'93: Finding Unity in Diversity -- A Dialogue
'94: In Search of Consciousness
'95: Education and Human Values
'96: Global Harmony -- A Day of Music
'97: Science Within Consciousness?
'98: Spiritual Dimensions of our Technological Future
'99: Economics, Spirituality and Human Good
'00: Science, Spirituality and Nonviolence
'01: Building Islands of Peace in a Violent World
'02: IMAGINE (Reconnecting Science, Spirit, and Society through Conversation, Ceremony and Performing Arts)
'05/06 Conference and Series on the Human Capacity for Peace: Reaching for Empathy and the Roots of Peace
'07 Conference and Series on Finding the Creative and Spiritual in Everyday Life
'08 Conference on Finding The Power of Nonviolent Language and Action
'09 Local Actions for Global Transformation:The Power of the Human Spirit
Dimensions of Unity
Dialogues of Spirituality, Science, and Society
These dialogues of talks and writings on themes of spirituality, science and society are from our AHIMSA events during the first ten years, 1993-2003.
This book is arranged around four major themes that we have addressed over these 10 years. The essays include articles from our Journal, Ahimsa Voices, including new, expanded, and re-grouped papers. The Themes are:
Part 1: Ahimsa and himsa (non-violence and violence)
Part 2: Consciousness, Science, and Spirit
Part 3: Entering the Self: Art, Mysticism, and Gender
Part 4: Society, Technology, and Spirit
The essays in each section are arranged to evoke dialogue and discussion, as well as to encourage reflection on the spiritual dimensions of the topics.
Dimensions of Unity Includes talks and essays authored by:
Huston Smith, Author of The World's Religions
Swami Prabuddhananda, Head of the Vedanta Society of Northern California
Marian Diamond, Professor of Integrative Biology and author of Magic Trees of the Mind
Michael Nagler, founder of the Peace and Conflict Study Program, U. C. Berkeley, and Author of Is There No Other Way?: The Search for a Nonviolent Future
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