at The Science of Consciousness 2022
In collaboration with Michael Kutch, Kristin Raffaelle was grateful and honored to co-publish the Demosophic Framework via a Poster. Additional, Michael and Kristin articulate the path to greater coherence in a video presentation.
Please view, share and download the poster and video. Our objective is to enable two avenues of contemplation that render greater insight into the Totality. Then together we may reduce fragmentation, polarization and discord.
Learn more about the Conference at https://consciousness.arizona.edu/2022-conference Abstract Title: Wiggling your Toes in the Sea of Consciousness, Without a Dock to Moor On
At the 2020 conference, we talked about consciousness and Michael’s understanding of the amygdalae. His fully informed perspective emanates from his personal living trial, including 35+ years of epilepsy, medical research, systems analysis, and unprecedented healing from a temporal lobectomy in the left hemisphere.
For Micheal, this means living balanced in a relationship with one’s temporal lobe, which is so much contingent upon good managing and guiding emotions as they relate to thought and engagement with actuality.
Presented at The Science of Consciousness Conference – TSC 2022. The Science of Consciousness (TSC) conferences are the pre-eminent world gatherings on all approaches to the profound and fundamental question of how the brain produces conscious experience, a question which addresses who we are, the nature of reality, and our place in the universe.
The TSC conference is sponsored and produced by The Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona. The Center is well known for hosting the biennial conference: ‘The Science of Consciousness,’ (‘TSC’) the world’s largest and longest-running interdisciplinary conference addressing fundamental questions regarding consciousness, the brain, reality, and existence.
Held in Tucson Arizona in even-numbered years, TSC attracts 700 to 800 neuroscientists, philosophers, psychologists, artificial intelligence (AI) proponents, physicists, meditators, altered-state researchers, mystics, and interested laypeople from all over the world.
In odd-numbered years the conference has been held in Italy, Denmark (twice), Japan, Sweden (twice), Czech Republic, Hungary, Hong Kong, India, Finland, San Diego, and Switzerland. The Science of Consciousness (TSC) is an interdisciplinary conference emphasizing broad and rigorous approaches to all aspects of the study and understanding of conscious awareness. Topical areas include neuroscience, philosophy, psychology, biology, quantum physics, meditation and altered states, machine consciousness, culture, and experiential phenomenology.