What we're about
Are you interested in philosophy, spirituality, comparative religion/mythology or the history of ideas not just out of fascination, but the potential to enhance well-being?
Ever wondered too how they might provide personal and transformational insights with further reaching consequences?
Meeting regularly in Perth, this group takes a historical approach to psycho-spiritual and cognitive development by promoting the re-application of ancient wisdom from the Axial Age sages and traditions, so that they can be integrated into our present and future world.
“Surely a study of this distant period can only be an exercise in spiritual archaeology, when what we need is to create a more innovative faith that reflects the realities of our own world. Yet, in fact, we have never surpassed the insights of the Axial Age. In times of spiritual or social crisis, men and woman have constantly turned back to this period for guidance.”
- The Great Transformation, 2006, Karen Armstrong (scholar of comparative religion)
“I believe only by recalling deeper sources of the present world and world view can we hope to gain the self-understanding necessary for dealing with our current dilemmas.”
"Today the Western Mind appears to be undergoing an epochal transformation, perhaps comparable to any in our civilisation's history. I believe we can participate intelligently in that transformation only to the extent to which we are historically informed.
- The Passion of the Western Mind, 1991, Richard Tarnas (cultural historian)
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