Offered by The School of Practical Philosophy
There is an ancient saying: May all be happy, may all be without disease, may all have well-being and none be in misery of any sort.
Like the verse, this course encourages people to find the happiness that exists inside themselves, dissolves conflict and creates harmony and health. The aim of philosophy is happiness.
The School of Practical Philosophy’s courses assist students in realizing their full potential and are open to anyone curious about self-discovery, increased mindfulness, greater awareness and insight into their true nature.
The program is arranged in four levels, starting with Philosophy Works, followed by Foundation Courses, Continuing Philosophy and Advanced Courses. Philosophy and Happiness is one of the Foundation Courses. The 10-week introductory course Philosophy Works is a prerequisite.
Note: For this Winter term the fee for Philosophy Works – Introductory course and Philosophy 2 – Happiness is waived as a gift to the community.
Sat, Jan 18, 2020
10:00 AM – 12:15 PM
291 Main Street, Beacon, NY
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