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Kabbalah, Quantum Physics and New Biology - Mike Bais Mon 27 Aug - Tue 28 Aug

  • Spirituality

During the past few decades there has been a growing interest in drawing together the principles of spiritual traditions with the material sciences. Many scientists have concluded through their research and experiences that the boundaries defining matter are not as stable and fixed as previously thought, consequently old theories are being re-examined in the light of new discoveries.

The new biology and quantum physics are two such revolutionary developments. They shed a different light on what we think of as matter, DNA, other hereditary factors, and the place of consciousness in this whole scheme.
The task of connecting these new explorations with the metaphysics of the Tree of Life and Jacob’s Ladder is a fascinating and exciting Kabbalistic adventure. Tutor Mike Bais has written about this research in an article in Harvest of the Tree of Life (a collection of writings honouring Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi and his teaching over 30 years in the Netherlands).

Fully inclusive residential single room £135; shared £115 per person. Includes supper on Monday, breakfast, lunch and refreshments on Tuesday.

Arrival 4.00-6.30pm for residential guests, with supper at 6.30pm and first session at 7.30pm.

Non-residential option £75 - includes lunch and refreshments on Tuesday- Excludes B&B and supper on Monday. Non-residential guests arrive in time for first session on Monday at 7.30pm.  Supper at 6.30pm may be booked ahead for £15.00.

Mike Bais from Holland is a Kabbalist, physiotherapist, holistic therapist and university lecturer. He has run his own organisation, Avalon, for over 15 years and followed the work of Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi (Warren Kenton) for over 17 years.
He is one of the directors and a tutor in the Kabbalah Society Holland (Utrecht) and has run his own group for seven years, also teaching in international seminars. He sees the great value of integrating Kabbalah with contemporary sciences, music, art and ordinary, daily life.

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