Study Circle

Greek philosopher Aristotle famously remarked that “knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom”.  A Journey of  Self Discovery is a group discussion style gathering, where we share our individual thoughts and experiences about various topics related to ourselves.

It’s often the case that when we are going through a particular situation in life, our friends have already gone through it before us. In this manner the best part about the discussion groups is that we get to learn from each other and grow as individuals.

Every month we select a broad topic as a discussion starter. Everyone is encouraged to keep an open mind and  respect for each other’s personal opinion. As such, this makes a very friendly environment where people do not have to be shy about opening up.

Currently classes are running on Friday evenings from 8 to 9pm at the Glenwood Neighbourhood Centre, Glenwood, NSW.

Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity!

Reports

Fri 3rd June 8-9pm Over the past four weeks, we’ve had interesting discussions around the law of attraction. The group valued the discussion and could see a lot of relevance with what the hindu scriptures teach. Of particular note, the discussion around Karma v Law of Interaction was a hot debate! Are we governed by…

Friday – 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th May 8-9pm We watched a short segment from ‘The Secret’, a movie based on a book by Rhonda Byrne on the Laws of Attraction and also discussed how practical it is to apply ‘The Secret’ in our daily lives. One thing everyone agreed was that, this film encourages…

Friday 22nd and 29th April 8-9pm Topic for Discussion: The Laws of Attraction There are those in this world, who seem to always get what they want. Whether it is on the social scene or in the corporate world, people naturally gravitate towards them. What makes someone so special? How and why are people either…

Week 6 and 7 Fri 8th and 15th  April 2016 Topic for Discussion: Inner freedom vs External freedom A man may be in jail, trapped by the confines of metal bars, but in thought, he may be completely free. Conversely, a man may be free to roam the streets, but may be entirely trapped by…