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Friday Afternoon October 18th...
1:30-2:30 Adventures in the Biofield
with Cristina Smith
Explore the fascinating realms of subtle energy and the human biofield. See some leading edge research results using the Biofield Viewer™, a research device that takes images of the biofield and chakras. We will be doing a group experiment with the Biofield Viewer™ to present tomorrow during the program.
Author, healer, medical intuitive, and founder of the Subtle Energy Center, Cristina Smith is a member of the Biofield Viewer™ U.S. research team. Voted Favorite Medical Intuitive on About.com in 2013 and practitioner and teacher of Bio-Vibrational Healing, Cristina is a longtime spiritual student. Founder/president of the San Diego Holistic Chamber of Commerce, she serves as a Panacea Life School Core Master Teacher and is a contributor to the book 27 Flavors of Fulfillment. You may tune into Cristina on Energy Medicine Exchange Radio with her ‘Subtle Energy Encounters’ show.
2:30-3:30 The Energetics of Success
with James Patiño
Want to improve your ability to manifest what you envision for your success? Discover techniques will help you better manage your energy and subsequently, improve your ability to focus and to create the highest outcome that you see for yourself. Subtle energy is not exclusive to healing modalities.
James Patiño uses subtle energy in his professional world to help create the life he wants. His upcoming book, The Magical Entrepreneur, offers practical tips to help you make your dreams a reality.
3:30-4:30 The Imhotep Connection- Ancient Egypt’s Leonardo da Vinci
with Dr. Thomas Brophy
Discover the first great genius in the history of civilization- the man/god Imhotep of Egypt. The exoteric and esoteric significance of Imhotep’s monumental architecture, and his role as high Priest of Heliopolis the great learning center of antiquity later frequented by the polymaths of Ancient Greek philosophy and science, will be discussed. Join the author of the new book Imhotep the African: Architect of the Cosmos to explore these mysteries,
Thomas Brophy has a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Colorado, was a staff scientist at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder, with NASA interplanetary spacecraft projects, and was a NSF exchange scientist with the University of Tokyo. With Voyager II spacecraft teams, he developed science theories related to the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune), and helped define science goals for space missions. Interests in fundamental theory led him to broader studies involving the non-calculable and immeasurable aspects of reality, and to Integral philosophy. These interests, together with practice of contemplative/yogic traditions, led to his book The Mechanism Demands a Mysticism, and his first association with the California Institute for Human Science, as Dean in 1997, where he has taught several courses involving Integral Theory.
His books include The Origin Map, and Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt, co-authored with Robert Bauval, and their current Imhotep the African: Architect of the Cosmos. He has also worked in the IT/telecommunications industry, and applied statistical methods in gaming and investment theory. He has published peer reviewed scientific articles in premier journals including Icarus, Mediterranean Journal of Archaeology and Archaeometry, IEEE Journal, Science, and his work was reported on in Nature magazine. He has been a featured presenter at numerous scientific conferences, and invited plenary speaker at Integral spirituality meetings, in the United States, Europe, Japan and New Zealand, and has featured in History Channel documentaries. He is Integral Sciences Consultant at California Institute for Human Science, in Encinitas.
Network and hobnob with other participants and enjoy a light appetizer selection and non-alcoholic beverages. The labyrinth will be open if you would like to walk it