‘Mysticism, Spirituality and Everyday Life’ | Professor Lance Butler
19 January.7:30 pm-9:00 pm£5.00
Mysticism, Spirituality and Everyday Life
Tuesday 19th January 2021. 7.30pm until 9.00pm. £5 online via ZOOM.
Mysticism seems to involve rare and remote experiences; spirituality is usually felt to be a special and esoteric zone on the fringes or our lives. But if they are the areas where we connect to a universal consciousness perhaps they are more connected to the ordinary than we think.
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About Professor Lance Butler
Chair of The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Lance Butler taught literature, literary theory and stylistics at the Universities of Stirling in the UK, and Pau in France before retiring to Edinburgh recently. He is the author of books on Samuel Beckett and Philosophy, on Thomas Hardy, on the Victorian Loss of Faith and on Stylistics.
Since discovering the Scientific and Medical Network in the 1980s he has been researching the question of ‘life after death’ and what is known about the possibility of the Survival of Consciousness beyond our final moments.