Freedom is the second course in the School’s ‘Aim of Philosophy’ program. The second year of courses in the School of Practical Philosophy are Presence of Mind, Freedom and The Way of Action.
Without awareness in and of the present moment, it’s impossible to see the way forward. We cannot act freely, so we react with knowledge from the past or desire for the future. Either way, we are simply recycling experience. The thing is to be, here and now, instead of constantly becoming something other than what we are.Only the individual can desire, only the individual can labour, only the individual can know, and only the individual can choose. The Aim of Philosophy aims at awakening the individual’s ability to transform their world by enacting their sovereign freedom in the present moment.
The School operates over a 12 week term with a mid-term break at week 7. Courses consist of 11 sessions of 2.5hrs each and include a break for refreshment. Included in the course fee is a complimentary full day weekend workshop to explore and put into practice concepts introduced in these classes.
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7 people are attending Freedom: <br> Wednesday 7pm