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Spiritual Healing by the South Australian Spiritual Healers association

 Spiritual Healing sessions between 12.15 pm – 2.15 pm in Room 4 SASHA (South Australian Spiritual Healers Association Inc.) Spiritual Healing is an ancient method of healing which involves the transfer of healing energy of Love and Light. This energy has its origin in the one Universal Life-Spirit. Healers can consciously attune to this spiritual […]

Nancy Inkster – Buddhist meditation

  ‘Buddhist Mediation’ by Nancy Inkster at 2.45 pm  Upper hall Nancy Inkster has been a theosophist for over 15 years and has run ‘Introduction to Meditation’ courses here at the Theosophical Society.  In them she has clarified what meditation is from a theosophical perspective and has helped people to explore different traditions in order […]

Carol Asher – Mary Magdalene Mysteries

    Carol Asher  Lower Hall 1:45pm   Carol first trip to The South of France twenty years ago changed her life – she connected with the living presence of Mary Magdalene in the land, which started her quest and journey to find out more. Like most people on the planet today she used to […]

Joy Nugent – Founder of Soul Talk and local author of 3 books

  Lower Hall at 12:15pm   Joy Nugent has spent three decades at the bedside of people who were dying. She was the Managing Director of Private Palliative Care Services Pty Ltd which traded as NurseLink. She pioneered a private nurse practice as well as being the co-founder of the Mary Potter Foundation, Founder of […]

Shirley Ingham ‘An Introduction to The Mahatma Letters’ at 1.00 pm Room 4

     An Introduction to The Mahatma Letters to A.P Sinnett – is a discussion on a primary source of Theosophical teachings – in which the letters from two adepts (Masters) to two members of the Theosophical Society in India are contemplated. The letters provide the history and importantly the Objects of the Society. Shirley […]

Neville Hyde – ‘Gnosticism and the Transfiguration of the Soul’

‘Gnosticism and the Transfiguration of the Soul’  1.00 pm  Lower Hall . What is Gnosticism? Neville Hyde explains: The word ‘gnosis’ is Greek, and means ‘knowledge’. In modern English, it has come to mean ‘directly perceived inner spiritual knowledge’, perceived by the faculties of the awakened soul consciousness. Many are experiencing this now, as we […]

Annie Harvey – Mindfulness and Laughing Yoga

Annie Harvey    “Mindfulness and Laughing Yoga”   1.45 pm – 2.15 pm Upper Hall Before emigrating to Australia 12 years ago, Annie was a marketing manager for a number of large companies. She then trained in Adelaide as a primary teacher and went on to own her own children’s tutoring business. Now a wellness coach, motivational […]

Neville Lawrence – Gone Fission

“Gone Fission” by Neville Lawrence     2.45 pm – 3.15 pm in the library Neville Lawrence will talk about the lack of scientific concepts and explore whether we, as a community, are able to make important energy decisions for the future. His talk will include a discussion of energy alternatives and some of the positive […]

Margaret Sullivan – Introduction to AVATAR

‘Introduction to Avatar’ with Margaret Sullivan  3.30 pm in the library Avatar is a course that teaches people skills for living deliberately. Created by Harry Palmer in 1986, it is now taught in over 60 countries worldwide. Margaret is a retired Physiotherapist who now teaches Tai Chi for Health. All her life she has been […]