The Wisdom Within

Introductory Course Face to Face

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Starts: Tue, 9th of Feb 2021

Ends: Tue, 13th of Apr 2021

Cost: $100 per person


Adelaide Meridien Hotel
Conference Room
North Adelaide

We now are offering The Wisdom Within course face-to-face, in strict adherence with the government COVID guidelines.

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 $100.

Refreshments will be available at the venue.

In this course you will receive an introduction to the world’s great Philosophical teachings, both East and West, which have stood the test of time.

You will participate in inquiries into core questions about life and existence; experiment with exercises in mindfulness and discover how easily you can access the wisdom you already have within you.

Make the first step and join us on Tuesday 9th February 2021 to experience the power of discovering more about yourself and the world around.


Parking is available on Melbourne Street, or at Upark Car Parking with access from Dunn St and MacKinnon Pde.

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

Drawing on the great philosophic ideas of both East and West, past and present, this course explores the meaning of wisdom, truth, consciousness, the real nature of Humanity and what inhibits its development.

It is for all, regardless of education, age, race, political or religious beliefs.

The philosophy of the course is that Humanity in truth is limitless and that there is a unity underlying all the apparent diversity in our daily lives. This is known as non-dualistic philosophy.


Above all, this course is about practical philosophy. This means that the principles discussed in class can be put to effective practical use in work, study and every aspect of daily life. No previous knowledge of the subject is necessary.

Classes are conducted in a friendly and openhearted atmosphere. Philosophical principles and examples are presented to the class, and students are encouraged to discuss these in the light of their own experience and to seek further understanding of the principles by putting them into practice during the week.

Simple exercises are also given that help to strengthen attention and bring rest and clarity to the mind.

The course is offered normally twice a year and there are subsequent courses for those who wish to continue the study of this philosophy.

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