Practical Philosophy in Slough

ATR Installation Ltd
In Slough

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Important information

Typology Short course
Level Beginner
Location Slough
Class hours 2h
Duration 10 Days
  • Short course
  • Beginner
  • Slough
  • 2h
  • Duration:
    10 Days

This course of 10 Thursday evenings has the aim of helping anyone who seeks to lead a fully, richer and more useful life, and to evolve the spiritual aspect of their being in accordance with natural laws.

The key reference point is that the most powerful of teachers is our own experience. Sessions are designed to help course participants see for themselves, without a text book in sight, the underlying philosophical principals evident in their own daily lives.

A clearer view of such principles can help anyone who genuinely wishes it to lead a richer, less stressful, more centred life.

More information is available on our web site, and the course is also available in Caversham on Wednesday mornings and evenings, as well as Maidenhead on Tuesday evenings.


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
74 Ragstone Road, SL1 2PX, Berkshire, England
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Starts On request
74 Ragstone Road, SL1 2PX, Berkshire, England
See map

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

A better understanding of wisdom and how to achieve a quiet mind.

· Who is it intended for?


· Requirements

No previous knowledge required but an inquiring mind is helpful.

· What marks this course apart?

A opportunity to talk of things rarely discussed in everyday life.

· What happens after requesting information?

You receive an email answers to your questions and can be told the start date. We have 3 terms starting late September, January and May.

What you'll learn on the course

Self knowledge
Decision Making
Listening Skills
How to act
Spiritual Principles

Teachers and trainers (1)

Stephen Silver
Stephen Silver

Course programme

In the Introductory Course each week the subject revolves around wisdom and how to be wiser.

Are calmness and clarity our birthright? If they are, why can't we avail them more often? How easy is it to feel calm when you car is clamped, it's raining and you want to go home? These are the types of questions that can open up one's thinking.

There are quotes from Socretes, Shakespeare, Zen, The Upanishads, The Bible, Confucius etc to enter into lively debate about.

There is a handout at the end of the evening with ideas to practice during the week. So that you can discuss the results the following week.

Additional information

This tutor led course leads to lively discussion, and frequently alters the way that you look at life to a more positive view.

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