Consciousness is what we are, with Dr.Jude Currivan By Dr. Paula Joyce
Dr. Jude Currivan is a cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist and author of five books in 15 languages. Born a coal miner’s daughter, she became a top business woman in the UK. She has experienced multidimensional realities since childhood and has worked with wisdom keepers both alive and in spirit. Jude integrates science and research on consciousness with universal wisdom teachings to form a holistic world-view. This underpins her work to create fundamental change and sustainable solutions to global problems. She has a Masters in Physics from Oxford University and a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Reading. In 2010, she was presented with a CIRCLE Award by WON Buddhism International for her ‘outstanding contribution towards planetary healing and expanding new forms of consciousness’. In 2014, she was invited to become a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle that includes Deepak Chopra, Barbara Marx Hubbard and Jean Houston. Visit her at www.JudeCurrivan.com
Current ideas about existence and the Universe itself are shifting. Either/or is no longer the dominant mode of thinking. Researchers are beginning to understand our consciousness in broader, holistic ways, integrating the scientific and the spiritual. Dr. Jude Currivan shows how to reconcile quantum mechanics and Einstein’s theory of relativity; explains how we are consciousness as opposed to consciousness being something we have; and proves experiences that we refer to as paranormal or supernormal are actually normal. Jude says: “By liberating ourselves from a limiting perspective, we can begin to not only understand but also consciously utilize the expanded insights offered by our inherent supernormal capacities, not merely to empower and benefit ourselves and enhance our own well-being and wholeness, but to appreciate and serve the ultimate oneness of all life.” Please join us Thursday to learn how these ideas will help us create a more just, sustainable and peaceful world.