EVENTS - SYDNEY
These two full day workshops runs from 08:00am to 04:00pm both days and is for anyone currently enrolled in M and I Levels only. The cost of the two days is included in course fees. Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided.
This full day workshop runs from 08:45am to 04:00pm and is for anyone currently enrolled in Parts 4 to 15, Presence of Mind to Three Lines of Work. This is an opportunity to spend a day discovering more about the transformative power of practical philosophy.
‘Sattva’ is one of the fundamental forces or energies running through everything. This half-day workshop is for anyone currently enrolled in Mindful Wisdom, Sustainable Happiness or Fullness of Love courses and runs from 8:45am to 12:15pm on Sunday 4 August.
What are the Sattvic Qualities? In Chapter 16 of the Bhagavad Gītā, Śrī Kṛṣṇa describes the Sattvic qualities, those qualities that lead to freedom and happiness. Wahroonga, Sunday 11 August, 9:00am-12:30pm. Tea/coffee and eats provided.
In order to continue the support of meditation and facilitate its practice and mastery, we hold a half-day meditation workshop each term, at our city building. There is no charge for attendance at the workshop. We’d love to see you there.
Now that Socrates has finished describing the just city, he returns to the task of describing the four unjust constitutions of city and man. Wahroonga, arrive 8.30 and finish 3pm. Lunch and Tea Breaks are included in the ticket price. Sunday 23 June 9am.
The Sydney School of Practical Philosophy is pleased to announce that the Annual Sanskrit Week will be held at Mahratta in Sydney from the afternoon of 4 January until the morning of 12 January 2020.