Sacred Synthesis: Science with Heart
Lafayette, CO (PRWEB) October 29, 2009
When Dan Brown conducted his research for The Lost Symbol, he met with Lynne McTaggart at the 19th annual 2009 ISSSEEM conference in Westminster, Colorado. http:ISSSEEM, the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, is now preparing for its 20th annual conference to be held June 25-29, 2010. This year's conference "Sacred Synthesis: Science with Heart" featured the collective power of intention. Next year's conference theme will resound with people who seek to understand spirituality, consciousness and the authenticity of ancient healing wisdom.
The 2010 Program Committee recently concluded their call for letters of intent to present and is currently evaluating the alignment of proposed presentations with the theme for 2010: Evidence-based Spirituality for the 21st Century. Denise Lewis Premschak, CEO, says, "We had an enthusiastic response to our call -- the program committee is hard at work! . . . I marvel at the knowledge, diversity and fascinating research contained within this pool of candidates."
ISSSEEM has led the way for 20 years delivering cutting-edge research through its peer-reviewed http:Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine Journal, its member magazine, Bridges, and annual conferences that challenge certainties about the nature of reality with the latest quantum science research and evidence of the power of thought.
The real-life work of ISSSEEM partners and colleagues like those appearing in Chapters 78 and 84 of Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol have been showcased at 20 years of ISSSEEM Conferences. Lynne McTaggart 'powered up' her Intention Experiment at ISSSEEM's 19th Annual Conference in 2009, "Sacred Synthesis: Science with Heart." Edwin May, famous for remote viewing, will be at the 20th Annual ISSSEEM Conference: "Evidence-based Spirituality for the 21st Century" joining the ranks of esteemed http:past conference presenters that include:
Marilyn Schlitz, the real life Katherine Solomon in Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Deepak Chopra, Elizabeth Rauscher, John Upledger, Charles Tart, Willis Harman, Caroline Myss, Dean Radin, Wayne Jonas, Peter Russell, Candace Pert, Stanislav Grof, Norm Shealy, Larry Dossey, Bernie Siegel, Elliott Dacher, William Tiller, Michio Kaku, Brian Greene, Gary Craig, Donna Eden, Lindsay Wagner and Elmer Green, Founder of ISSSEEM.
The purpose of ISSSEEM is to promote understanding, exploration, research and application of the energies of consciousness.
The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) is an interdisciplinary organization for the study of the basic sciences and medical and therapeutic applications of subtle energies. The Society was organized in the fall of 1989 and is a non-profit public benefit corporation based in Colorado with a current membership of 1,450.
ISSSEEM was organized for the purpose of improving human health and welfare through the advancement of education, practice, training, and research in the emerging field of subtle energies and energy medicine.