Thursday, February 28, 2008

Leonid Sharashkin at Science and Consciousness Conference: the Natural Environment as an Extension of Self

Leonid Sharashkin will be presenting a workshop at the Tenth International Conference on Science and Consciousness in Santa Fe, New Mexico USA, March 28 - April 2, 2008.

Leonid Sharashkin is editor of the Anastasia (Ringing Cedars) series of books by Vladimir Megre. After obtaining a Master's degree in natural resource conservation, Leonid worked as Program Manager at World Wildlife Fund in Moscow, Russia, where he also edited Russia's largest environmental magazine. He translated into Russian a number of books, including Tompkins's and Bird's "The Secret Life of Plants" and Schumacher's "Small is Beautiful."

Leonid will be offering a workshop entitled "Ancient Roots, Modern Shoots: Seeing Your Natural Environment as an Extension of Your Self."

Ancient wisdom holds that body and psyche are intricately linked to the living environment and that contact with nature is essential for bodily and mental well-being. Modern research offers insights into why this is the case, and what practical steps we can take to establish a reciprocal flow of nourishment and energy from humans to our environment.

This workshop introduces you to the concept that a human organism stretches far beyond the physical body. Learn how our ancestors in different cultures viewed humans as inseparable from their environment, and learn practical ways to apply this understanding in everyday life.

Ringing Cedars online

Other esteemed presenters at the conference include Guy Finley, Angela Browne-Miller, Steven Greer, Richard Moss, Olga Kharitidi, Peter Russell, Leonard Shlain, Brooke Medicine Eagle, Rupert Sheldrake, Hank Wesselman and many others.

For more information, visit the International Conference on Science and Consciousness.


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