- March 29, 2017 - May 31, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wednesdays, 7–8:30 PM (March 29–May 31)
To be active in our modern cultures, we need to work well with knowledge. This practice-oriented course helps us to contact the roots of our knowledge, explore the thought process experientially, and improve our thinking by involving our senses. We learn how to think productively and creatively and learn readily through experience. With the aid of innovative interpersonal exercises, we discover forms of meditative concentration that fully engage our mental resources and allow knowledge to illuminate all we do.
Cost: $200, which includes the “Resolving Problems” workshop on May 13. Instructors: Barr Rosenberg and Santosh Philip. Readings drawn from unpublished materials by Barr Rosenberg. Open to all levels of students.