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Students of Spiritual Science Symposium: Visions of a New Paradigm

July 6 @ 10:00 am - July 7 @ 5:00 pm

The Students of Spiritual Science Symposium showcases the work of students of spiritual science. We invite all academics, artists, musicians, and ceremonialists to be part of the symposium. If you are a student exploring new paradigms for consciousness, new earth technology, social justice, eco-justice, climate solutions, heart resonance, feminist perspectives in Transpersonal Psychology, holistic solutions to mental health; if you are a practitioner of holistic practices that support our evolution; if you have made music or art which is provocative and transformational and carries a vision of a new paradigm, we invite you to submit an application.

The symposium is open to all students of spiritual science, including but not limited to undergraduate, postgraduate, and next-generation members of the SMN at all stages of their studies/career, from a variety of disciplines, and from all educational backgrounds, whose research/work addresses the aims, mission, and vision of the SMN in its broadest sense. Specifically, this means that the symposium is envisioned to be a creative force for education, learning, and transformative change. Additionally, all participants must have an appreciation of the importance of the scientific method in a practical sense, but be open to exploring and expanding, in a spirit of open and critical enquiry, frontier issues at the interfaces between science, health, consciousness, wellbeing, love, and spirituality, to explore how to rediscover a meaningful spirituality to help rebalance life itself.

The symposium aims to create community and build bridges between different ways of knowing and experiencing the world through the written and spoken word, art, poetry, comedy, spiritual practice, and music.

🌏Further details and apply to present: Students of Spiritual Science Symposium – New Paradigm Navigators 

Organizer

New Paradigm Navigators

Venue

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The Alef Field