The 17th International Transpersonal Conference

The 17th International Transpersonal Conference "Consciousness Revolution. Transpersonal Discoveries that are changing the world.", June 23-27.

The Conference Mission:
To present the fundamental role of consciousness in all human affairs and the value for humanity of our growing insights into the nature of consciousness and of the world.

The speakers include:
Stanislav Grof, Michael Murphy, Alex Grey, Pilot Baba, Jim Garrison, Rick Tarnas, Amit Goswami, Ervin Laszlo, Ralph Metzner, Rajesh Dalal, Stuart Sovatsky, Max and Ellen Schupbach, Karan Singh, Silvia Nakkach, Eduard Sagalaev, Bronislav Vinogrodsky and others.

Main themes of the Conference are:
The Great Spiritual Traditions of the World, Russian Transpersonalism, New Cartography of the Human Psyche and the Holotropic Perspective, Transpersonal Psychology and Deep Ecology, Consciousness Revolution and How to Heal the Global Crisis, Consciousness and the New Paradigm in Science, Extraordinary Human Possibilities, Global Problem and Human Evolution, Spirituality and Politics, Spirituality and Business, Spirituality and Sexuality, Transpersonal Dimension of Art, Transpersonal Psychology and Higher Education.


Pre-Conference Seminars

- June, 4th - July, 15th, Alex Grey Exhibition "Transfigurations" in Elena Vrublevskaya's Gallery in Moscow
- June, 21st, 22nd, VISIONARY ART WORKSHOP, presenters Alex and Allyson Grey
- June, 21st, 22nd, The Adventure of Self Discovery: Holotropic Breathwork with Stan Grof

Post-Conference Seminars

- June 28th, 29th. "Spiritual Pathways of Leaders, Teachers, Facilitators and Therapists". Presenters: Ellen and Max Schupbach
- Tour to Tyva. July 02 - 12
- June 28th, 29th. "SOUND: The Beginning and the Future of Transpersonal Therapies". Presenter: Silvia Nakkach, M. A., MMT
- June 28th, 29th. "The Unbroken Circle". Presenter: Stuart Sovatsky
- June 28th. "The New Enlightenment". Presenter: Andrew Cohen
- June 29th. "Seminar for Small and Medium Sized Firms in an Age of Financial Uncertainty". Presenter: Bernard Lietaer


Panels and Round Tables

Alex Grey
Алекс ГрейAlex Grey is an American artist specializing in spiritual and psychedelic art (or visionary art). Grey is a Vajrayana practitioner. His body of work spans a variety of forms including performance art, process art, installation art, sculpture, visionary art, and painting. Grey is a member of the Integral Institute.

He is also on the board of advisors for the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and is the Chair of Wisdom University's Sacred Art Department. He and his wife Allyson Grey are the co-founders of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, a non-profit institution supporting Visionary Culture in New York City.

Karan Singh
Каран СингхKaran Singh is an Indian politician, author, diplomat and present titular Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir. He was born as the Yuvraj (Crown Prince), i.e., heir-apparent to the then ruler of the state of Jammu and Kashmir Maharaja Hari Singh, in the royal family of Jammu and Kashmir.

In 1949, at age of eighteen, he was appointed as the regent of Jammu and  Kashmir state after his father stepped down as the king, following the state's accession to India. He served successively as regent, Sadr-i-Riyasat and governor of the state of Jammu and Kashmir from 1965-1967. He was then, successively, Union Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation from 1967-1973, Minister of Health and Family Planning from 1973-1977 and Minister of Education and Culture in 1979-1980. In 1990-1991, he served as Indian Ambassador to the US. 

He is an active member of several boards, organizations, and foundations, including the Author's Guild of India, the ICCR, the Auroville Foundation, the Indian Board of Wildlife, and several others. Presently, Karan Singh is Chairman of the AICC Foreign Department.

Yeshi Silvano Namkhai
Yeshi Silvano NamkhaiYeshi Silvano Namkhai son and student of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu was born in Italy in 1970, received Christian and Buddhist education, studied (philosophy and computer science) and worked in the field of modern technologies.

H.H. Sakya Trizin recognized YSN as the reincarnation of CHNN maternal uncle (Khyentse Rinpoche Chokyi Wangchug) giving the name Jamyang Chokyi Nyima. In 2007 he went to Tibet and accepted his duty to help and support monastery in central Tibet.

Recently more and more he is dedicating his life to the future of Dzogchen Community founded by CHNN, following his Teacher instructions and fulfilling Students whishes.

YSN's style is open and simple, he promotes fresh and spontaneous interest talking directly and helping to enter the essence of buddhist teachings and to discover one's real nature. During last two years YSN gave more then 40 talks and teaching sessions in Europe, Russia, USA, South America and Australia.

Telo Tulku Rinpoche
Telo Tulku RinpocheTelo Tulku Rinpoche was born on October, 27th, 1972, to a family of Kalmyk emigrants in the USA. At four years of age, the future Supreme Lama of Kalmykia declared to his parents the desire to become a monk. When he was six, he had an opportunity to meet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, who advised that the boy be sent to training at the Tibetan monastery of Drepung Gomang in India. He spent 13 years there, studying Buddhist philosophy under the direction of outstanding Tibetan teachers. In the late 1980s, during his days of training at the monastery, he was recognized as the new reincarnation of the great Indian, sacred Tilopy, who was twice embodied in Inner Mongolia and three times in Mongolia.

In 1991, Telo Tulku Rinpoche arrived for the first time to Kalmykia as a part of a delegation of the Dalai Lama. The first meeting with his historical native land was followed by an invitation to head the process of spiritual revival for the steppe republic, which was in great need of his knowledge and spiritual experience.

In 1992, Telo Tulku Rinpoche was elected the Shadzhin-llama (the Supreme llama) of Kalmykia. During the last years of his management, over 30 Buddhist temples were build. These temples were destroyed in the days of the Soviet Union. Since 2005, Telo Tulku Rinpoche has resided in the main temple of Kalmykia «the Gold monastery of Buddha Shakyamuni,» which is identified as a largest Buddhist temple in both Russia and Europe.


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