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A six part series, Sunday evenings from 7:30pm - 8:45pm PT Click Here for the series brochure Schedule 2021 October 10th Rev. Heng Sure and Mr. Nipun Mehta October 17th Rabbi David Baron and Dr. Marilyn Schlitz October 31st Mr. Navin Amarasuriya and Dr. Fuad Sobrinho November 7th Dr. Murat Tanik and Dr. Pei Hsia November 14th Dr. Clair Brown and DM Heng Yin November 21st Dr. Lily Yeh and Ms. Hong Zheng To Join: Please use Zoom For English, simply attend the Zoom meeting. For Chinese translation, after joining the meeting, please click the interpretation button on the menu bar at the bottom of the screen, then select "Chinese." Please see the attached screenshots...

SMN Programme Director David Lorimer chats to Dr Marilyn Schlitz, a featured speaker at Beyond the Brain 2021 Online – 5-7 November 2021 Tickets are on sale now: https://2021.beyondthebrain.org Further Reaches of Consciousness Research For more updates on the conference, including free exclusive preview interviews like this, sign up to our newsletter https://scientificandmedical.net/subscribe-to-our-newsletter/...

Further Reaches of Consciousness Research 5-7 November 2021 Welcome to the Beyond the Brain conference series Beyond the Brain 2021 is the 16th event in the world’s premier conference series exploring new research on whether and how consciousness and mind extend beyond the physical brain and body. Consciousness is one of the most exciting topics in science, which is why we established the interdisciplinary Beyond the Brain conference series with Willis Harman and Edgar Mitchell of IONS at St John’s College, Cambridge, in 1995. The conferences all explore the frontiers of consciousness research beyond the limits of scientific materialism. Our speakers all...

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