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World Goodwill Seminar
TOWARDS AN AGE OF LIGHT
Saturday 25 October 2014
London | Geneva | New York
One of the simplest molecules in the universe, combining two of its most common elements, hydrogen and oxygen, is water. By weight it composes over half of every human being, and is essential for all organic life. Despite its simplicity, some of the properties of water are highly unusual – a well-known example is the fact that ice is actually less dense than liquid water. This vital fluid has attracted a number of investigators over the years: an early pioneer was the Austrian Viktor Schauberger, who explored the nature of vortices in water. Recent work which looks at the electrical properties of water is currently underway at the University of Washington, under the leadership of Dr. Gerald Pollack, Professor of Bioengineering. His work challenges a number of scientific orthodoxies, including the notion that positive and negative electrical charges can remain separated in water.
“R-evolution: Taking the Pulse of the World’s Consciousness” – a film from the World Servers Foundation (available on request from their website, www.worldserversfoundation.org)
The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry by Rupert Sheldrake. Coronet Books (Hodder & Stoughton). Hardback 392 pages. www.hodder.co.uk
While the force of circumstance, both individual and global, can sometimes seem to severely constrain our ability to determine our own fate, the inner freedom to choose our response to circumstance can lead to a recognition of the part which every individual plays in the evolution of human consciousness, and the responsibility to use this in service to the whole.
Economic austerity may be a “blessing in disguise”. If we consider the path of the self-chosen renunciation of material wealth for spiritual purposes, there may be important lessons that will help humanity avoid the extremes of luxury and poverty which currently afflict the world.