Wholeness and Finding the Spirituality in Science

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Feeling itself becomes an organ of perception

Henri’s work was based on leading us to a point whereby we can come to realise, through our own experience, the limitations in our thinking that have come from both Plato and Aristotle, or as Henri suggested, a misunderstanding of these philosophers. In his classes at Schumacher College, Henri told us that it took him many years of philosophical work before everything became clear to him. He also told us of his own struggles with his ego as he battled to move into this new way of seeing, even though he felt that he had had some staggering insights in those instances when he had made that shift.

Henri Bortoft at Schumacher College

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Simon Robinson

Simon Robinson

Co-author of Deep Tech and the Amplified Organisation, Customer Experiences with Soul and Holonomics: Business Where People and Planet Matter. CEO of Holonomics