Every term the School provides the opportunity for students in Part 1 to 15 to meet for either a half day (parts 1 to 3) or a full day (parts 4 to 15) on a weekend. These are held on a regular basis each term as an opportunity to engage in practical exercises, study sessions and small feedback groups.
This half-day workshop runs from 8:45am to 12:15pm and is for anyone currently enrolled in Mindful Wisdom or Fullness of Love or Sustainable Happiness. Morning tea is provided.
‘Sattva’ is one of the fundamental forces or energies running through everything. Sattva is the force which illuminates things and lights them up. It conducts consciousness. In the light of sattva knowledge shines.
Each of the three days explores sattva in different ways. There are different materials but the program remains the same on each of the three days: an introductory presentation, practical exercises and small-group feedback and study sessions. The exercises are always illuminating and the material presented for study is always inspiring.
WHO IT’S FOR
The day is for students who have been attending the School for more than four terms.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
This cost of the day is included in your course fees. Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided.
The full-day Mindful Living workshop provides an opportunity to mix with other members of the School working together on mindful practices leading to transformative new ways of speaking, thinking and working.
People who have attended these days speak highly of the transformative power that’s available when a group of like-minded people come together to work for freedom. The main idea is to broaden our horizons, take some time to wonder about things that really matter, and leave with practical skills to live more fully.
Day 1 – PHILOSOPHY AS A WAY OF LIFE
Day 2 – SELF-MASTERY
Day 3 – LOVE & DISCIPLINE
Days 4 & 5 – FLOW
Day 6 – BALANCE
Days 7 & 8 – EQUANIMITY
Day 9 – THE ART OF CARE
Day 10 – Creativity
Day 11 – Relationships
Becoming a student at the School of Practical Philosophy offers rich experience not only in knowledge but atmosphere as well.