20th June 2014
7.00pm Discussion Group
"The New God Image"
by Edward F. Edinger
Chapters 3 & 4
8.00pm Guest Lecture
and the Collective Unconscious'
Paul Kiritsis’s "Dreaming Without My Timekeeper:
A Critical Investigation into Precognitive Dreams" (2013) is a comprehensive study into the precognitive faculty and its implications from a transpersonal perspective. Through the transcription, categorization, and analysis of fifty-one dream fragments belonging to fifteen participants, Kiritsis has established a strong case for precognition as an authentic and ‘normative’ aspect of human consciousness. In this lecture Paul will give a brief outline of what precognitive dreams actually are; he will proceed onto a historiographical expose of same very famous examples; he will then discuss his research in the context of Carl Jung’s collective unconscious, elucidating how telegnostic projections actually support the objective existence of a ‘shared mind’; and finally he will lay bare the implications of a postmodern worldview that openly acknowledges such phenomena
Dr. Paul Kiritsis
Paul is the author of over two hundred articles on meta-psychology, consciousness and transpersonal studies, and the history of Western esotericism. Currently, he is attempting to harness a more adequate view of the nature of mind and is immensely interested in ‘psi’ phenomena and their manifestation in severe mental illness. Paul holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science and a Graduate Diploma in Professional Writing and Speech (Latrobe University); a Master of Western Esotericism (Exeter University); and a Bachelor of Metaphysical Science, Master of Metaphysical Science, and Doctor of Philosophy (Sedona University). Paul also has three poetry collections and twelve literary awards to his name, and currently holds the position of V- President of the Greek Australian Cultural League. He enjoys adventure travel, scuba diving, and weightlifting.