Contribute to Mind Matters VI: Altered States Video Editing

Mind Matters VI: Altered States was held on Saturday, February 27th, 2016. All tickets sold out in less than 6 hours. Be sure to sign up for our email list to watch videos from previous Mind Matters, find out when Mind Matters VI videos have been edited, and to find out when Mind Matters VII tickets are available.

Filming and editing a conference is an expensive and time-consuming process. To cover the cost of video editing, you can contribute below right now and get immediate access to all the talks from previous Mind Matters. Even a dollar makes a difference:

Donate $50 & immediately watch all previous Mind Matters videos including unreleased MM4 & MM5 videos: [ticket id=”2654″]
Donate $25 & immediately watch Mind Matters V: Power videos: [ticket id=”2562″]
Donate $1 to keep Mind Matters great! Even a dollar makes a difference: [tc_ticket id=”2560″]


The original description for Mind Matters VI: Altered is below:

Psychedelic medicine. Meditation. Lucid dreams. Trance. Flow. Mystical experiences.
On Sat. Feb 27th, 2016 Mind Matters VI: Altered States will explore the vast kaleidoscope of consciousness through the lenses of psychology, philosophy, cognitive science, religion, anthropology, and neuroscience. Join us at the Isabel Bader Theatre as we hold up the mirror of our human awareness to the depths of our spiritual potentials.

Our currently confirmed speakers include:

We’re also proud to announce that Toronto-based artist Mani Mazinani has created “Sounds Grounds”, a site specific sound installation specially formulated for Mind Matters VI: Altered States. This piece manipulates the playback speed of recorded audio and projects sound through the architecture of the Isabel Bader Theatre’s open lobby space. The intersection of sound and space is where the action of Sounds Grounds occurs. By constructing sonic-spatial connections, the piece is experienced as sensual and perceptual forms.

Who organizes Mind Matters?
The Mind Matters conference is a joint project of the U of T Buddhism & Psychology Student Union and the U of T Jungian Society. It is an entirely volunteer-driven, not-for-profit conference dedicated to exploring big questions through many different scientific lenses.

We would like to thank the Friends of Mind Matters for their generous and continued support.