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* Note that programmes indicated with * beside the time are for members only. This will be strictly enforced.

 

COVID-19 Precautionary Measure

All programmes are restricted to members only until further notice

Intending attendees must pre-book seats using QTix for admission - max 40 persons

 

5 September 2020 2.45 p.m. to 3.45 p.m.

Gong Meditation - A Lotus Circle Programme

Led by Kristin Lim, gong meditation is an experience for the mind and body that is accessible to all. Over the course of 45-60 minutes, we’ll incorporate simple breathing and meditation techniques that allow the sound waves of the gong to bring you into a state of deep relaxation.

Kristin Lim is a sound practitioner who believes in bringing the spirit of self-inquiry and exploration to a gong bath. She has had the privilege of training with gongmasters around the world, including Martha Collard of Red Doors Studio in Hong Kong, and Don Conreaux, one of the modern pioneers in the field. (Use a different QTix from the main programme of the day)

 

(Please arrive on time as door will be locked)

 

5 September 2020 4:30 p.m.

The Occult Life of Geoffrey Hodson - Part II

The second of a two-part Study Class on The Occult life of Geoffrey Hodson by Chong Sanne. Read the story in the August 2020 newsletter.

(N.B. The QTix booking for this programme is different from that of the earlier programme.)

 

12 September 2020 4:30 p.m.

Meditation

Tang Kwok Choon, our VP, takes a broad look at Meditation, the reasons why we meditate, the different types of meditation, and the mechanics behind the process. More importantly how to refine the outcome.

 

19 September 2020 4:30 p.m.

The Reality of the Invisible and the Actuality of the Unseen Worlds

Choong Chi Pin continues his talk on the subject from an article of the same title by Annie Besant.

….we shut out all that the mind has deduced from (its) previous observations, and narrow ourselves down to pure sensuous perception of an object, such as a face, a landscape; we mark only what the eye reports, and as far as possible add nothing to that sensation from the mind that has perceived, noted, registered, compared, so many previous similar sensations (ie, we only use our physical senses to observe an event, not the mind) - (thus) we see, as an infant sees, outline and colour, with no distance, no depth, no relations between adjoining parts, no meaning….. Now, when first the finer sense-organs of our sense-garment begin to work, they are as the eyes of the infant on the physical plane, but (while) behind them is an actively functioning mature mind, full of ideas built up out of physical-plane sensations; this content it throws into the outline supplied by the astral sense-organ, and the man "sees" an astral object; as on the physical plane, by far the greater part of the perception is mind-supplied….

 

26 September 2020 4:30 p.m.

Meditations on the Divine

A talk by our Asst. Secretary, Brandon Goh. “While the transcendent cannot be grasped by our minds, profound ideas can provide doorways to realization. We will explore the symbology of some mantras in the Upanishads, giving us glimpses of the divine.”

 

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