Philosophy In Practice
The Practical Philosophy Course
For each and every one of us, finding a balance between wisdom, happiness and love provides the means for a fuller and more rewarding life. This introductory course in practical philosophy concentrates on these three themes. Taking each in turn, over three 10 – 12 week terms, the course provides an understanding of what a naturally balanced life is like, and offers practical steps to achieve this for oneself.
For those students that wish it, the opportunity to take up mantra meditation is also made available. Meditation is a central practice in regaining inner stillness and confidence.
In the company of like minded people, the introductory course in Practical Philosophy caters for all those that feel the need of a systematic way to enjoy a meaningful life, whatever their background, beliefs, education or gender.
Quotes from philosophy students …..
“Thank you so much to my tutor for the wonderful classes that you have taken. My whole life has transformed since joining the course. I feel a much better person and that is all credit to you and the way you conduct the class and encourage its members.”
“This course ‘woke me up’, particularly to the present moment. Learning to use the ‘full stop’ between daily events and pausing, rather than everything running in to one continuum.”
“I have thoroughly enjoyed this course. It has been very practical and has given me lots of tools and exercises to use in my daily life. Coming back each week and feeding back to the group has reinforced what I have learned and given me extra pointers.”
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