Conference: The Twelve Senses, Sensing Justice in the Encounter
We humans share the lower (body) senses and the middle (soul) senses with the animals and in a primitive way, even with the plants. The higher (spirit) senses are unique to human beings. They are what allow people to perceive the utterly invisible: the space between our own I and that of the Other.
The body and soul senses are by now well recognized and described in mainstream medical/therapeutic literature. The senses of the spirit are not, even though everybody has experiences through these sense modalities. To find descriptions of these perceptions, we must turn to philosophy, theology, and the arts. There we find investigations into the essentials of the human experience.
The conference was held on the Zoom platform. Many talks and sessions were recorded for the convenience of participants in other time zones.
Two of the conference workshops were streamed live from the Threefold Educational Center campus in Chestnut Ridge, NY. Registered conference attendees were invited to attend these workshops in person.