Theme I.S.I.S. Symposium 2014: How our consciousness changes our brain

The I.S.I.S. Foundation organizes a two-day international symposium on May 17-18, 2014 in The Hague with the following theme

How our consciousness changes our brain

Do we have a brain?
Or are we our brain?
Many neuroscientists act as if it is proven that we are our brain. But the latest developments in neurology show that from birth up until death the brain continues to change. And it is possible to direct these changes. Our thinking can change the brain.

These recent scientific discoveries support the theosophical teaching that consciousness is the leading factor: the brain is the steed, the consciousness the rider.
This symposium we will focus on how the consciousness changes the brain. Related subjects to be included are free will, our (collective) memory, intuition and reincarnation.

Our consciousness has a lot of potential, which is not or is rarely used now. If we activate these possibilities within ourselves, then it has influence on our vehicle: our body including our brain. During the symposium practical directions will be provided as to how to activate these abilities and how to exchange the brainmind-thinking for thinking differently.

Save the date: Saturday May 17th and Sunday May 18th in The Hague, The Netherlands. More information will follow in time on our symposium website http://www.isis-foundation.org/symposium. Here you can also watch the video recordings of our last symposium.

Posted by blavatskyhouse on 27/09/13 at 05:52 PM in Events
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