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Habit Creativity and Freedom

Rupert Sheldrake and Andrew Cohen, philosopher, will join each other for the much anticipated third installment of their illuminating dialogues.


Creativity, Habit and Freedom

ANDREW COHEN AND RUPERT SHELDRAKE

Rupert Sheldrake, innovative biologist and pioneer of consciousness research, and Andrew Cohen, visionary spiritual teacher and evolutionary philosopher, will join each other for a dialogue illuminating new insights in the interface between science and spirituality. In this exchange, they will explore the nature of creativity, habit and freedom. Viewing these fundamental qualities of life from both the scientific and spiritual lenses, they will highlight ways that human beings evolve at the most fundamental level of existence - that of consciousness itself. This evening promises to be a fascinating and illuminating exchange, as these two thinkers delve more deeply into what we currently know about the building blocks of evolution and of the mysterious spiritual compulsion towards the creativity and freedom that lies at the heart of the human experience.


Speaker(s):

Dr Rupert Sheldrake | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

18 May 2009 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Alternatives St James
197 Piccadilly
Westminster
W1J 9LL

http://www.st-james-piccadilly.org
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Organised by:

EnlightenNext
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Tickets:

£15

Available from:

http://www.alternatives.org.uk/Site/EventDescription.aspx?EventID=672

Additional Information:

email:admin@alternatives.org.uk
020 7287 6711

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