Later this year Paul Kiritsis will present his research into precognitive dreams at the 16th EUROTAS Conference of Transpersonal Psychology due to be held between the 1st and 5th of October at the Pilot Beach Hotel Resort in Georgiouspolis-Chania, Crete. The theme this year is Metamorphosis: Disintegration, Integration, Conscious Living.
Presentation or Workshop Title: Unearthing our Mutual Inheritance: The Shared Mind
This program is designed to help you:
v Gain knowledge of the hidden power of the mind (in this case a form of ‘psi’ known as precognition) and what it reveals about the nature of consciousness.
v Understand that there is an unconscious layer that connects us all to one another and to the greater cosmos in the guise of an intricate cosmic web.
v Understand that mind and brain are not the same thing, and that on some level mind operates independently of matter.
v Become aware of and correctly identify precognitive content and the different ways it can garner expression in the matrix of your own personal dreamscape.
v Provide insight into the variant types of precognitive experience and how they differ from one another.
Description: Utilizing his own research project, Dreamscaping Without my Timekeeper: A Critical Investigation into Precognitive Dreams as a springboard, the presenter will build a case for the objective existence of a ‘shared mind’ or collective unconscious. Both the non-pathological and pathological evidence presented obviously support a gradual shift to a more postmodern cosmology where mind is considered a separate ontology to its quantifiable and physical counterpart, the brain. The presenter will give a lucid presentation on precognition and what precognitive dreams actually are; he will proceed onto a historiographical expose of some very famous examples; he will provide an overview of the experiment, its findings, and its theoretical implications; and he will explain how all of this relates to Jung’s collective unconscious, elucidating how telegnostic projections actually support the objective existence of a ‘shared mind’; and finally, he will lay bare the implications of a postmodern worldview that openly acknowledges such phenomena. The discussion on the viability of the collective unconscious or ‘shared mind’ will also be informed from specific case history examples, both pathological and non-pathological in nature. Participants will become intimately acquainted with the ‘psi’ phenomenon of precognition, how it interfaces with the transpersonal, and what it reveals about the human condition. By the end of the worship participants will be able to correctly identify authentic precognitive fragments woven into the fabric of their own dreams and understand what they tell us about the bigger picture.