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The Network is part of a worldwide contemporary movement for assimilating spiritual understanding. We bring together scientists, doctors, psychologists, engineers, philosophers, complementary practitioners and other professionals, in a spirit of open and critical enquiry, to explore frontier issues at the interfaces between science, consciousness, wellbeing and spirituality.
Insights gained from engaging in our extensive educational activities and archives enable our Members to initiate informed transformative change in the world, and in their personal and professional lives.
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Upcoming Educational Events & Webinars
Science – Consciousness – Spirituality – Health and Healing – Ecology and Ethics
All sessions will be recorded:
You will receive a video link to events you have booked, in case you cannot attend live
Dr Siegmar Gerken in conversation with Dr Stanley KrippnerSeason TicketWebinars
David Chernikoff – Ageing and Awakening: A Buddhist Perspective on Growing OlderSeason TicketWebinars
Prof Linda Zagzebski – The Two Greatest Ideas: Grasping the Universe and our own MindsSeason TicketWebinars
Peter Dawkins – Sir Francis Bacon – The 1623 Twin Publications, Keys to the Rosicrucian Work [The Advancement of Learning in Latin and the Shakespeare Folio]Season TicketWebinars
SMN Golden Jubilee Celebration – Visions of Interconnectedness in Science and Spiritual Wisdom
In the podcast series Imaginal Inspirations, David Lorimer talks to transformational authors and scientists about the experiences, people and books that have shaped their life and work.
David’s guest today is Dr Monica Gagliano who is Research Associate Professor in Evolutionary Ecology at the Biological Intelligence (BI) Lab, Southern Cross University in Perth, Australia. Her main research is broadly focusing on key aspects of the ecological processes by which organisms are able to gather information on the variable conditions of their surrounding environment in order to thrive. In collaboration with various disciplines across the Sciences and the Humanities, her research aims at expanding our perception of animals, plants and more generally Nature. In the process of learning how to do this, she has pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics and extended the concept of cognition to plants, re-igniting the discourse on plant subjectivity, sentience and ethical standing.
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