Dates: Monday, October 31 to Friday, Nov 4, 2022
Format: In-person Residential Conference – Broughton Sanctuary – Skipton, Yorkshire, UK; Recordings of 2021 available for purchase here
Faculty: David Luke, Jim Hickman, Paris Ackrill, Peter Merry and others
Available for lifelong learners or Academic Credit: Bachelors- 4 credits, Masters – 4 credits; Doctoral – 4 credits
The most enlightening course I’ve ever been on. Connection between Science & Consciousness is the way forward….. Go and get involved!
Science and Consciousness 2022: Making Wyrd the Norm
- Have a direct experience of your mind influencing the world around you with technology developed at Princeton University
- Take part in a Remote Perception experiment where you send and receive information from other people outside of time and space
- Join a collective experiment in what it would be like to assume our interconnectedness is the norm
- Meet and engage with scientists and researchers in the domain of consciousness studies
- Learn how we are fundamentally interconnected and why that is so critical for our times today
- Enjoy the beautiful and transformative Broughton Sanctuary, with its stunning nature and transformational Avalon spa and retreat centre
Following the success of the inaugural Science and Consciousness event in 2021, it is happening again in 2022, this time with a focus on what it means if we accept that the interconnectedness that this new science is pointing to is real. How does that impact our behaviour and the way we organise ourselves? Wyrd is the Anglo-Saxon concept for the interconnected web of all things, and was very familiar to the people who lived in Yorkshire, the home for the event. So what would it mean if we made Wyrd the norm?
As the latest science is demonstrating and ancient wisdom traditions have long stated, interconnectedness is a fact and we humans are deeply connected to the world around us. Our ability to both understand, experience and engage co-creatively with the rest of the Earth’s expression is critical to our successful navigation of this great transition, with increasing wholeness, vitality and resilience. Bridging the traditionally polarised worlds of consciousness and science is critical if we are going to bring holistic understanding and practice into the mainstream.
The defining challenge that humanity faces is remembering that interconnectedness with each other and the rest of life on Earth. Over a period of 28 years Brenda Dunne and Bob Jahn carried out experiments at Princeton University to explore how we interact non-locally with the world around us – from picking up information to impacting otherwise random events with our intention. They proved beyond statistical doubt that we are indeed interconnected at the informational energetic level, and can interact outside of the standard parameters of time and space. Their findings radically disrupt the absolutism of the mainstream scientific paradigm and illustrate how the teachings of many of the wisdom traditions can now be validated through scientific research.
Broughton Sanctuary now hosts the equipment that was used for that research at Princeton and is making it available for visitors to experience first-hand how their heart and mind directly impact the world around them. Join some of the world’s top scientists, academics and practitioners to share how their work backs up what was discovered at Princeton – that we are fundamentally connected with the world around us.
This conference will include talks and discussions with these leading authorities in the field, as well as experiential exercises using the latest technology and interaction with the beautiful natural surroundings at Broughton. Join us as we tell and experience the story of our interconnectedness, from new science to ancient wisdom – and together build the worldview and practices that will enable us all to thrive into the future.
This course qualifies for 4 credits for enrolled Ubiquity Students.
Speakers, experts and facilitators (2022)
- Dr. Jeff Dunne, Director of ICRL
- Jim Hickman, early pioneer in parapsychology and Soviet-US relations
- Dr. Vicente Arraez, Intensive Care Units expert, President of Metta-Hospice Foundation, REG project on dying
- Dr. Wolfhardt Janu, inventor and expert in consciousness technology
- Dr. Peter Merry, Ubiquity University, author, co-founder The Wyrd Experience
- Paris Ackrill, founder Avalon, co-founder The Wyrd Experience
- Dr. Vasileios Basios, Senior Research in Physics and Complex Systems
- Dr. David Luke, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Greenwich; Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Psychedelic Research, Imperial College London
- Dr. Calen Rayne, founder of Earth Shamans
- Nish Dubashia, author The Unity of Everything, researcher in comparative religion and mysticism
- Adam Malone, use of REG technology to personalise divination in Virtual Reality
- Dr. Roger D Nelson, Global Consciousness Project
- Lynne McTaggart, author of The Field and many other publications
- Peter Fenwick, expert in the dying process and near-death experiences
- Dr. Brian Bates, author The Way of Wyrd, Academic
- Prof. Chris Roe, University of Northampton
Present in other ways:
- Dr. Brenda Dunne, headed the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research, founder International Consciousness Research Laboratories (ICRL)
This event will challenge you on many levels, and at the same time allow you to ask questions that you have never thought of or dreamed of. You will come away with a different perspective on life.
Participants will be staying at Broughton Sanctuary, set in the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. With 2,500 acres of moors and woodlands, a spa and retreat centre, historic house and cozy cottages, and many facilities for outdoor activities, it is the ideal place to be exploring reconnection!
Broughton Hall is the most beautiful environment for learning and connecting.
The Broughton Sanctuary is easily accessible by plane, car and public transport:
3 miles from Skipton Railway Station
24 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport
55 miles from Manchester Airport
For more info and maps see https://www.broughtonhall.co.uk/contact
Board and Lodging
Conference Fee: GBP 499 / 660 US Dollar (excluding travel, board and lodging expenses).
Should course or accommodation costs prevent you attending, please email email@example.com as we may have some scholarship funds available.
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Extra Information for Ubiquity University Students
This course qualifies for 4 credits for enrolled Ubiquity Students. To obtain academic credit for this independent study opportunity, you will need to pay our normal tuition rate in addition to the fee charged by the Science and Consciousness Conference, and turn in your post-paper for grading. If you would like to import this course for credit, please contact our Registrar at email@example.com and they will send you a separate Ubiquity University invoice. Cost: BA students – $400, MA students – $800 and PhD students – $1,200.
Requirements for enrolled Degree students to earn 4 Credits:
This course qualifies as an Independent Study Option for Ubiquity University Students.
- Jahn, B. & Dunne B. (2011). Consciousness and the Source of Reality. Princeton, ICRL Press
- Dialogue with Brenda Dunne – How Interconnected Are We? The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research and its Implications
End of course essay describing the impact on your life of studying this material
- For BA students – 6-9 pages in length
- For MA students – 10-15 pages in length
- For PhD students – 20-25 pages in length
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