“A healthy mind in a healthy body” is often used to express the idea that a fit body leads to mental well-being. But the original meaning of the ancient Greeks was quite the opposite: only a healthy mind can lead to a healthy body.
But how do we get a healthy mind?
It all starts with our thinking-process: Change, real, sustainable change comes from within. So if we want to tackle the root of our challenges, we have to change our way of thinking.
First of all, we have to know who we are and how the thinking-process works. Once we have a better understanding of this, we have the basis upon which we can start building a harmonious life. Choices that we make based on insight in the processes of life, prevent us from creating disharmony and are a guarantee for future happiness. For ourselves and for others.
Who are we?
What is thinking?
What are thoughts?
How can we direct them?
These and other questions will be discussed in a short presentation after which we would like to exchange thoughts on topics we deal with in daily life that make us wonder.
Why do so many people get a burnout these days?
How can someone be perfectly happy and another be depressed while both are living under the same circumstances?
How can we contribute to a more harmonious world?
Curious? Come to our interactive talk on February 4th at the Feel at Home Fair!
TIME: 12:45 – 13:15
LOCATION: MEETING ROOM UPSTAIRS
This interactive talk is an introduction to a philosophy of life, which offers you the possibility to find solutions yourself to the many challenges of life. Challenges on a personal level, but also on a societal level.
The knowledge that is presented is based on the universal wisdom or Theosophia. The common source of wisdom for all the Teachers of mankind like Plato, Pythagoras, Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed, Krishna and many others.
If you would like to find out more about us beforehand, visit our website: www.blavatskyhouse.org
This is just one of an informative series of Free Workshops available to all visitors to The Feel at Home Fair on 4 February 2018. The full programme will be published shortly. In the meantime you can register for up to 4 tickets for free entrance to the Fair, using the Free Ticket tab below: