16th International Forum on Consciousness

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Name: 16th International Forum on Consciousness
Date: May 18, 2017 - May 19, 2017
Event Description:
The 16th International Forum on Consciousness, Conscious Evolution: Awakening Through the Senses, will guide participants in using the five (or more) senses to provide insight on how this might impact our understanding of self, community, and our place on this planet. A mix of presenters will explore how altering our awareness of sensorial inputs might create a change in our awareness of all aspects of reality and expand consciousness in positive directions for ourselves and others. Attendees will have opportunities to experience virtual reality, meditation, sound therapy, remote viewing, movement, storytelling, and more. Diane Ackerman, poet, naturalist and author of the bestselling book “The Zookeeper’s Wife” that is now a major motion picture, is one of the featured presenters. The International Forum on Consciousness is a yearly event dedicated to information-sharing and discussion regarding important—and often challenging—topics related to the exploration of consciousness. It is co-hosted by the BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute (BTC Institute) and Promega Corporation. The Forum is open to the general public but limited to 300 participants. Registration is $250 and there are a limited number of scholarships available to assist with the cost. Forum registrants also have the opportunity to join a presenter for a small group discussion over dinner on Thursday evening, May 18 for an additional $85. Register at
BioPharmaceutical Technology Center, Promega Corporation, 5445 East Cheryl Parkway, Fitchburg, WI 53711
Date/Time Information:
May 18-19, 2017
Contact Information:
Karin Borgh, (608) 277-2508
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