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What is Consciousness?: Three Sages Look Behind the Veil (A New Paradigm Book)

Please welcome to the world, What is Consciousness?, three powerful explorations of ourselves and our place in the universe – A New Paradigm Book of the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, Kingsley L. Dennis, Series Editor

In this profound collaboration, three world-renowned thinkers examine our commonly held assumptions about consciousness and reality in three revelatory essays. Together they will change the way we see ourselves and our universe.

What is Consciousness? Conventional thinking tells us it consists of the images, sensations, thoughts, and feelings produced by the brain. When the neurons in the brain stop firing, consciousness ceases to be. But does it?

In this profound book, eminent thinkers and scholars Ervin Laszlo, Jean Houston, and Larry Dossey look behind the veil of our commonly held assumptions about consciousness to examine its true nature in three revelatory essays. Laszlo makes a compelling case that consciousness is a phenomenon that transcends our physical beings. Houston examines consciousness and its place in what she calls the “quantum field of the cosmos.” Dossey offers a trenchant, erudite takedown of the materialist view of the human mind.

What is Consciousness? will change the way you see yourself, your mind, and the universe.

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A Midsummer Symposium on Consciousness - Club of Budapest UK event


From the 20th to the 22nd of June 2016, a remarkable group of people assembled at Tyringham Hall for the Club of Budapest’s UK launch and a Midsummer Symposium discussing consciousness and how it relates to critical current global events. The timing seemed auspicious, as it was both summer solstice and a full moon. As Ervin Lazlo, Barbara Marx Hubbard and other luminaries assembled on the lawn for a welcoming ceremony, everyone was touched by the remarkable celestial timing.

Over the following days, a series of talks and discussions asked profound questions such as does consciousness exist beyond the brain? For many of the group, it is becoming increasingly apparent that science is moving into alignment with ancient wisdom. It was proposed that there is a universal intelligence in the cosmos manifesting in all forms of existence. This is the ultimate source also of our individual and collective human consciousness.

After a welcome from Anton Bilton, host and co-founder of The Tyringham Initiative, Ervin Laszlo, President of The Club of Budapest, opened proceedings and outlined a vision that has informed the 54 books he has authored or co-authored; that consciousness is infinite in space and time. With this new larger interpretation of consciousness, we are all invited to play our part in creating a framework for reaching a peaceful and cooperative global society thus continuing the grand adventure of life, spirit, and consciousness on Earth. He said “there is a cosmic intelligence that produces information for everything… we have to make sure that we respond to this natural cosmic information”

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Bővebben: A Midsummer Symposium on Consciousness - Club of Budapest UK event

One Earth Choir event on the 21st February, 2016.

Join in One Earth Choir tomorrow. 3.5 Million people singing together around the world for peace. A global creative gesture for Peace - initiative from the Club Of Budapest Switzerland, organized by Anna Bacchia.

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Csütörtöki Iskola - Prof. László Ervin előadása

A Csütörtöki Iskola faluszeminárium olyan civil akadémia, ahol a mai magyar valóságot, az intézményi, szellemi, és gazdasági támogatottság nélkül magukra maradt falvak életbemaradásának, önfenntartó képességének sajátos problémáit, feladatait igyekszünk feltárni, a közös gondolkodás, az igényes párbeszéd módszerével. Mert több szempontból is szükséges és indokolt a találkozás, az együttgondolkodás a perifériára szorult falvak és tanyák sanyarú sorsát, kiszolgáltatottságát, társadalmi leszakadását látva, ahol iszonyatosan felgyorsult és egyre több társadalmi csoportot ránt magával a szegénység, a kilátástalanság.

László Ervin (Budapest, 1932. június 12. –) tudományfilozófus, író, eredetileg zongoraművész, a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia külső tagja. Szakterülete az általános evolúció- és rendszerelmélet és a tudományfilozófia.

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