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Dare to Know Yourself - Free Online Class

Time: 07:30pm  to 09:00pm
Date: Tuesday 22 June 2021

Location: Online Event, ,  - 
Questions? Call us at 647-317-1416 or email us: toronto@newacropolis.ca

Dare to Discover (Zoom Version)

Free Online Class to our Applied Philosophy for Living Course!

Today, society puts a lot of value on having more and doing more. Despite having more and doing more, are we happier, more fulfilled? Are we more calm and stable in the face of the uncertainties of life? In our fast-paced modern times and current crisis, it is more urgent than ever for us to pause and ask ourselves one of the most fundamental questions from the beginning of time:
"Who Am I?  What is the Human Being?"
The answer to this question is paramount as it determines how we see ourselves and others, how we think and feel, how we face the challenges of life, the choices we make and ultimately the destiny of our life.
Join us for a FREE online class to Learn to Know Yourself - explore, discover and reflect on the timeless and universal vision of the Human Being shared by Eastern and Western philosophies for thousands of years. 
Reserve today - limited spots!
Note: This first class is part of a 15-week Applied Philosophy for Living course which starts on Tuesday, June 22.  At the end of the class, we will provide you more information on the 15-week course which will continue every Tuesday.
Notes:
  • Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite.
  • This Eventbrite email confirmation will have some important points about the class and also include the Zoom link for the presentation.
 
 

It is natural to question oneself about the future of the human being and society. To help you reflect, we are offering a free introductory workshop to our Applied Philosophy Course. 

Our course is a journey of discovery into the wisdom traditions of humanity from the East and West. Join us to learn not only how to think more deeply about some of the most fundamental questions of life, but also how to acquire practical tools that impact and enrich our everyday life, in all its aspects.

 

These ancient philosophies are a source of inspiration to deal with the great issues of the human being, as well as with today's personal and collective challenges.

The workshops are organized according to three fundamental themes to help us navigate through life.

The first theme is concerned with the human being: Who am I? How can I develop myself despite my inner obstacles?

The second theme is concerned with the relationship between human beings and society: How can we live together in harmony?

The third theme focuses on the path of the individual and humanity across history: Where do we come from and where are we going? What future do we want to build together?

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