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World Goodwill Symposium, New York

The Creative Power of Disillusionment

Today illusion is so potent, that few people whose minds are in any way developed are not controlled by vast illusory thoughtforms, which have their roots and draw their life from the lower personality life and desire nature of humanity…these thoughtforms draw their vitality also from the realm of Ideas, but of Ideas wrongly intuited and grasped and forced to serve selfish purposes. One of the things which the developed intuition can do is to break the glamour and illusion which invade the life. (Alice A. Bailey)

Saturday, November 18, 2006from 1:30 - 5:15 p.m.

The Williams Club
24 East 39th Street
(between Park and Madison Avenues),
New York, New York

An afternoon featuring guest speakers, group discussion and meditation on the theme of mobilizing men and women of goodwill to respond to human and planetary need.

Guest Speakers:

  • Dr. Don Beck — "Spiral Dynamics: How values and beliefs shape cultural code and spark human emergence"Dr. Don Edward Beck, a leading global authority on values systems, societal change, and stratified democracy, is Co-founder of The National Values Center in Denton, Texas. He taught at the University of North Texas; played a major role in the South African Transformation; and applies and enhances Gravesian/Spiral Dynamics concepts in corporate, educational, and geopolitical initiatives worldwide. Dr. Beck is active with Ken Wilber in the Integral movement.
  • Dorothy Tilson — "Some stabilising mechanisms for a creative future"Dorothy Tilson is a long-standing member of the United Nations Association and the American Movement for World Government. She presently serves as World Goodwill’s representative to the United Nations Department of Public Information.

The work of World Goodwill is funded entirely by voluntary donations and contributions. There is no charge for this Symposium but contributions towards expenses are needed and gratefully received.

There is no charge for admission. This event is funded entirely by donations so your contributions are most welcome. In order to be assured of a place, please apply for a ticket to: World Goodwill, 120 Wall Street, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10005. Tel: (212) 292-0707 Email: newyork@lucistrust.org

World Goodwill is an activity of the Lucis Trust, a registered educational charity. The Lucis Trust is on the Roster of the UN Economic and Social Council.