FW: FYI - Connecting Science & Spirituality -TS Southwest Regional Conference
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Southwest Regional Conference
Southwest Regional Conference
Taking the Quantum Leap: Connecting Science & Spirituality
October 13 - 15, 2006 (Fri. - Sun.) in Scottsdale, AZ at The Inn at Pima
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Hotel <http://www.theosophical.org/conference/southwest/#hotel> Information
| Field Trip <http://www.theosophical.org/conference/southwest/#fieldtrip>
Modern scientific thought fostered the age of rationality, but did not
address our relationship to spirituality. Madame Helena Blavatsky,
co-founder of the Theosophical Society, was one of the first to recognize
the need to synthesize science and spirituality, providing a solid
foundation for the study of humanity. Today, quantum physics is bringing us
even closer to a universal understanding of who we are. The development of
quantum physics has brought science and spirituality into a new light where
each plays a part in the understanding of the other. No longer viewed as
unrelated, science and spirituality can work together as twin beacons
shining a light on our universe, by combining the reality of mind with the
nature of soul. We all must make the quantum leap to find our place in this
As we seek greater awareness and higher consciousness, our speakers will
help us understand our spiritual universe and the connection of science with
the sacred. By drawing together seemingly divergent perspectives in such a
way as to foster that spiritual experience which is available to us all as
human spiritual beings, this holistic perspective can potentially bring
harmony out of chaos.
<http://www.theosophical.org/conference/southwest/SWC.pdf> Conference Flyer
Ravi Ravindra, Patricia Monaghan, Amit Goswami, Harold Moses and more.
list and bios
Optional Field Trip
The Heard Museum in Phoenix: Sunday, 1-6 PM.
$25/person: includes lunch, special group tour and transportation.
photos and more info
Heard Museum website: http://www.heard.org/
The registration fee $180 per participant includes a Friday evening social,
Saturday and Sunday continental breakfasts, Saturday lunch, and admission to
all programs (partial scholarships are available).
* Early bird registration by August 10: $130
* Member and new member discounts: $20
* New members who join the Society as part of their registration are
entitled to first year reduced dues of $36.
Please go to Registration
Join us in taking the leap!
<http://www.zmchotels.com/az/pima.html> The Inn at Pima
7330 North Pima Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Phone: (800) 344-0262 or (480) 948-3800.
Special Event Rate
Standard Single or Double: $84 | Suite: $124 (plus tax, per night)
Book early. Rooms at this rate are limited and are for conference
Offer ends: August 10, 2006.
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