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The Wheel of Time

Cyclical processes play a significant part in many spiritual and scientific philosophies. From the Pagan Wheel of the Year to the Hindu/Buddhist Kalachakra (Wheel of Time), there is an acknowledgement that we are bound up in and influenced by cyclical processes. These natural rhythms range from the circulation of subtle energies within our bodies to the large-scale movements of the planets, stars and galaxies. Indeed, since the advent of the "Big Bang" theory, a central question in scientific cosmology has been whether the Universe is itself subject to recurring cycles of expansion and contraction. Which aspects of our own being are subject to cyclical changes and which, if any, are free from such influences? In this group discussion, Robert Woolley sets the wheel in motion by giving us his own perspective on cycles of Time.

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  • Jon S.

    Robert gave a thought provoking opening drawing attention to areas of the topic I hadn't considered - thanks Robert. The ensuing discussion brought up aspects and insights that are still rattling around - another good night!

    1 · January 17, 2014

  • Karen W.

    Contemplative enjoyable evening enabling plenty of reflection.

    January 16, 2014

  • Sue W.

    Really enjoyed the discussion with lots to think about, I always continue to learn afterwards too.

    January 16, 2014

  • Richard

    Very interetsing and thought provoking discussions. Great to meet everyone on the first meetup of 2014.

    Thanks to Robert for delivering the talk.

    January 16, 2014

  • Anna A.

    Excellent talk which insipred so many different trains of though and interesting comments.

    January 16, 2014

  • Jon S.

    interesting information from a recent tv programme - the Big Bang might not be the be all and perhaps the Steady State could be right after all. Maybe we shoiuld accept that most of what there is to know - we don't know. I look forward to an interesting evening (as usual!)

    January 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi All in 2014! I intend to come but will leave before tea as I have to get up early to travel to Nottingham. Look forward to hearing about perspectives on this as Time is one of the most talked about subjects.

    January 6, 2014

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