Winter Open House
Join us on Saturday, January 11th from 10am - 1pm to learn about our 10 week Introduction to Practical Philosophy Course. Learn more.
Registration is open for our Winter Courses

Welcome to the School of Practical Philosophy

Winter Program 2020

Winter courses start the week of January 13, 2020

Philosophy Works!

Philosophy & Happiness

The Way of Devotion

The Law of Three

M Level: The Way of Devotion & Advaita

S Level Philosophy

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Upcoming events 

Winter Open House

Please join us to learn more about our 10-week introductory Practical Philosophy course.

Saturday January 11, 2020, 10am – 1pm

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Refine your thinking, open your mind 

Practical Philosophy

Practical Philosophy is the use of philosophy and philosophical techniques in everyday life.  By putting Eastern and Western philosophical principles into practice, students experience the value of self-knowledge and the true nature of happiness.

"The main reason I joined the course was to see if I could learn to relax, as there was always some part of me that was tense and ready for action, whether I was reading a book, writing a letter, talking to a friend or just sitting in a room. I am now learning to dispel the stress and am learning to relax my mind and body, instead of living the flight or fight phase that I have lived with all my life."

Practical Philosophy is for those who want to:

Broaden  their perspective to experience life more deeply;

Expand the meaning and understanding of their own life;

Explore Eastern and Western Philosophies;

Discover wisdom and freedom in the present moment;

Connect with a spiritual community of like-minded individuals.

 


Bloggers’ corner 

Ancient Wisdom in a Twitter World    

Whenever someone talks about something that they really love, that person often expresses their ideas with raw passion. The listener sees the brightness of the Self shining through the presenter’s eyes, hears the warmth of the Self in every word said, and feels the unity of the Self in that moment. Read more


 

”Oh lovers, where are you going? Who are you looking for? Your beloved is right here” Rumi

 

 

 

 

 

"The main reason I joined the course was to see if I could learn to relax, as there was always some part of me that was tense and ready for action, whether I was reading a book, writing a letter, talking to a friend or just sitting in a room. I am now learning to dispel the stress and am learning to relax my mind and body, instead of living the flight or fight phase that I have lived with all my life."