'I-Theory' at Copenhagen Business School

Dr. Christophe Dumas, GEP Minister for Science and Technology, gave the opening Keynote Address about the I-Theory, on 3rd September 2108 at the 3-day "Mind, Meditation and Innovation" conference hosted at the Copenhagen Business School.

In his Keynote Talk entitled "Modern conceptualizations of the Mind, its relevance to practice and experience," Dr. Dumas used the I-Theory to define the mind.

"Mind is the totality of emotions, and intellect is the totality of thought," he said. He explained how thought and emotion operate on the plane of subtle air (the A1 particle). Later, he presented a written paper to the organizers by Swami Isa, giving the background and details of this science.

He also participated in a round-table discussion on the applications in meditation with Prof. Sudhanshu Rai, Associate Professor of Innovation in Emerging Economies, Copenhagen Business School, Nithya Shanti, a spiritual teacher, seminar leader and educator, and Raman Rajpal, CEO & Co-Founder of MeghaFind in USA, on 5th September.

In that session, Dr. Dumas explained that meditation reduces the frequency of a person’s thoughts and emotions, which allows them to be in tune with lower frequency data, which is essentially more positive energy. He said that meditation allows someone to intuit positive ideas, combined with a more positive emotion, and the output will also be more positive. So meditation has a far-reaching impact in all fields of society, because everyone wants to feel, act, and create better.

Some of the other featured speakers in the conference were: Dr. Balder Onarheim, associate professor in creativity at the Technical University of Denmark; Mr. Madhavan Nambiar, former Secretary to the Government of India; Prof. Dr. Niko Kohls researcher in mindfulness from Germany; Dr. Narayanan Srinivasan, Professor at the Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences, University of Allahabad, India; Dr. Aviva Berkovich-Ohana, senior lecturer, affiliated at the University of Haifa, Israel; Dr. Wolfgang Bischoff, psychologist from Germany; and Dr. Stephen Anthony Parker, yoga teacher and Director of the Council on Yoga Accreditation International, USA.

The Global Energy Parliament was invited to join the Mind Sciences in Society for Innovation (MSISFI) Consortium, a group of distinguished international universities and research institutes, headed by the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

Dr. Dumas with members of the MSISFI Consortium

Dr. Dumas with members of the Consortium