The Scientific and Medical Network (SMN) is a worldwide professional community and membership organisation for open-minded, rigorous and evidence-based enquiry into themes bridging science, spirituality and consciousness. It promotes a cultural shift in our understanding of reality and human experience beyond the limits imposed by exclusively materialist and reductionist approaches. The Network brings together open-minded and discerning people who are inclined to a non-materialist interpretation of the universe. Please click here to join us on our journey, or click here for information about our Local Groups and Meetings.
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Mystics and Scientists 40 – The Continuing Quest for Unity and Integration
The Mystics and Scientists conferences have been held every year since 1978, and are dedicated to forging a creative understanding of the complementary roles of scientific and mystical approaches to reality. This year we are celebrating the 40th Anniversary of this flagship series of conferences that have featured many of the leading scientists and mystics of the time. We are especially delighted that Fritjof Capra is able to join us live by Skype, as the only speaker from the original conference, which was the 1978 ‘May Lectures’ and simply entitled Mystics and Scientists. Fritjof had published The Tao of Physics in 1976 and his title was The Implications of the New Physics for the Scientific Reality of our Time. I attended his lecture at Trinity College, Cambridge, around the same time – the event was organised by Prof Bernard Carr, then a Fellow.
We are currently offering an early bird discount on bookings made prior to January 31st
- Science, religion and the future of the afterlife – Dr. Peter Moore on 13th Feb 2017 7:30:pm, at Hampstead London
- Experiences of Angels: Intimations of Ultimate Reality? – Marianne Rankin on 13th Mar 2017 7:30:pm, at Hampstead London
- TAP Conference 2017 on 18th Mar 2017, at Taunton Racecourse
- 40th Anniversary Mystics and Scientists Conference on 7th Apr 2017 6:00:pm, at Horsley Park
- In-formation at the Centre of Creation: consciousness, causality and coherence – Dr. Jude Currivan on 24th Apr 2017 7:30:pm, at Hampstead London