Goonellabah, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/23/2015 -- Starting in May, the College of Universal Medicine is tackling the fascinating area of science and religion by presenting a course that will explore the connection between ancient science, philosophy and religion – three areas that are collectively known as the Ageless Wisdom – and modern science. Yes, the Ageless Wisdom and modern science are often seen as being in opposition to each other, but modern science, it will be presented, was in fact founded upon the Ageless Wisdom.
By offering students a fun, interactive introduction to some of the key concepts of relevance in both modern and ancient science: matter and energy, the origin and nature of the universe, human beings, and consciousness, they will be better able to understand scientific information and this education will help students take a more useful, discerning, big-picture view that at the same time presents the opportunity to connect with deeper levels of awareness in our everyday lives.
The course will compare and blend the two systems of science – ancient and modern, in a very simple, basic, educational and physical way. It is a practical course, informative and very much about our day-to-day life and relationships with others and the world that we live in and are a part of.
Dates: Friday 1st May 2015. The 7 classes will be delivered approximately monthly thereafter on Friday evenings.
Duration: 7 x 1 hour lessons
Venue: Hall of the Ageless Wisdom, 37 Converys Lane, off Bruxner Highway, Wollongbar NSW.
Time: 6pm – 7.30pm (registration 5.15 pm)
Cost: $140 - The cost includes tutorials
About Course Presenter Dianne Trussell
For Dianne Trussell, science is her natural environment. With a BSc Honours in biological sciences, chemistry, earth sciences & psychology, Dianne has 16 years experience in biological & medical university research in neuroscience (brain, gastro-intestinal system, urinary system), plant physiology, marine ecology & psychology.
As part of her prior work in research laboratories at Flinders University of South Australia, University of Queensland and the Repatriation General Hospital in Adelaide Ms Trussell was a problem-based learning tutor to graduate medical students and a hands-on research trainer of doctors, surgeons, students & visiting academics. Dianne's greatest love is to teach and empower students in how to ask questions, research, write, communicate and structure their work for greater clarity, efficiency and usefulness. Crucial to effective science education she understands and has the ability to see the bigger picture and to synthesize diverse, hitherto separate information and fields of activity and enquiry into a more integrated, holistic study.
Dianne has the unique gift of being able to impart scientific knowledge in a practical and interesting way whilst helping students gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their place in the world.
T: 0412 455 512
PO Box 4046, Goonellabah, NSW 2480 AUS