Eleusis, the historic city renowned for its ancient mysteries and spiritual significance, hosted a groundbreaking symposium entitled “How to Change Our Mind, to Change the World” from 27 to 29 September. Τhis landmark event was part of the 2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture programme and aimed to re-establish Eleusis, also for the years to come, as a reference point of consciousness elevation, assisting in tackling modern global challenges and protecting life on our planet.

The symposium sought to unveil a modern narrative of transformation and unity while harnessing the strength and spirit of Eleusis to ignite personal and societal change.

Organised by the World Human Forum, it featured a diverse lineup of esteemed speakers and captivating topics, offering a unique platform to explore and redefine the intersections of ancient wisdom, modern consciousness exploration, science, humanities, spirituality, and art.

Attendees had the opportunity to participate in riveting discussions, experiential workshops, and artistic performances.

This first edition of the Symposium was dedicated to the memory of barrier-breaking singer and activist Harry Belafonte.

"At Eleusis, one realises, if never before, that there is no salvation in becoming adapted to a world which is crazy. At Eleusis, one becomes adapted to the cosmos. Outwardly Eleusis may seem broken, disintegrated with the crumbled past; actually, Eleusis is still intact and it is we who are broken, dispersed, crumbling to dust. Eleusis lives; lives eternally in the midst of a dying world."
Henry Miller

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