A Convergence Culture - Bridging Science and Spirit
Originally published in Energy Magazine: The official Publication of the Healing Touch Program April issue. A Convergence Culture- Bridging Science and Spirit by Denise Lewis Premschak
A Convergence Culture- Bridging Science and Spirit
There is power in science that is unrivaled — unless it is by the enormous influence spirituality has had upon individuals, environments and nations throughout the ages. I’m sure it seemed startlingly audacious 20 years ago for the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) to assert its mission using the simple tag line, Bridging Science and Spirit. Oh, but the landscape has changed dramatically — whether because accepted science has been contradicted so many times by new findings or because we have actually begun to integrate spirituality, broad-perspective thought, and methodical analysis. We, as humans, not only need to know how the world works, but we need to believe in what it all means and need it to inform us in living our lives —morally, ethically, and spiritually.
“We know the truth, not only by reason, but also by the heart.” Pascal
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About the author:
Denise Lewis Premschak brings a spirited, collaborative perspective and rich resources to ISSSEEM. She draws upon her experience and leadership in sales, training, marketing, recruiting, and consulting in both the corporate and public sectors as well as many years of volunteer contributions for non-profit organizations. During her more than 30 years of independent study, Denise has focused on the role and effect of subtle energies upon personal, spiritual evolution. She lives with her husband of 24 years in Parker, Colorado. She has two sons in college, enjoys boating, camping, hiking, whitewater rafting, yoga and has a voracious appetite for learning. Denise says her real education comes from her relationships with Spirit, family, friends, clients, community, purposeful work and expressive play.