May 31, 2008
A Conversation With James O’Dea

Having experienced the civil war in Turkey and first hand experiences in the Israelis war in Lebanon, James was moved to spend 10 years working on global human rights issues as the Director of the Washington DC office of Amnesty International. From there he found that it was important to look at the deeper cause of wounding, perpetration, violation and healing and even to this day is involved in reconciliation and forgiveness dialogues. He is the president of theĀ Institute of Noetic Sciences, which is centered on exploring the interface of science and consciousness.

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