Bookings are now open for the School of Practical Philosophy's 'Meditation: Introductory Course' this September. All are welcome to join in and discover how meditation leads to a greater sense of fulfilment and satisfaction.
Meditation is regarded as the master key to full realisation and the most important factor in spiritual development. This course consists of eleven insightful sessions focusing on the practice of meditation and the reasons why one should meditate every day.
Under the guidance of the knowledgeable School of Practical Philosophy tutors, students will look at the simplicity of the meditation technique, how to overcome barriers and still an over-active mind through the use of an ancient and effective exercise and also explore the proper use of the intellect with a glance at the causal aspect of the mind and its predispositions.
The meditation is introduced with a time honoured ceremony which will take place on November 12, 2017 (Week 8) and during this ceremony a gift of money is made by the student, according to the means of each student.
Below is a week by week description of what will be discussed during the introductory course:
The weekly sessions will run from Monday 18th of September, 2017 at 7.00 pm, Bendat Community Centre 36 Dodd St, Wembley. Sessions will continue on Monday evenings at 7.00pm until Monday 27th November 2017.
Enrolment for the upcoming 'Meditation - An Introduction' is now open and it is FREE to attend. To register your interest, simply visit The School of Practical Philosophy website and complete the online Enrolment Form.
For further information on the 'Meditation - An Introduction' course or on other courses and events hosted by The School of Practical Philosophy, please visit the official website.