Chris Johnson on “Mind Brain Interface and The Collective Unconscious – A Metaphysical Perspective”. Chris is very professional and has published books. An entertaining afternoon.
The comprehensive course Thriving With Homeopathy For Birthing Life, facilitates the student and present and future midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, nurses as well as mothers and mothers-to-be with an in-depth understanding of homeopathy in the field of midwifery, its philosophy, and practical application. Next to the main subject homeopathy, the student also will be able to use valuable information regarding effective herbal formulas applicable during the time of birthing life.
The Quaker George Cadbury was considered by his biographer to be both a businessman and a mystic. In this talk Mike King explores the role of religion and spirituality in the origins and legacy of the Industrial Revolution, and the implications of the Quaker ethos for an ethical capitalism. This is the subject of his new book, ‘Quakernomics: An Ethical Capitalism’, one which spans the disciplines of religion, science and economics. The Cadburys were only one of many Quaker families whose enterprises shaped the British economy. Does their example give us a way forward for re-shaping contemporary capitalism on ethical lines?
The 2016 Network Annual Gathering returns to Horsley Park in Surrey from 8-10 July 2016. The Programme will begin on Friday evening with drinks and dinner and continue on Saturday with presentations from 2014 Network Book Prize winner Dr Mick Collins on Doing and the Next Evolutionary Threshold, and Dr Chris Thomson on Conscious Evolution: from the Esoteric to the Exoteric.