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The Insiders’ View of AI: Faggin and Frenkel

One of the highlights of the SAND17 conference, this discussion starts by introducing Federico Faggin, the inventor of the first microprocessor and one of the creators of the digital revolution, who describes the experience that convinced…

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Science and Consciousness Just Wed — Should this Union Be Annulled?

The union of Science and Consciousness was recently celebrated in Tucson. After 11 biennial sessions as ‘Toward a Science of Con­sciousness’, the premier conference fostering their relationship has dropped the tentative ‘toward’. Congratulations to ‘The Science…

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The Power and Mystery of Kundalini

This panel discussion addresses the mystery and myriad expressions of kundalini energy. Kundalini is reframed as the energetic component of spiritual awakening, as a natural part of the human journey. Surprises and difficulties that may arise…

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Why Believe in Rebirth?

  In a now famous conversation between Carl Sagan and the Dalai Lama, Sagan, a scientist and renowned skeptic, asks, “Your Holiness, what if we were to prove, scientifically, that there is no such thing as…

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All You Need Is Love: Peter Russell

Peter Russell reflects on fifty years of increasingly global exploration of consciousness since the Summer of Love. He charts the phases of this awakening, beginning with the focus on a change of consciousness, and deepening into…

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Singularity

by Marie Howe (after Stephen Hawking) Do you sometimes want to wake up to the singularity we once were? so compact nobody needed a bed, or food or money — nobody hiding in the school bathroom…

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Intimate Relationship as a Spiritual Crucible

by John Welwood Living with someone we love, with all the joys and challenges, is one of the best ways to grow spiritually. But real awakening only happens, says renowned psychologist John Welwood, in the charnel…

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Hsin Hsin Ming: On Trust in the Heart

by Seng-ts’an (China, 529 – 606) Translated by Richard B. Clarke The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences. When love and hate are both absent everything becomes clear and undisguised. Make…

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