An introduction to module MS 401
Winter Term: 4 Saturdays from 23 January
Saturdays: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Course Fee: £25 each day
Tutor: Jaap Westerbos, BA
This course has been developed to offer an insight into:
- Spirituality and the New Age movement
- the history and development of Spirituality
- what it can mean to call yourself a spiritual person today
- the Beliefs and Practices of New Age.
The course is ideal for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding what spirituality means in a world of secularisation and how it possibly has marginalised religion but can lead to a deeper, experiential and personal understanding of religion. Spirituality can for example be seen as a specific expression of being religious but also as a way to experience the overlapping ‘essence’ of all religions.
January 23 Spirituality as an individual reaction on loss of connection with organised religion or loss of faith, Spirituality as a way of living
January 30 Spirituality as a modern expression of Perennial Wisdom next to organised religion, being the essence of all religions.
February 6 The roots, development, beliefs and practices of the New Age Movement.
February 20 Spirituality as developmental model to higher levels of individual
SATURDAYS: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Full Course Fee: £100
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