2017 marks the centenary of two of the most creative scientists of the 20th century, Prof David Bohm FRS (1917 – 1992) and Prof Vicomte Ilya Prigogine (1917 – 2004). Both men thought out-of-the-box, and introduced new and influential concepts that have had a wide reach outside their specialist fields. The Network arranged a weekend of dialogue with David Bohm in 1988, and a day with Ilya Prigogine in 1995, which was attended by more than 400 people. Both were Honorary Members. Addressed by experts who worked closely with both men, this centenary conference will consider their legacies and the extensive influence, showing how their ideas still shape our thinking.
Widening the Evidence Base in Science and Spirituality Keynote: John Hands University of Plymouth 7-9 July 2017 Chairs Dr Peter Fenwick & David Lorimer Programme Two presentations from John Hands The 2017 Network Annual Gathering returns to the University of Plymouth, where we held the meeting some 10 years ago. The Programme will begin on […]
Date: September 7 – 11 Our lives and our psychology are shaped by influences of which we are often unaware. Our history, culture, people we meet, the Earth’s living systems and even planetary fields play a significant role in our lives. The idea of formative influences goes back at least to Aristotle, with his notion […]
Dr Rupert Sheldrake, Prof Chris Roe, Dr Cassandra Vieten, Dr Dean Radin, Prof Stuart Hameroff, Dr Diane Corcoran, Dr Penny Sartori The interdisciplinary Beyond the Brain conferences were initiated with Willis Harman and Edgar Mitchell of the Institute of Noetic Sciences at St John’s College, Cambridge in 1995. Over the years we have covered a wide range […]