Global Compact Network India in collaboration with Pyramid International Valley organised ‘Leadership Lecture Series’ on the theme ‘Advancing Sustainable Development Goal-03: Quantum Energy Medicine: A New Paradigm’ at India Islamic Culture, New Delhi on 9th September 2016.
The welcome address was delivered by Rita Mahajan, Secretary General, World of Quantum Energy Medicine, CEO, QUEST Research Foundation wherein she explained that how hospitals are nowadays more focused on business rather services to community and somewhere it’s affecting the health & well being of community. The community needs the sustainable growth for the overall well being of people and there is need for quantum growth because spirituality is becoming a commercial bomb.
Dr. Amit Goswami, Theoretical Quantum Physicists, USA in his special address shared his vision of the unlimited potential of consciousness as the ground of all being, and how this revelation can actually help us to live better. He explained all facets of creativity and said that “Every human being has creative potential, and grasping the quantum process—do-be-do-be-do—will help everyone to explore his or her creative potential. Also, he talked about how science and spirituality can be integrated and theory of survival after death and reincarnation. He seeks to integrate both conventional and alternative medicine. He adds that not only are science and religion compatible but that quantum physics proves the existence of God”.
Subsequently Dr. Jim Alvin, PhD, Founder, Advanced Law of Attraction Training Institute, California, USA in his key addresses talked about Quantum Economics Business Coaching (QEBC) and what made him and Dr. Goswami to found this institute. He said The QEBC intends to engage entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations and organizations across all industries and markets to help them implement the principles of Quantum Economics in the workplace. It will lead to new paradigm for economics and business for the twenty-first century, touching upon the important issues of stability and sustainability of the economy and leadership, creativity and ethics in business, and will offer a way to achieve a revitalized business arena, an economy of sustainability, prevention of economic meltdowns, and, once and for all, eliminating poverty and hunger.
The meeting ended with the Vote of Thanks delivered by Dr. Uddesh Kohli, Senior Adviser, United Nations Global compact to all the members for taking their time out and helping GCNI in its initiative towards achieving sustainable development goals.