A Science-Driven Journey into the Heart of Spirituality

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Researcher and professor Dr. Edward Kelly will sketch his personal experience leading a 20-year survival seminar, or “Sursem” project, under the auspices of Esalen Institute’s Center for Theory and Research (CTR).

The project, with contributions from scholars representing numerous scientific and humanistic disciplines, culminated in a series of theories that undermine the contemporary mainstream physicalist/ materialist worldview while also presenting and evaluating a wide variety of traditional and modern metaphysical alternatives to that worldview.

Learn how we are at, or very near, a major inflection point in modern intellectual history, and how this transition is being driven by leading-edge developments in science itself.

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