This year’s annual MysTech conference, on anthroposophical approaches to technology, features local talent among the guest speakers. RSCC board member Grant Davis and RSCC board chair Robert McKay are both among the speakers for this year’s three-day MysTech conference, which will be offered both in-person and online. The description below is from the conference page of the Mystech website:
MysTech is dedicated to driving positive change for our future by steering the role that technology will play in society and human evolution in the light of spiritual science. The past century has witnessed astonishing advances in technology that have impacted our day-to-day lives, health, and consciousness in profound and unexpected ways. When we consider the impact of technology in the context of our evolution as both physical and spiritual beings, how might it contribute to our future? Will continued advances in technology be a benefit or a burden for the potential of humankind? How must we respond to modern technological developments in order to shape the future towards the good?
In this conference you will gain new insights about the mysteries of technology from the perspectives of spiritual science through the original research of our distinguished speakers across a broad range of fascinating topics. You will also gain a new appreciation for social three-folding, biodynamics, eurythmy, and more, and learn how these methods and thought-forms can help us to meet the coming challenges of the modern age.