March 2012 Noosa

posted 29 Feb 2012, 16:38 by Sunshine Coast Lodge Theosophical Society Australia   [ updated 17 Apr 2012, 16:07 ]
Noosa meetings are held on Fridays from 7.00 pm at the CWA Hall, 123 Poinciana Ave, Tewantin. A gold coin donation is appreciated. All are welcome to attend these public meetings. Please phone Ailza on (07) 5470-2656 for more information.
Friday 2 March, 2012
Dale Martin: Attachment Disorders
Relationships with Self, God and others, substance abuse and child rearing practices. Dale is a psychologist and Buddhist psychotherapist. “You can’t be nobody, unless you’re someone first”.
Friday 9 March, 2012
Dialogue Night: The Quest for Enlightenment through Self-Realisation
Exploring the topic in an open dialogue, by sharing our own experiences, and opening from the heart. This is not about how much you know, or what you have read, but about what you personally have gained from your own personal journey. Facilitated by Dan St George
Friday 9 - Sunday 11 March, 2012
Silent Meditation Retreat at Springbrook
Hosted by Brisbane Lodge, cost is $90 per person. Run by Noel Bertelle. See flyer for more details.
Friday 16 March, 2012
Tony Petcopoulos: Appreciation - the Key to Health, Happiness and Wisdom
The psychological and spiritual impact of having an attitude of gratitude.
Friday 23 March, 2012
Shared Dinner: Autumnal Equinox Celebration
The first of our series of dinners. Moving from the light into the dark, time to reflect and meditate and give thanks to the bounty of Nature. Bring a plate of autumn seasonal food (vegetarian) and a special thought to share in our circle. Wear your autumn colours and help us celebrate the equinox and give thanks for what has brought us together here and now.
Friday 30 March, 2012
Terry Bishop: An Integral View of Awakening at the End of Days
Exploring the universal change process that has shaped human history and considering its modern-day expression, including apocalypse theories, structural collapses, environmental issues and social media technology. Modern life conditions are a catalyst for the emergence of a more awakened consciousness to meet the complexity of these larger challenges. Understanding this emergence can help us to encourage it, to bring it forward so that we might better meet our sustainability obligations to all future generations. Based on the work of Ken Wilber (philosophy), Clare Graves (change process), Suzanne Cook-Greuter (self development), Nassim Haramein (physics) and Jed McKenna (awakening).