Peter Baumann, Formerly Of Tangerine Dream, Explains The Evolution Of The Ego In Humans

Peter Baumann, author of EGO: The Fall of the Twin Towers and the Rise of an Enlightened Humanity

Peter Baumann began his career as a member of the internationally acclaimed 1970s band Tangerine Dream (several Gold records) and later founded the Private Music record label (which he later sold to RCA).

Instead of being derailed by early fame and fortune, Peter asked himself this in his late 40s: “Given that I probably have about 10,000 days left on the planet, how can I use this time in the most meaningful and useful way possible?”

To address this question, Baumann assembled a top-notch interdisciplinary think-tank, the San Francisco-based Baumann Foundation.

He serves as a trustee of the California Institute of Integral Studies and as a fellow at the Mind & Life Institute.

Peter has been happily married for 27 years and is father to three grown children. He resides in San Francisco, California.

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