Lectures & Workshops
UK lecture venues have included:
Emmanuel College, Cambridge; The National Trust; the Physical Society of Sussex University; Rosicrucians (AMORC); many UK colleges and universities; the Festival of Mind, Body and Spirit, London and Bristol; The British UFO Research Association; various adult education institutes in London; the Astrological Association, London; the World Archaeological Congress, Southampton; The Findhorn Foundation, Scotland; the College of Psychic Studies, London; the Archaeological Society, Cambridge; Society for Psychical Research, London; Society for Scientific Exploration, Glasgow; Research into Lost Knowledge Organisation (RILKO), London; the Scientific and Medical Network, Totnes; Mystics and Scientists (Scientific & Medical Network conference), Winchester; 7th Brain/Mind Symposium, London, Fortean Times Unconvention, and has addressed many other audiences of all kinds, ranging from academic to popular, and across disciplines.
Non-UK venues have included:
The National Audubon Society's "Is the Earth a Living Organism?" symposium, University of Massachussetts, Amherst; Festival of Mind, Body and Spirit, New York; The New York Open Center (on several occasions between 1985 - 1997); the Ojai Foundation, California; The Omega Institute, NY; the Oasis Center, Chicago; Lawrence Institute of Technology, Detroit; University of Indiana at South Bend; Le Beffroi, Tours, France; Auburn University, Alabama; "Spirit of Place" geomancy symposium, Davis, California; The California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco; "The UFO Experience" conference, North Haven, Connecticut; Gaia Conference, Todtmoos, Germany; Basler Psi-tage, Switzerland; SSE Conference, Princeton University, New Jersey; Wainwright House, New York; Interface, Boston; VIBA, Den Bosch, Holland; the International Transpersonal Psychology Conference, Killarney, Ireland; 'Return to the Source' conference at the University of Delaware; 'Wege Des Geistes, Wege Der Kraft' conference, Munich, and many others. Paper on "Mind and Place" accepted for the major "Tucson II" conference on consciousness, 1996. Has conducted many workshops in the USA.