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Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World-View

Richard Tarnas's new book suggests the existence of a systematic correspondence between planetary movements and archetypal patterns of human experience.


Bawed on thirty years of research, Richard Tarnas's new book sets forth a substantial body of evidence that suggests the existence of a systematic correspondence between planetary movements and the archetypal patterns of human experience. These correlations, rather than indicating a fatalistic determinism in the cosmic scheme, appear to open up a new dimension of awareness through which human beings can participate more consciously and intelligently in their encounter with and embodiment of the great archetypal forces that shape human life. Richard Tarnas discusses the evidence, the new light it sheds on the relationship of the human psyche to the cosmos, and the new horizon of possibility it reveals at this critical moment in our planet's history.


Speaker(s):

Richard Tarnas, PhD | talks

 

Date and Time:

5 July 2006 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Imperial College
Blackett Building
Prince Consort Road
London
SW7 2AZ


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Organised by:

Scientific and Medical Network
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Tickets:

£12.00

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