Born in Hungary, in 1976, Peter Kajtar (|ˈkeɪtə|) moved to the United Kingdom at the age of 18, where he studied and worked in adult and special education for the next fourteen years, successfully completing his post-graduate studies in Education in 2004.
In his mid-twenties, Peter spent a great deal of time engaging with various philosophical and psychological approaches and traditions, some more esoteric than others. This challenging yet transformative period was brought to an end—or more accurately to its rational conclusion—by a chance discovery of ‘The Network of Thought’ by J. Krishnamurti in a small library in the Cotswolds.
Peter is recognised as an expert on the ideas of the late Emeritus Prof. David Bohm, FRS. Peter is especially interested in and has been developing over a decade the ideas that thought and knowledge are emergent processes and that our mind-body continuum is concretely related to the deepest orders of a participatory universe. He has a broad mix of academic, scientific, artistic and technological abilities and has a visionary understanding of what he contends is a super-paradigm change in progress, which has profound global and cross-cultural implications and which will actively shape the future of mankind in this millennium.
Peter is the founder and Director of Insightful Collaboration which he hopes to develop into an open and community centred institute concerned with the transformation of mankind and our global society for the benefit of all.
Peter is available as a public speaker for conferences, corporate or private events, or as facilitator of seminars.
Please get in touch via e-mail to arrange for a telephone or on-line call to discuss your event/requirements.