The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre hosts informative talks every Tuesday evening. We provide a platform for the world’s leading thinkers and philosophers to share their ideas with our community via ZOOM.
Tickets are £6.
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NEW YEAR PROGRAMME 2022
18th January 2022 Peter Russell ➡️
25th January 2022 Chris Roe ➡️
1st February 2022 Nick Kyle ➡️
8th February 2022 Callum Cooper ➡️
15th February 2022 Barry Spivack ➡️
22nd February 2022 Mariel Forde Clarke ➡️
1st March 2022 Oliver Lazar ➡️
8th March 2022 Hans Busstra ➡️
15th March 2022 Raymond Moody ➡️
22nd March 2022 Iain McGilchrist ➡️
29th March 2022 Malcolm Clark ➡️
5th April 2022 Jude Currivan ➡️
18th January 2022. ‘The Mystery of Consciousness – The Art of Letting Go’ by Peter Russell. 7.30pm. £6.
Peter Russell explores the mystery of consciousness both from a scientific perspective, and from that of the mystics and spiritual adepts who have delve deeper into the nature of their own experience. These inner explorers repeatedly affirm that the qualities we most long for—peace, love, freedom, fulfilment—lie at the core of our being, not in the material world that Western culture has been so focused on.
25th January 2022 ‘The case for the prosecution: An analysis of sceptics’ objections to parapsychology’ by Prof. Chris Roe. 7.30pm. £6.
A review of standard sceptical objections to the empirical claims made by parapsychologists.
1st February 2022. ‘The Paranormal World of Robert Burns’ by Nick Kyle. 7.30pm. £6.
Open your mind to revelations about Robert Burns and compare his insights into the supernatural with your own. If you thought that you knew him, prepare to be surprised.
8th February 2022. ‘Parapsychology and its Place in Science and Education Today: An Open Discussion’ by Dr Callum Cooper. 7.30pm. £6.
If blank dismissal of anything ‘non-scientific’ is no longer an option how should we include the anomalous and even the spiritual in our teaching and research?
15th February 2022. ‘What Are the Implications of Meditation Reducing Violence?’ by Barry Spivack. 7.30pm. £6.
Peer reviewed research provides evidence that meditation can reduce violence. What does this tell us about the nature of consciousness and individual and social transformation?
22nd February 2022. ‘Life – Death – Rebirth and The Immortality of the Soul’ by Mariel Forde Clarke. 7.30pm. £6.
Life can be a bitch, then you die – what happens then? Based on medical, scientific, and spiritual evidence including the lecturer’s own near-death-experience this talk will stir the curiosity of even the biggest sceptic.
1st March 2022. ‘The EREAMS-study: An empirical study on afterlife contacts’ by Professor Oliver Lazar. 7.30pm. £6.
In this talk Professor Oliver Lazar is joined by spiritual author Bettina Suvi Rode to discuss their historic 2019 EREAMS (Empirical Research of the Effectiveness and Authenticity of Messages from Spirit) study.
8th March 2022. ‘From Quantum Mechanics to Quantum Mythology- and Back Again’ by Hans Busstra. 7.30pm. £6.
Hundreds of years after quantum mechanics encountered consciousness, the link between quantum mechanics and consciousness still remains a ‘skeleton in the closet’ of modern physics. This talk will seek to explore this debate and to understand why it is so polarising.
15th March 2022. ‘The Man Who invented the term Near-Death Experience’ by Dr Raymond Moody. 7.30pm. £6.
Raymond Moody is widely recognized as the leading authority on near-death experiences, even coining their name. His work profoundly illuminates our understanding of death, dying and grief and offers compelling answers to the question: Is there an afterlife? Join him in conversation with Professor Lance Butler for insight into his work.
22nd March 2022. ‘Iain McGilchrist in dialogue with Lance Butler about his new magnum opus The Matter with Things‘ by Iain McGilchrist. 7.30pm. £6.
World famous philosopher, author and psychiatrist Iain McGilchrist, joins Professor Lance Butler for a discussion about his new two volume book The Matter with Things.
29th March 2022. ‘A Spiritual Journey through the Zodiac‘ by Kat Wojdyla. 7.30pm. £6.
This talk offers and introduction to the theory and practical application of how an individual can understand the 12 Signs of the Zodiac; and differentially, the planetary significances, elements and phases which underpin the zodiacal signs.
5th April 2022. ‘An emergent Whole-World-View of a Conscious and Evolutionary Universe: how it can help guide our Conscious Evolution’ by Dr Jude Currivan. 7.30pm. £6.
Leading-edge scientific breakthroughs are revealing a radical new view of reality. Converging with universal wisdom teachings, this emergent wholeworld-view is discovering a Universe that meaningfully exists and purposefully evolves as a unified and sentient entity. Instead of the old paradigm of materialism and illusory separation, it invites us to heal our fragmented perception and can empower and help guide our conscious evolution.
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