The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Adelaide Lodge

A Dialogue With The Universe 18-25 January

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2020 Annual convention for members only

The next National Convention (18 to 25 January 2020) will be held in the beautiful city of Melbourne, with guest speaker, neuroscientist, inventor and long-time member of the Theosophical Society, Professor Emeritus Richard Silberstein.

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About the Keynote Speaker

Richard Silberstein has over 35 years of cognitive neuroscience research experience, with a keen interest in examining the relationship between brain electrical activity and psychological processes. His peer-reviewed papers have been cited more than 5,000 times in the fields of brain activity, signal processing, memory, attention, creativity and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Richard and his team have co-authored key consumer neuroscience papers linking brain activity while viewing advertising with long term memory and consumer behaviour, work recognised with a Great Mind Award from the Advertising Research Foundation. Professor Emeritus Richard Silberstein is the originator of  the Steady State Topography (SST) methodology.

Registration $20 if received on or before Friday 30 August; or $40 if received after 30 August.
$700 covering all meals and all sessions.  All accommodation is in single rooms with shared bathrooms.

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