in Challenging Times
with Dr. Amit Goswami
For millennia the contemplative traditions of India and Tibet have taught that the ultimate nature of reality is empty of inherent existence, and thus insists on social engagement based on love and compassion. This paradox is known as nonduality and understood correctly avoids the extremes of absolutism and nihilism, allowing for creative agency in the world.
Join visionary thinker Dr. Amit Goswami for this talk on quantum activism, and discover the transformative aspects of quantum physics, such as nonlocality (communicating without signals); discontinuity (taking quantum leaps without going through intermediate steps); and tangled hierarchy (the capacity for causally circular relationships). Learn how these quantum principles relate to ancient, sacred wisdom and how they can be applied to conflict resolution and reshaping society.
You Will Learn:
- A primer on Quantum Theory for meditators and yogis.
- Similarities and differences between Quantum theory and Buddhist & Advita notions of non-duality.
- The connection between emptiness and compassion, engagement and activism
- Practices, methods and applications of quantum theory to real world situations, particularly the global pandemic and social justice.
You Will Receive:
- Dr. Goswami's Quantum Activist workbook
- Access to a recording of the lecture
Saturday July 18 | 10AM -12PM EDT
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About Dr. Amit Goswami
Theoretical Quantum Physicist Dr. Amit Goswami is a revolutionary amongst a growing body of renegade scientists who, in recent years, has ventured into the domain of the spiritual in an attempt both to interpret the seemingly inexplicable findings of curious experiments and to validate intuitions about the existence of a spiritual dimension of life. A prolific writer, teacher, and visionary, Dr. Goswami has appeared in the movies What the Bleep do we know!?, Dalai Lama Renaissance, as well as the award winning documentary, The Quantum Activist. (Read More)
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