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Join Rennie Davis, Former Member of Chicago 7 and Chairman of the Foundation for New Humanity at Future Trends 2010 for his Keynote Presentation 'Change Yourself to Change the World: Pioneering the World's Greatest Discovery'

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October 18-20, 2010
Eden Roc ' Miami
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Rennie Davis says, 'the big event is not behind us but right in front of us.' He sees the present public climate of hysteria, anger, blame and finger pointing re-scripting the world. He also sees the present negative climate culminating in a great turning out of the fear into a new humanity. Drawing from recent discoveries in the field of particle physics, he makes the case that the world's greatest discovery is presently occurring. Gandhi's famous statement that you have to be the change you seek for the world is more than philosophy. It describes the science of how our world works. When we blame we turn our power over and become the victim. What we condemn is what we experience and what we fear is what we attract. The world's greatest discovery makes every human being the origin of their own experiences. It will be pioneered by a new human awareness. To change the world, you first have to change yourself.

The 1960s changed the country and re-shaped a world. Rennie Davis was one of the most prominent leaders of the era, coordinating the largest anti-war and civil rights coalition of that decade. In this rare public appearance, one of America's great story tellers takes you on a history journey through the turbulent days of the 1960s.

Connect with Rennie and our other amazing line-up of speakers next month in sunny Miami. It's not too late to register!

We look forward to seeing you next month.

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