Face to Face Continuation Course

Enrol now!
Enrol now!


Starts: Tue, 2nd of Feb 2021

Ends: Tue, 6th of Apr 2021

Cost: $179 per person


Alfred Street, Norwood

We now are offering the Happiness continuation course face-to-face, in strict adherence with the government COVID guidelines.

When you have completed the Introductory Course, the theme of the next term is Happiness. We are all seeking happiness – how is happiness lost and how can we find it ? This course will provide you with a map to where it may be found. Enjoy the company of enquiring minds and explore what the wise have to say about happiness in this next 10 week course.

The course consists of one session per week for 10 weeks, on Tuesday evenings from 7:00pm to 9:30pm. Each session lasting 2 ½ hours with a short break in the middle. The cost for this 10-week introductory course is only $179 per person.



Parking is available on Alfred Street.

Refund Policy:

  • A full refund (for any reason) is available should you change your mind, if notification is received by the end of week 1 of the course.

  • If COVID-19 related regulations change after the course has started:

    • A partial refund will be offered or the option to defer to a later date.
    • An option to switch-over and participate online via the Zoom Meetings platform.

About the course

Philosophy is the love of wisdom. Wisdom is that knowledge which allows life to be lived in such a way that it is true and happy. It includes knowledge of one’s self and knowledge of the world in which we live. With knowledge of one’s self, we begin to know the truth about ourselves and then it is possible to play whatever part the world may present to us fully and with ease and enjoyment. Without that knowledge, there will be no certainty in life, it will not be fulfilled and our destiny will remain unrealised.


The desire for happiness is such a driving force both in individuals and for mankind itself, 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 a man or woman?
  • 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?

COVID Compliance for Face to Face Courses

We are taking a cautious approach to resuming face-to-face activities and the resumption of face-to-face courses are being run strictly and in compliance with the current state government restrictions and room capacity regulations.

Covid Safety Measures

  • Sanitation Stations are set up across the venue
  • Social Distancing and health protocols are implemented
  • Sign in/out registers should be completed for each attendee