Humane Evaluative Thinking: The Art of Achieving Visual Perfection.  Presented by Sensei Kirk Ellis, Ph.D., author of Quantum Philosophy, America’s At War and How to Slay Your Inner Dragons.  Participants will learn how to utilize the six humane maxim’s: “As Wholesomeness Increases, Dualism Decreases”, “As Relevancy Increases, Injustice Decreases”, “As Wisdom Increases, Divisiveness Decreases”, “As Interrelatedness Increases, Definable Barriers Decrease”, “As Becoming more fully humane Increases, Conflicting alternatives Decrease” and “As Truth and Understanding Increase, Superiority of Race, Nation, and Religion Decrease”.  Learn how to elevate your level of awareness day by day and effectively remain centered while performing physical tasks.  Q & A after seminar Sat, April 4th, 6:30-8 pm in the Great Room.  $25.  Reservations: call 282-9300 before 3/24. 

 

Humane Evaluative Thinking:
The Art of Achieving Visual Perfection

Seminar with Kirk Ellis, Ph.D.


Kirk Ellis, Ph.D. is the author of Quantum Philosophy, America’s At War and How to Slay Your Inner Dragons.  Participants will learn how to utilize the six humane maxim’s:

 

Six Humane Maxims:

"As Wholesomeness increases, Duality decreases"
"As Relevancy increases, Injustice decreases"
"As Interrelatedness increases, Definable barriers decrease"
"As Clarity of Wisdom increases, Divisiveness decreases"
"As Being Humane increases, Conflicting alternatives decrease"
"As Truth and Understanding increase, Being overwhelmed by the apparent superiority of a specific race/nation/political force or religion decreases"


Participants will also learn how to elevate their level of awareness day by day and effectively remain centered while performing physical tasks.  After the seminar there will be time for a group question and answer session.  Saturday, April 4th, 2009, 6:30-8pm in the Great Room.  Fee: $25 For Reservations call 928-282-9300 before March 24, 2009.  Sponsored by “The 9/11 World Peace Project” President, Frank Lynds.

Kirk Ellis

Kirk Ellis is best known for his ability to successfully cross-reference philosophical, spiritual, and psychological principles with scientific research in order to elevate one's level of awareness.  Because he is a traditional martial artist he is able to use physical techniques so philosophical principles can be experientially, realistically learned.

During his thirty year career as a fireman he utilized his training as an engineer, Captain, Supervisor II, in combination with martial art philosophy, to develop specialized programs.  These programs were used by the California correctional facilities, law enforcement, public schools, and emergency services.

He has been a martial arts instructor for over twenty-seven years.  As a competitor, he was a California State Judo champion for five years.  He has a Ph.D in the humanities from the Emerson Institution. 

 

 For further information please contact
 
Sedona Creative Life Center
  928-282-9300

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