There are no upcoming events at this time.
Don't forget: besides our events in Pari, you can use this idyllic space to host your own gathering of minds and hearts. We have experience helping you organize successful conferences and seminars, retreats (yoga, book clubs, poetry, philosophy and more), plus corporate get-togethers such executive retreats, unforgettable teambuilding events, and parties.
To set up your event in Pari, contact us.
Ancient and primitive cultures conceived the whole cosmos as alive and sentient. In the West, the mainstream approach of our contemporary culture has shifted from this way of being towards an ever-greater separation of matter and mind. Today’s dominant scientific world-view is based on an essentially materialistic representation of reality. But paradoxically, as we have gone deeper into the exploration, the concept of abstract matter itself has in some sense vanished, leaving us with a universe of possibilities rather than…Find out more »
A group of 10 Swedish Jungians will study Wolfgang Pauli, Synchronicity and Mind and Matter with Swedish teacher Dr Suzanne Gieser, and guest Dr Shantena Sabbadini who will talk about Consciousness.Find out more »
Join us at the Pari Center to celebrate the life and work of the multifaceted David Bohm. Conside red one of the most important theoretical physicists and original thinkers of the 20th century, Bohm contributed influential ideas to quantum theory, neuropsychology, philosophy of mind, language, dialogue and education. This will be an informal meeting with presentations by experts on Bohm’s life, work and philosophy followed by roundtable discussions. Key topics will include Quantum Theory and Relativity, the Aharonov-Bohm Effect, Implicate…Find out more »
Couples will celebrate their relationships through discussions, yoga, beautiful scenery and delightful food. Meals will be local dishes provided by Pari cooks and the group’s own vegetarian cook.Find out more »
The term “synchronicity” was coined by Jung and refers to those meaningful coincidences in which outer circumstances reflect in surprising ways the inner process of the person involved, sometimes with life transforming implications. In this seminar we will investigate synchronicity both as an interpretative principle and as a psychological experience through the actual consultation of the oracle. We will use the Eranos I Ching, an innovative translation by the sinologist Rudolf Ritsema and Shantena Augusto Sabbadini, the fruit of fifty years of…Find out more »
What is time? It is at the same time what is closest to us and the deepest mystery. So close we cannot step outside it and watch it from a distance. And actually, when we attempt to do so, the notion of time itself seems to fade away, to dissolve into timelessness, where past, present and future merge into an eternal instant. In this Pari Dialogue we will plumb the mystery of time from different perspectives: art, science, psychology, literature,…Find out more »
This seminar is an invitation to wonder and be grateful for the adventure of life and for the mystery of which we are part. We and the world are expressions of the same creativity of existence, waves in the ocean of consciousness. Embracing our oceanic nature is the way to find peace on an individual and a collective level.Find out more »
If we have a wider range of ideas, knowledge and expressions to tap into, we would probably be better equipped for developing a way of living that contributes to the wellbeing of everyone in harmony with our Earth. Can we find ways to cooperate with the earth, with wisdom rooted in other worldviews then ours and with ideas born and nurtured in other communities, disciplines, cultures and places?
This year’s Weekend Among Friends is a tribute to the other and elsewhere.
Open to everyone, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
A Metanoia workshop that will discover questions and themes that appear when people organize their co-work in any context. Closed to the public.Find out more »
with Richard Berengarten, Andrew Fellows, Elena Liotta, Roderick Main, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini and Yuriko Sato
Carl Jung once said that the gods we have expelled from our psyche come back to us in the guise of diseases (and, we might add, ecological disasters). Only the contact with the numinous can make us whole and enable us to navigate the tremendous challenges of the Anthropocene.
By focusing exclusively on the measurable aspects of the world modern science has gained immense technological power, but it has lost the living quality of experience and the intimate participation in the web of life.
The June 2019 Pari Dialogue will invite archetypes of wholeness to our discussions as we work toward a return of the world soul.
Open to everyone, contact us: email@example.com