Exploring the nature of consciousness in science and life.
Join this one day workshop and go on a journey through matter, life and the universe, and all the while putting the most important piece - consciousness - into its rightful place in the puzzle of existence; right at the very beginning.
Science and philosophy have common goals: to explore and uncover answers to the big questions of existence and to apply that knowledge in the good of humanity. It turns out that the seemingly simple question, who am I, has plagued not only philosophers since time antiquity, but in more recent times it has seen neuroscientists scratching their heads also. After this workshop you will be utterly bedazzled, inspired and ready to connect with your true nature in ways that you probably would not have considered before!
In this workshop, a prime objective is to unite the faculties in
addressing the fundamental questions of:
What are the processes of perception, cognition and experience?
Who or what is doing the observation?
What is the self and the source of consciousness?
What is being observed?
What is matter and the nature of reality?
Is consciousness different from biological matter, and if so, then how does it interact with matter?
Upon first glance, it may appear that consciousness is restricted to neuroscience. This presentation hopes to change that view and to illustrate that consciousness permeates all fields of science.
What Will Be Covered:
How reality is shaped by consciousness
What guides the unfolding of the universe
What lies beyond the universe
How science fits into spiritual reality
What this all means for you