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Practical Philosophy Introductory Course - Brinscall Hall

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Nr Chorley

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Do you wonder what life is about? Are you trying to understand the world and your place in it? Do you want to achieve your full potential?

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Do you wonder what life is about?     Are you trying to understand the world and your place in it?  

Do you want to achieve your full potential? Are you prepared for a challenge?

If so, then the best place to start is with what the great teachers from the East and West have been saying for thousands of years.

A Practical Philosophy Course will give you the tools to begin the great work of self-understanding.

It will give you the opportunity to understand for yourself what Plato, Buddha, Krishna and Christ and many others knew, and to apply that knowledge in your everyday life.

Introductory ten-week course starting on Wednesday 19th January 2022

The afternoons commence at 2.00pm and finish at 4.15 pm.

The course fee is £30 or, if you are a full-time student it is free.

The course is held at our retreat centre, Brinscall Hall, a Victorian country house with beautiful gardens.

For further details visit:  www.practicalphilosophy.co.uk


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PR6 8QL

United Kingdom

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The School has established branches all over England, including the North West, and in many other countries around the world.

The content and direction of the studies and practices in the School are now overseen by Donald Lambie, who took over the leadership when Leon MacLaren died in 1994.

The School is a registered educational charity, and the tutoring, administration and servicing of the Philosophy group evenings is done by volunteers who are themselves students in the School.

Fees paid by students provide the main contribution towards the general costs of running the organisation and providing and maintaining its buildings.

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