600 Palm Dr.
Novato, CA 94949
Synchronicities are those little coincidences in your day which seem to be more than just random chance. Running into a friend you needed to talk to at the store…finding a dollar on the street and then a few minutes later unexpectedly needing a dollar to pay a parking meter. If you reflect on many of the big events in your life, you may find that you happened to be in just the right place at just the right time. Jung called this synchronicity. But how does it happen? Is it a trick of the mind? Or is there some natural process which actually makes meaningful events more likely than unmeaningful ones? Can we use this principle to make our world a more purposeful place? Sky Nelson-Isaacs has pondered this question for nearly a decade and has recently published a paper (AAAS) in which he describes these mysterious events using a process called “meaningful history selection” derived from mainstream physics. This mathematically complete model is based on a “tree of possibilities” and is presented for a lay audience. This approach will change the way you think about space and time everyday, and bring more experiences of synchronicity into your life. www.synchronicityinstitute.com
Sky Nelson-Isaacs has a M.S. in physics from San Francisco State University. His research into the foundations of quantum mechanics has led to a deeper role for consciousness and the human experience within fundamental physics. His research includes a physical and mathematical understanding of synchronicity based on a process called “meaningful history selection.” Sky is a proponent of using synchronicity to get into a state of flow in order to address daily challenges. Sky is committed to facilitating the transformation of the human spirit through a deeper understanding of the Self and Synchronicity. His writings, research and music can be found at www.skynelson.com.
Unity in Marin, 600 Palm Dr., Novato, CA 94949, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hosted by the Marin Community Group, a local chapter of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).
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