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10wk Introductory Practical Philosophy course in Welshpool Discover The Wisdom Within Starts: Tuesday 1st October 2024 Time: 7pm-9:30pm AVAILABLE PLACES: The January course is now full. The next course is in October 2024. Email [email protected] for more details. Venue: The Ann Holloway Day Care Centre, Gungrog Rd, Welshpool SY21 7DU (Opposite entrance to the Victoria Memorial Hospital Complex)
You are invited to... The ‘Attitudes’ Workshop (SOLD OUT) Location: Walker Memorial Hall, Address: 18 Ampton Rd, Birmingham B15 2UJ Date: Saturday 9th March 2024 Time: 10am to 1pm You are warmly invited to attend a workshop/study day at Walker Memorial Hall on 9th March from 10am – 1pm, it is also open to any of your family or friends who you think may be interested. The theme for the day is Attitudes. How important is our attitude? How can attitudes negatively affect the situations we are in? How can a change of attitude help us retain balance and have a more positive experience? We will also discuss the 4 attitudes that will enhance our life experiences. The workshop will be run by Debbie Nock, with tea, coffee and biscuits available in the refreshment break. The cost will be £10 to include refreshments. The aim of this morning workshop is to provide a useful
You are invited to... The ‘Natural Elements’ Workshop Location: The Quaker Meeting House, Edgbaston. Date: Saturday 21st October 2023. Time: 10am to 1pm. You are warmly invited to attend a workshop/study day at The Quaker Meeting House, Edgbaston on 21 October from 10am – 1pm, it is also open to any of your family or friends who you think may be interested. The theme for the day is Natural Elements, using a model from the ancient Indian Vedic system of philosophy we shall look at the elemental make up of Man from a physical subtle and spiritual point of view. We shall look at each of the physical elements and how they relate to the five physical senses, and how we relate to this on a subtle level. We shall also look at the subtle elements of the mental and emotional realm and the role they play in our understanding of ourselves and
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A tutor presents material, and leads a discussion based on what arises. Being practical rather than academic, the emphasis is on personal knowledge. Students are encouraged neither to accept nor reject the ideas put forward, but to test them in practice for themselves, in the light of their own experience.