Events 2019

April 25 – 28, 2019   Weekend Among Friends: Small changes making big differences.
A Tribute to the Other and Elsewhere

This year’s Weekend Among Friends will explore ‘The Other’: other ways and other spaces of thinking, living and working. We will look at change as a cooperative act, as a process of becoming with each other, based on relationships between beings, organisations, places, cultures, and ecosystems. We will explore relationships that invite us to move beyond our own way of thinking, acting and imagining. We will invite ourselves to engage with the other and stay with the problems this might bring.
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May 2 – 5, 2019    Art of Organizing
A Metanoia workshop that will discover questions and themes that appear when people organize their co-work in any context.
Closed to the public.

June 13 – 19, 2019   Re-enchanting the World: Narratives of Wholeness
with Richard Berengarten, Andrew Fellows, Elena Liotta, Roderick Main, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini and Yuriko Sato

Carl Jung once said that the gods we have expelled from our psyche come back to us in the guise of diseases (and, we might add, ecological disasters). Only the contact with the numinous can make us whole and enable us to navigate the tremendous challenges of the Anthropocene. 

By focusing exclusively on the measurable aspects of the world modern science has gained immense technological power, but it has lost the living quality of experience and the intimate participation in the web of life.

The June 2019 Pari Dialogue will invite archetypes of wholeness to our discussions as we work toward a return of the world soul.
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August 29 – September 4, 2019   Science, Art and the Sacred: The Quest for Wholeness

with Isis Brook, Ciprian Man, Hester Reeve, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini, David Schrum, Godelieve Spaas and Christopher Todhunter and the Screening of Absurdity of Certainty, directed by Jena Axelrod, feat. F. David Peat

What does it mean to comprehend and to participate in life holistically? 
Pari Dialogues 2019 explores this challenge. Through seminars, discussions and practical sessions, we will journey together into subtle realms of art, physics, cultural studies, philosophy, economics and technology—pathways to investigate wholeness and to ponder our place in it. 
Join us at The Pari Center and engage in a spirit that honours the approaches and work of David Bohm and F. David Peat, as we explore bringing together art, science and the sacred in the quest for wholeness.

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