Another Way is Possible
Mind in Nature With Rupert Sheldrake, Nora Bateson, David Rothenberg, Stephen Harding and Philip Franses 21 January – 8 February (3 week-long courses) Is it possible to experience a ‘mind’ that is located beyond ourselves in the world around us?
Can we communicate using the language of nature?
Is there music beyond the human world?
Explore these questions and experience the mind in nature through the work of Rupert Sheldrake, Gregory Bateson, David Rothenburg and others
Beyond Development – creating diverse paths to wealth and well-being With Vandana Shiva, Robert Chambers, Cormac Russel and Eve Anneke 11 February-1 March (3 week-long courses) What do we mean by ‘progress’ and how is it emerging as different cultural expressions around the world?
This is a course for anyone who cares deeply about making the world a better place, and is interested in how this influences the way we think about ‘development’.
Redefining Ecological Design With Craig Chalquist, Michael Mehaffy and Harald Kegler and guests 11 – 15 February Is there a more holistic approach to design – one that is eco-centric, embodied, soulful and borne out of a deep connection between self and place? Join us for this ground-breaking exploration that will bring together designers, place-based activists and eco-psychologists to redefine the cutting-edge in ecological design.
Holistic Science Now With Stephan Harding, Philip Franses, David Seamon, Roland Playle and guests 18-22 March Twenty years in, we explore how holistic science is being used today and how it might address the pressing issues of our time. If you have an interest professional or otherwise, in broadening the way we understand and use science today this is an opportunity to engage with the leading experts and practitioners of holistic science today.
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