Our unique programme of studies commences with the Living Philosophy Course. This course is structured into weekly sessions, which complement one the other. This course is a call to join a journey of discovery and experience of the more profound esoteric concepts of self, nature and humanity. The different topics are arranged under three headings: Ethics, Socio-politics and Philosophy of History.
FIRST LEVEL STUDIES – Living Philosophy Course:
ETHICS – Understanding ourselves
Ethics develops the principles of conduct and the impact of individuals on their environment. Ethics examines how atemporal concepts can be applicable to our current different life situations.
SOCIO-POLITICS – Living in harmony with others
Socio-politics looks into our relationships in society, as individuals and as a group. Socio-politics examines the principles to create harmonious communities where everyone can flourish.
PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY – Being part of something greater
We are all part of history, and at the same time, we all contribute to making history. Philosophy of History seeks wisdom in the study of the past and how to apply lessons of history to the present.
Will be offered upon successful completion of the introductory first level course.
PSYCHOLOGY: A synthesis of the ancient knowledge about psychology held by the ancient civilisations, gathered from the broad spectrum of philosophy.
The course of Psychology examines how the human psyche influences almost every individual and collective decision we make. This course is a practical and theoretical exploration of our psyche and its faculties: consciousness, attention, memory, imagination, habits, will, and more. The keynotes of this course are to help us develop our potential and learn to exercise self-development.
EASTERN AND WESTERN WISDOM: Compendium of subjects revolving around the universe, life and the human being, approached from the traditions of the wisdom of East and West, and their implications for the postulates of current science.
This course running alongside Psychology permits us to examine life’s most critical questions and approach them from East and West’s wisdom traditions. We explore concepts such as the enigma of the divine, the universe’s structure, the evolution of human consciousness, the comparative study of religions and schools of perennial philosophy throughout the ages and more.
APPLIED PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS: An overview of timeless wisdom and how it can be applied in the here and now and help us find solutions to our individual and collective challenges.
SYMBOLOGY OF ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS: This course provides a broad view of the myths and sacred symbols of ancient religions and civilisations, such as Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, China, Japan, Mayas, Incas, Aztecs, and more.
A further level of this course examines the symbolism of minerals, plants, animals and sacred architecture.
This course aims to gain a pathway towards the symbolic dimension and enable the symbolic language gradually to become a bridge to perceive the intelligible world.
ORATORY: A way to recover the art of public speaking – effective communication through oral expression.
LATER SUBJECTS IN THE PROGRAMME:
Moral philosophy, SocioPolitics 2, History of Philosophy 2, History of Religions, Anthropogenesis, Cosmogenesis, Astrology, Philosophy of Science, Metaphysical Aesthetics, and much more.