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Menas C. Kafatos  Ph.D. 

Expanding the Horizons of Science for Society

Living the Living Presence is a contemplative and practical system that focuses the mind on the inner realm while not ignoring everyday life. It is based on three fundamental Laws of the Universe arising from the quantum reality that is the underlying reality and applies these fundamental laws to everyday living.  It is based on bringing together science and spirituality. And bringing together science and everyday living. Audiences of different backgrounds, education and professions, find Living the Living Presence a fresh breathe for a smoothly flowing life. It is very powerful.

 
 

One thing that I know is that I don't know anything

- Socrates

 

Living the Living Presence in the Quantum Universe

SAND 2016

Three Natural Laws

Integrated Polarity (Complementarity)

“Yes and/or No”. Unity in diversity.

Recursion (Universality)

“As here, so elsewhere”. “In Heaven as on Earth”.

Creative Interactivity (Flow)

Everything is a flow. Relationships and interactions.


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Science and Spirituality: The Orthodox Perspective

November 9: Living the Living Presence - 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
December 7: The Inner Light - 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Huffington Center of Saint Sophia Cathedral

  • How does the quantum world become (appear) classical? 

     - The world of our perceptions is classical.


Science and spirituality are converging: Both science and spirituality seek unity, one by exploring the outer world, the other by exploring the inner world. Orthodox Christian spirituality is ancient, profound and applicable to today’s world as a means to remove doubts of the mind and observe inner peace. The relevance of modern quantum mechanics is that we can now have meaningful dialogue between science and spirituality without the trappings of past meaningless opposition.  

 
 

All entities move and nothing remains still

Everything changes and nothing remains still

You cannot step twice into the same stream

Heraclitus