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Thursday October 20, 2011


9:00am–6:00pm Pre-conference Workshops 9:00am–1:00pm


Morning Workshops Peter Fenner Undivided and Inseparable—The Nonduality of Relationship [p.22]  ROSS ROOM


Rupert Spira You Are Peace Itself [p.22] Amit Goswami Quantum Physics’ Guide to Enlightenment [p.23] 10:00am–12:30pm


1:00pm–2:00pm 2:00pm–6:00pm


 SANTA ROSA ROOM  NOVATO ROOM


Norman Fischer Think not-thinking: Dogen’s Style of zen Meditation [p.23]  LARKSPUR ROOM


John Hagelin Higher States: Harnessing the Power of Consciousness to Fulfi ll Your Desires and Change the World [p.23]


Lunch


Afternoon Workshops Francis Lucille Unmani [p.24]


4:00pm 6:00pm–7:30pm 7:30pm–10:00pm


7:30pm–7:45pm 7:50pm–8:25pm


8:30pm–9:05pm


9:10pm–9:45pm 9:50pm–10:15pm


10:20pm–10:45pm


Conference Registration Opens Opening dinner


Plenary Session


PL1 Time – a Mystery, an Illusion, a Portal to Timelessness  SAN RAFAEL BALLROOM Maurizio Benazzo Opening remarks


John Hagelin, PhD Is Consciousness the Unifi eld Field? A Field Theorist’s Perspective [p.25]


Fred Alan Wolf, PhD Is it all an illusion? Quantum physics, Time, and the Mind of God [p.25] Rupert Spira Time is Never Experienced [p.25] The plenary will be followed by a short conversation with the presenters


Film Nataraja by Filiippo Carli (25min) [p.18]


 SANTA ROSA ROOM  ROSS ROOM


Menas Kafatos Underlying Principles in Quantum Theory and Metaphysics: Clues to the Fundamental Role of Consciousness in the Universe [p.24]  NOVATO ROOM


 PETALUMA ROOM


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