Term 2 enrolments have now closed. Enrolments for Term 3 starting July 26 now open.

Follow On Courses

On completion of the Introductory Course, you can enrol for our follow-on courses.
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Philosophy and Happiness
The desire for happiness is such a driving force that if we can understand the true nature of happiness, we have gone a long way to understanding ourselves and the nature of the world in which we live.

We consider questions such as: What is happiness? Is it natural to us? How may it be experienced fully, and how is it lost? Is it permanent or transient? What is the effect of gaining happiness at the expense of another person’s happiness?
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Philosophy and Love
We start with the proposition that love is an essential part of human nature, and an impelling force behind all actions. We explore the difference between pure and impure love.

Pure love is untainted by selfishness, unrestricted by any sense of limit. Pure love is also within oneself, and is conducive to a full, rich and inclusive life.

With pure love there is stillness, the heart is at rest. We explore the need to look beyond appearances to understand the true nature of ourselves and others.
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Philosophy and Presence of Mind
This course explores the benefits of presence of mind. With emphasis on what can be put into actual practice we examine the power of thought, decision, love, and will. 

This leads to the discovery of what being in the present has to teach us about the ease and simplicity with which events unfold when we are in tune with our innate powers of mind and heart.
Meditation
In addition to the follow-on courses students can enrol for a short course in meditation. 

The meditation is a very traditional form of mantra -based practice, which is ancient but also ideal for our contemporary Western lifestyle. Students report very significant benefits from meditating and it is a central offering of the School of Philosophy. The meditation course runs for 4 weeks online on Zoom and is attended in addition to one of the regular courses above. Following the preparatory online classes students attend a face-to-face meeting to receive the Mantra which will become the means of this system of meditation. Intake dates, and course cost will be advised.
0800 610 539
info@philosophy.nz
PO Box 8433, Symonds Street,
Auckland 1150
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