The Power of Love, A Co-Conference
First Unity Spiritual Campus is happy to host this conference with Dr. Natalie Trent, Ph.D. Harvard University and Michel Pascal, Medicine Voice and Buddhist Teacher.
Love is the strongest force in the world. Learn how two different disciplines, the scientific and the spiritual, come up with the same conclusion; Love actually does heal. Dr Trent shares the evidence and Michel shares the belief. How does Love heal? You will find out at this informative and enlightening conference with two of the world’s most thought provoking voices.
Dr. Natalie Trent, Ph.D. from Harvard University, is a Research Scientist that investigates yoga, mindfulness, Reiki, and other spiritual practices for improving psychological health and well being. She completed her Postdoctoral Fellowships at Harvard University and Harvard Medical School and is the current President of the Center for Reiki Research. Natalie also conducts research on universal love, an experience of unity with the whole of existence. When we embody universal love, we are more compassionate, loving, kind, happy, forgiving, spiritually connected, and have more meaning in our lives. Through these qualities, universal love has the power to positively transform humanity and the world. Her research will be published by Harvard Health in the coming months.
Michel Pascal, is the creator of the recently released MIND DIVE app for meditation, he is a Transformational Meditation Singer, one of only a handful in the world who uses his voice and guided visualizations together to create a deep and visceral healing experience. Michel is an author with 20 books including Instants Sacres co-written with His Holiness Dalai Lama. Before moving to the US, Michel Pascal called the Kopan Monastery in the Himalayas, home. To this day he cherishes his close relationship and dedicated study of 15 years with his mentor, the late Buddhist master Chepa Dorje Rinpoche, the last descendant of Marpa. Additionally, Michel is the disciple of Theologian Psychologist Jean-Yves Leloup. Pascal is currently advised by and works closely with neuroscientists Dr. Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., who holds the title as one of the top one-hundred most important pioneers in science of the 21st century. He is also honored to work with Dr. Natalie Trent, Ph.D., author and professor at Harvard University, as well as Dr. Gary Schwartz, Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health.
Child care available. Our Red Cross certified care specialists are here to care for your child in the same building as the event. Pre-registration is required, no walk-ins for child care. $10 per child, $5 each additional child same family.