The World According to Laszlo
Author Györgyi Szabo was Ervin Laszlo’s Personal Assistant for many years and traveled around the globe with him on numerous occasions.
A highly accomplished Hungarian-born world citizen herself, Györgyi participated in the lectures and seminars with Ervin and met with countless fascinating thought-leaders from all walks of life. She undertook to recount these experiences in a story-telling style that is both witty and profound.
Her book provides us, the reader, with a unique inside-look at the life, thinking, and personality of whom many consider the greatest living philosopher of our time.
About the Author
Györgyi Szabo holds a Ph.D. in Sociology — Summa Cum Laude awarded by the Sorbonne, the University of Paris; a Master’s degree in Philosophy from Trinity St David, University of Wales, and a Bachelor’s degree with Honors from Birkbeck College, University of London. She is also a trained Reiki and Reconnective Healing practitioner. She has lived in America, England, Italy and Spain. She currently lives in Paris, France. Her holistic approach to metaphysics and interest in conscious evolution serves as the foundation for her work in facilitating cooperative evolution toward a peaceful and sustainable world.
Györgyi serves as Deputy to Director Ervin Laszlo at the Laszlo New-Paradigm Leadership Center Italy. She is also Director of Academic Research and Program Development at Ubiquity University. She was a Co-Founder and Academic Dean of the Ervin Laszlo Center for Advanced Study (ELCAS), heading the Center’s Exploratoria Program and was the co-creator of the WorldShift International Foundation, and the WorldShift 2012 organizations. She serves as Member of the Advisory Board of the Memnosyne Foundation.
Dr. Szabo collaborated with Ervin Laszlo in preparing the annual Conferences of the World Cultural Forum in China and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Club of Budapest France. In 2012, in association with Barbara Marx Hubbard she founded UniverSoul, a Hub for Conscious Evolution, in Paris and serves as its president. Her papers and monographs have appeared inter alia in The Scientific and Medical Network Review, The Shift Network, and World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research.
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