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Jeffery Martin presents: The Secrets of Persistent Awakening


By Donation $25


Wednesday, May 4th 6-8pm PT


About the Course

In this talk we'll cover the unconscious choice that most people are making that is dramatically limiting their life, discuss two possible alternatives, and go into detail on the most powerfully transformative of the two. We'll examine what science has learned over the last 20 years, the myths it has exposed, and potential that can be realized. You'll learn a simple formula that you can start using right away to make progress, and what is most important for you to keep in mind as you begin to realize success with it.

Your Instructor

Jeffery Martin

Jeffery Martin is an academic researcher, serial entrepreneur, technologist, and investor who specializes in advancing the highest forms of human wellbeing. For over a decade he has conducted the largest international study on Fundamental Wellbeing, which includes the types of consciousness commonly known as: enlightenment, nonduality, the peace that passeth understanding, unitive experience, and hundreds of other terms. This resulted in the first reliable, cross-cultural and pan-tradition classification system for these types of experience. More recently, he has used this research to make systems available to help people obtain profound psychological benefits in a rapid, secular, reliable, and safe way.

Jeffery is currently the Director for the Center for the Study of Non-Symbolic Consciousness, a Research Professor and Director at the Transformative Technology Lab in Silicon Valley, Dean of Research at the California Institute of Human Science where he also founded and directs the Laboratory for Consciousness Science, and a Lecturer and Adjunct professor at Stanford University. He was formerly the William James Professor of Consciousness Studies and Dean of Research at Sofia University and a visiting professor in the School of Design at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, among other appointments.

Jeffery Martin
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