Nonduality Film At The Rubin Museum of Art

Science and Nonduality

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM – April 27, 2011

Price: $10.00

Are Buddhists and scientists talking about the same thing? Buddhist teacher at the Shambhala Institute Jeremy Hayward describes his take on consciousness and delves into the concept of the “I.”

Jeremy Hayward received a PhD in theoretical physics at Cambridge University followed by research in molecular biology at M.I.T and then became a practicing Buddhist for thirty years. From that unique prospective he discusses the sense of doership, if consciousness is all there, and whether scientists and Buddhists are saying the same thing.

Post-screening discussion moderated by Scott Kiloby and John Sennhauser


*This film and discussion complements this year’s Brainwave series on dreams.


Scott Kiloby is a teacher/author on non-duality, including the book Love’s Quiet Revolution: The End of the Spiritual Search and Reflections of the One Life: Daily Pointers to Enlightenment. Also of interest is the new Living Realization e-book and website. His upcoming book is called The Natural Rest Presence Method and is scheduled for release in 2011.

John Sennhauser is an attorney whose involvement with Shambhala began in the 1970′s when he moved to Boulder, Colorado to study theater and dance at Naropa University. There he met Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and became his student. He is now the chairman of the Shambhala Trust and continues to perform from time to time.

Rubin Museum of Art

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  1. Awesome post yet again, many thanks for the creative inspiration!

    April 26, 2011 at 9:59 am

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