"When I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."
(Carl Rogers)


Modern Zen

The Taoist view recognises that opposing sides transform into each other. Finding peace with impermanence is a gateway to the unchanging, to the Absolute. Wu Wei is the art of awareness, a way of being and living in harmony with what is.

The literal translation of Wu Wei is 'without action', acting in a non-forcing, hardly noticeable, subtle way. Yugen is the visceral experience of sensing this all-pervading mystery.

Wu Wei practice is to recognise the feelings and needs behind statements, questions and actions. How do I feel, what do I feel, what am I experiencing right now? The meetings are an opportunity to learn about yourself, connect with others and discover deeper layers of kindness, joy and peace within.


Sundays, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
ZOOM LINK:  https://tinyurl.com/y2q9yykd
(Australia Sydney, Melbourne time)

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Awareness Play
Garden in the Hills
Contemplations
Carl Jung
Dreams
Tao
Wu Wei
Zen
David Whyte
Daniel Dennett
Serene Forest
George Carlin
Total Honesty

Family Constellations
The Dazzling Dark
Silence
Hints
Buddha
Psychodrama
MaPs
Effectiveness
Carlos Castaneda
Mystic Journey
Satsang
G. I. Gurdjieff
Theatre Unconscious


Consciousness Cafe
Nisargadatta Maharaj
Annette Nibley
MaurieG
TimeSurfer
Paul Lowe
Bioenergetics
Gestalt
Transactional Analysis
Radical Honesty
Humanistic Psychology
Encounter
Psychodynamics



"Between what is said and not meant,
and what is meant and not said,  most of love is lost."
(Khalil Gibrane)







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