Due to the corona virus outbreak we have to postpone this event to a later time in the year. We will announce the new date on our website once it is safe to reopen our premises.
According to the teachings of classical philosophy, we all possess a ‘Philosopher within’ - a part of us that asks questions and searches for the meaning in our lives and the world around us. This deep but often quiet voice within can be cultivated and brought more readily into our daily lives through simple principles and practical techniques. A stronger connection to your ‘Inner Philosopher’ will help you to practise the art of living well and become more conscious of your relationships and roles within society as a whole.
Based on the classical philosophical traditions of East and West, this workshop will aim to draw out and develop your ‘inner philosopher’. We will look at methods for developing clear thinking both about ourselves and the world around us. We will learn useful techniques to improve our concentration as well as understanding of the principles of inner serenity that can help us deal more effectively with life’s challenges.
The workshop will consist of the following seven sessions:
•Introduction:Principles of philosophy in the classical tradition.
•Self-Reflection: Tools for learning from every day (practical exercise).
•Stoic Philosophy:Teachings of the Stoic philosophers on the art of living well.
Lunch break (home cooked healthy food provided)
•Philosophical Perspectives:Reflecting on the world around us - develop the skills to analyse events in a philosophical way.
•Tibetan Wisdom: The art and science of concentration, based on Tibetan traditions.
•Man, Know Thyself: Self-discovery exercise; Guided imagination exercise.
•Conclusion: Refreshments and recap of the day - consolidation of experiences and techniques.