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The term “synchronicity” was coined by Jung and refers to those meaningful coincidences in which outer circumstances reflect in surprising ways the inner process of the person involved, sometimes with life transforming implications. In this seminar we will investigate synchronicity both as an interpretative principle and as a psychological experience through the actual consultation of the oracle. We will use the Eranos I Ching, an innovative translation by the sinologist Rudolf Ritsema and Shantena Augusto Sabbadini, the fruit of fifty years of…Find out more »
What is time? It is at the same time what is closest to us and the deepest mystery. So close we cannot step outside it and watch it from a distance. And actually, when we attempt to do so, the notion of time itself seems to fade away, to dissolve into timelessness, where past, present and future merge into an eternal instant. In this Pari Dialogue we will plumb the mystery of time from different perspectives: art, science, psychology, literature,…Find out more »
This seminar is an invitation to wonder and be grateful for the adventure of life and for the mystery of which we are part. We and the world are expressions of the same creativity of existence, waves in the ocean of consciousness. Embracing our oceanic nature is the way to find peace on an individual and a collective level.Find out more »
If we have a wider range of ideas, knowledge and expressions to tap into, we would probably be better equipped for developing a way of living that contributes to the wellbeing of everyone in harmony with our Earth. Can we find ways to cooperate with the earth, with wisdom rooted in other worldviews then ours and with ideas born and nurtured in other communities, disciplines, cultures and places?
This year’s Weekend Among Friends is a tribute to the other and elsewhere.
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with Richard Berengarten, Andrew Fellows, Elena Liotta, Roderick Main, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini and Yuriko Sato
Carl Jung once said that the gods we have expelled from our psyche come back to us in the guise of diseases (and, we might add, ecological disasters). Only the contact with the numinous can make us whole and enable us to navigate the tremendous challenges of the Anthropocene.
By focusing exclusively on the measurable aspects of the world modern science has gained immense technological power, but it has lost the living quality of experience and the intimate participation in the web of life.
The June 2019 Pari Dialogue will invite archetypes of wholeness to our discussions as we work toward a return of the world soul.
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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.
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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 »