Yesterday I went to an excellent conference on revelatory experiences at the Institute of Psychiatry, which brought together neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychologists, historians, theologians and members of the public (many of whom had revelatory experiences – turns out they’re pretty common!) The conference tried to approach and talk about revelatory experiences from two main directions: history Read more…

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‘Anaxagoras suggested that mind or nous was the moving principle of the universe and counseled his fellow citizens of Miletus to study the moon, sun and stars. When someone asked him, “Have you no concern with your native land?,” he replied, “I am greatly concerned with my native land” and pointed to the stars.’ From Read more…

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