Living Philosophy Course

These are challenging hard times that can somehow feel scary, and it is difficult to know what or who to trust and follow. However, ancient civilisations both from East and West thought us that we have a vast united inheritance of wisdom that we can count on to provide us self-awareness, values, inner strength, independence and confidence.

Is it possible to live by the wisdom of the ancient masters in our everyday life?

The course provides a glimpse into the sources of wisdom with a comparative study of Classical philosophies across ancient cultures and civilisations. Through the classes, we unfold the path of philosophy from Knowledge to Wisdom and from Learning to Living, as we uncover the mysteries of human consciousness and development.

This unique program of Living Philosophy Course is structured into 16 weekly sessions, which complement one the other. It is an opportunity to join a journey to discover and experience the more profound esoteric concepts of self, nature and humanity.

New Acropolis is an evolving philosophical community of like-minded people that foster an active and practical approach to Living Philosophy with an acute awareness of the world around us.

Course Fees:
$260 in total.

Can be divided up to four equal instalments.

Introductory Class: 25.06.20, Thursday, 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
First Class: 02.07.20, Thursday, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Living Philosophy: Discover – Awaken – Transform

Course Syllabus – 16 Sessions
PART 1: ETHICS
1. Know Thyself

Living Philosophy – Need for Inner Change
Ethics and Moral
Themes from Greek and Indian Philosophies

2. The Great Inner Warrior
Who am I? Two faces of the Self
The Path of Karma Yoga

The Internal Battle of the Kshatriya
Themes from The Bhagavad Gita

3. Buddha and the Path to Liberation
Lessons from Buddha’s life
Process of Self-Transformation
The Middle Path and the Four Noble Truths

4. Hearing the Voice of the Silence
The symbolism of the Tibetan Vajrayana Tradition
Themes from The Voice of the Silence

5. Awakening the Soul: Practical tools from the Ancient World
Aristotle’s Secret towards Happiness
Arete – The Meaning of Life
Rediscovering the Mysticism of Plotinus
Three Paths to the Divine: The Artist, The Lover, The Metaphysician

6. Inner Order and The Search for Purpose
Embodying Justice in Ancient Egypt
The Confucian Ideal of Harmony
The Political and Philosophical Ideal

PART 2: SOCIO – POLITICS
7. Have a say – The challenges of modern society

From Individual to Society
The Role and Importance of True Leadership
Hierarchy – Natural vs Modern

8. Seminar of Practical Exercises

9. The Allegory of the Cave
The Socratic Way of Thinking – Maieutic Approach
The Allegory of the Cave by Plato
The Theory of Education by Plato

The Allegory of the Metals by Plato

10. The need for Social Justice
The Politeia (Republic) by Plato – Models of Governance
The Triumphs and Challenges of Democracy
The Meso-Cosmos as an Organised Environment

11. Worldview Transformations
What brought us to this point?
The Citizen of the World
Great Stoic principles for Modern Living

From the Middle Ages to Renaissance

PART 3: PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
12. The Path of Initiation

The last School of Mystery by Pythagoras
Traditional Education and Tribal, Mystical and Magical Initiation
The sacred chain of masters and disciples

13. The Voyage of Time – From Myth to History and back
Reliability of History over time
From chronological Time to Sacred Dreamtime
Hidden Truths in Mythology

14. When History Repeats Itself
The natural Law of periodicity
The Evolution of Consciousness and The Return of the Myth
Cycles of Time: Hindu Yugas and Plato’s Great Year
History as a Creator of Self and Collective Consciousness

15. Esoteric Development of Consciousness
The Universal laws of Nature – Dharma and Karma
The Esoteric Development of Consciousness
The Myth of Prometheus
Consciousness and the Discipular Path

16. The Spiral Path – Summary
Where do we go from here?

Summary

  • Living Philosophy Course

    Living Philosophy Course

    This unique program of Living Philosophy Course is structured into 16 weekly sessions, which complement one the other. It is an opportunity to join a journey to discover and experience the more profound esoteric concepts of self, nature and humanity.

    Introductory Class:
    25.06.20, Thursday, 7:30 pm 

    First Class:
    02.07.20, Thursday, 7:30 pm 

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