recent field-matter interaction examples. The animations will be shown (many in the updated form seen in the documentary Infinite Potential) during his talk and he will explain in a non-technical way, how they were produced and exactly what they…Find out more »