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Spirit Led Community for the Cultivation of Human Freedom – Parent Education

6 February, 2019 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0

Counterbalancing the persuasive influences of technology on our inner capacities, particularly those of young people. 

with Lisa Romero

Our patterns of thinking, our feelings and our will impulses are directly influenced by the community in which we grow. The foundations of both inner freedom and unfreedom are laid down through the course of childhood. With the rise of technology permeating extensively our outer lives, we are now being faced with its effects on our inner lives and its artificial influence over the development of thinking, feeling and will impulses. Technology is forming our community’s future and in doing so extending its persuasive influence into the inner capacities of its members.

We can choose to be ready as individuals, and as a collective community, with capacities—with the necessary inner strengths—to freely choose the way of life we determine to be supportive of the progression of humanity. We need to establish communities that are dedicated to human freedom; communities in which community health, child education, and social life are imbued with impulses supportive of the cultivation of individual freedom.

Please contact the school for information about the evening.

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Date:
6 February, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
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Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School
Marion Mahony Griffin Hall, 121 Edinburgh Rd
Castlecrag Campus, NSW Australia
Phone:
02 9417 3193

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