Living in a Holographic Universe
Jim Skelton, MDiv, MEd, and the Institute of Learning in Retirement of Cedar Crest College will presents a series of six workshops from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on consecutive Tuesdays between October 6 and November 10 to present a synthesis of scientific and metaphysical theory, including the latest understanding of reality and consciousness.
Skelton says, “The tumultuous times we are in are best faced with having the broadest understanding and latest information.” He has a background in theology, psychology and philosophy, and the course offers direction to the curious, quizzical and questioning via discussion and video. Topics include quantum physics, morphogenic fields, mind resonance, consciousness, water modalities, observer effects, sound and frequency, unified consciousness, free will, mental disciplines, radiation and evolution, metaphor and symbol, power of intentions and more. Procedures and techniques are offered to assist in maintaining balance, harmony, inner peace and connectedness. The goal of the course to help participants be in the world, but not of it.
Location: 135 Curtis Hall, Cedar Crest College, Allentown. To register, call 610-606-4666, ext. 3381 For more information, call 215-679-6051.