4 – 11 oct | led by Ratnaprabha
Albert Einstein said ‘The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.’ One need only look up at the night sky, or peer into a microscope to begin to feel the shakiness of our everyday assumptions about reality.
Are the vast vistas of science amazing to you? Are physics, prajna and the imagination intimately connected? Do you long for a presentation of the Dharma that further integrates those with scientific training or enthusiasm?
Explore science as a visionary and imaginative endeavour, finding new ways, as Carl Sagan said, for the universe to know itself.
This is a second opportunity to attend, following the fully booked retreat last year.