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Quantum Gnosis

This talk will consider the study of lost self-knowledge, as taught by the Ancient Wisdom Traditions.

This illustrated talk will adapt and develop themes discussed in Oliver's presentation "Dowsing - as a path to enlightenment". The study of lost self-Knowledge, as taught by Ancient Wisdom Traditions, combined with the New Quantum Physics is starting to bring our minds back to our hearts. We have a multi-dimensional and divine nature, expanding well beyond the realm of the 5 senses. Oliver will discuss how Science and Spirituality can form a powerful new alliance, pointing us back to the infinite capacities and freedom seeded deep within our essence. Oliver will outline concepts of the New Quantum Physics, and use images from modern technology to establish a fresh appreciation of our place in this manifold universe. He will then discuss how the way we perceive the world and conduct ourselves defines our reality, and how gradual changes in perception of Self and our interaction with the environment enables us to create a more conscious, positive and coherent life for all.

Oliver Perceval is a self-employed architect working in London. His working ethos is "To design sustainable buildings which also support and promote the physical, mental and spiritual health of all those who use them".


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Date and Time:

27 October 2006 at 7:15 pm


1 hour



Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation
41 Queen's Gate
South Kensington
020 7602 0173
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Doors open at 6.45 and close at 7.30pm.
Nearest tubes Gloucester Rd and South Kensington

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