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      School of Economic Science, St Albans

      Practical Philosophy and Mindfulness

      School of Economic Science, St Albans
      In St Albans

      £90
      VAT exempt
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      Important information

      Typology Short course
      Level Beginner
      Location St albans
      Class hours 2h
      Duration 10 Weeks
      • Short course
      • Beginner
      • St albans
      • 2h
      • Duration:
        10 Weeks
      Description

      Let your daily life become a journey of self-discovery
      Come to our next free open evening to meet the tutors, existing students and to find out more.
      The Practical Philosophy course brings together people from all walks of life to explore ideas and principles from some of the world's great philosophical teachings, eastern as well as western.
      But this is just the start. The course of ten weekly evening classes is designed to help you grow as a human being.
      By developing greater mindfulness and awareness, learning to access your own inner wisdom and applying relevant insights and practices into your daily life, you should find philosophy starts to make a real difference. Life becomes a little more peaceful, contented and harmonious. You may even feel closer to understanding that most important of philosophical questions, "who am I?".
      This FREE open evening includes a taster session to give you a chance to experience how the classes work, as well as to meet the tutors and fellow students.
      The course itself starts the following week - 22 September. Please contact us for full details.

      Facilities (1)
      Where and when
      Starts Location
      On request
      St Albans
      Upper Lattimore Road, al13ud, Hertfordshire, England
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      Starts On request
      Location
      St Albans
      Upper Lattimore Road, al13ud, Hertfordshire, England
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      To take into account

      · What are the objectives of this course?

      Development of mindfulness and self-awareness, as a means of developing greater understanding and insights into who you are and your relationship with others and the universe.

      · Who is it intended for?

      People from all walks of life, of all ages from 16 upwards.

      · Requirements

      The approach is practical, not academic (and no exams!). Each weekly meeting provides you with a ‘practice for the week’, designed to consolidate the classroom learning and to help you to incorporate insights into your daily life. No previous experience of philosophy is needed - just an open mind.

      · What happens after requesting information?

      Register online at our website. We will then send you an email with all the details you need about the course, venue, timings etc. Come to the Free open evening if you can. Otherwise simply come along on the first evening to enrol.

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Mindfulness
      Attention
      Relaxation
      Awareness
      Meditation
      Consciousness
      Stillness
      Wisdom
      Philosophy
      Concentration

      Teachers and trainers (1)

      Nigel Pate
      Nigel Pate
      Course director

      Course programme

      The Practical Philosophy course brings together people from all walks of life to discuss ideas and principles from some of the world's great philosophical teachings, eastern as well as western.

      But this is just the start. The course of ten weekly evening classes is designed to help you grow as a human being.

      By developing greater mindfulness and awareness, learning to access your own inner wisdom and applying relevant insights and practices into your daily life, you should find philosophy starts to make a real difference. Life becomes a little more peaceful, contented and harmonious. You may even feel closer to understanding that most important of philosophical questions, "who am I?".

      The approach is practical, not academic (and no exams!). Each weekly meeting provides you with a ‘practice for the week’, designed to consolidate the classroom learning and to help you to incorporate insights into your daily life. No previous experience of philosophy is needed - just an open mind.

      Additional information

      Register at www.PhilosophyInStAlbans.org for more details

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