“Spiritual Singularity” with Yeshayahu Ben-Aharon
Building on the success of the 2016 and 2017 Moral Technologies event with Nicanor Perlas and Orland Bishop.
Spend four days delving into the theme of moral technologies with Yeshayahu (link), an author, spiritual scientist, philosopher and social activities.
Together we will explore the nature of technology in relationship to our spiritual capacities as human beings. What do you have the opportunity to develop in the face of the world becoming more and more materialised through technology and especially the search for purely physical immortal life.
The event is a full immersion over four days: 6 to 9 April 2018.
The venue is the Holy Cross Centre in Templestowe, Melbourne.
As well as lectures from Yeshayahu, the event will include conversations, activities and workshops to encourage a deep exploration of our relationship to technology and our inner capacity to create change as human beings. Creative ways of digesting the work will be a key component of this event. The event will feature special options for younger people.
Yeshayahu (link) combines a deep dedication to his work as an author, spiritual scientist, philosopher and social activities. He teaches, writes and lectures worldwide on the evolution of human consciousness in the sciences, humanities and social and historical events.
The retreat centre is in beautiful grounds in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, easily accessible by bus. Accommodation is in twin share rooms for those who stay on site. Meals will be vegetarian and we will accommodate special dietary requests.
Due to the depth of work during this event there will not be day passes available. However, Yeshayahu will present a public event:
Public lecture: 7pm, 5th April 2018, venue: Christian Community Chapel, 319 Auburn Rd, Hawthorn, Melbourne
All events are suitable for participants aged 15 and upwards.
Choose your contribution according to your level of income. Travel support and scholarships are also available to support participants under 38 (or those in need). Financial support is primarily for Australian residence.
For questions and enquiries please go to our contact page.