600 Palm Dr.
Novato, CA 94947
Aristotelian distinctions in the Western scientific method, research, and development have proven immensely powerful in leveraging certain aspects of the world according to Anthony S. Wright, PhD.
Nonduality offers a transcendent mode by which to directly experience the field of vibratory organic pattern, and decode scientific paradoxes such as the mind-body dichotomy, aka "The Hard Problem.”
This talk will include both theoretical and experiential dimensions for participants.
Hosted by the Marin Community Group, a local chapter of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).
Unity in Marin, 600 Palm Dr., Novato, CA 94949, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
For information: 415-305-4250; email@example.com $10.00 Donation requested. Bring a snack or drink to share.
Anthony S. Wright, PhD (2014, Philosophy & Religion), is an independent scholar of Chinese philosophy and complexity science. Anthony has been an archetypal astrologer for 50 years, and has been studying the Confucian “Classic of Changes” (also known as the Yì Jīng [易巠]) since 1967.
He is an independent audio producer at KWMR 90.5 FM in Point Reyes Station, with three ongoing radio shows: Spirit & Mind, which features the talks of Alan Watts; Attunement, a personal interview show; and Deepwaking, which features the adult archetypal stories of Jungian analyst Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD. He has been a recording engineer for poet Robert Bly, Jungian scholar James Hillman, transpersonal psychologist John Welwood, and others.
Dr. Wright has taught courses on archetypal astrology, the scientific basis of divination, Chinese philosophy & complexity science, interview techniques, and radio station operation. His research interests include how to attend to and interact with the cosmos as vibratory organic patterns, working with hypnotic states, developing a pedagogy of the subconscious mind, and sound healing.
Anthony has been a concert-artist level piano technician for 45 years, and has been trained at Yamaha Corporation (1988) and at the Steinway Piano factory in New York City (2005). He currently lives in Western Marin County, California.