The twelfth and highest sense is the ability to live into the I-being of another person – for one human being to be able to truly and fully perceive another. An individual whose twelve senses are fully developed could instantly perceive another person’s experience of inequity and injustice, free from judgment or self-interest.
In this conference, presenters and participants from around the world will gather on Zoom to explore and discuss how awareness and understanding of the concepts of the twelve senses can lead humanity toward a society that is free from injustice in all its forms.
Keynote addresses by Joan Sleigh (South Africa), Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna (India), Jean-Michel Florin (France), and Michael Kokinos (Australia) will bring the conference themes to life through the speakers’ experiences in education, the medical and healing arts, and biodynamic agriculture.
Participants can choose from thirty hours of one-, two-, and three-day workshops organized around themes including “Action and Service in the World,” “Education and Healing,” “Justice: A Sense for the Truth,” “Therapeutics,” and “Education, Technology, and Freedom.”
Panel discussions and open-space Salon Time will allow participants to meet the presenters and each other in more informal settings, and to engage in open conversation.
To set the stage, conference registration includes access to two pre-recorded talks: “Karl König: The Refugee Who Started a World Movement” with Richard Steel, and “Meeting the Other as a Spiritual Path” with Jan Goeschel.
The conference fee is $300. The organizers are committed to making this conference accessible to every interested person: registrants can choose to pay a reduced fee of $200. To inquire about scholarship assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.