Course Code: C0058-1.16
This course is the first in a planned series of courses which will treat the long lineage of teachers and teachings of the Ageless Wisdom from Hermes through to the twentieth century.
The history we have been taught is mostly a smokescreen of what the true history of humanity and our civilisations has been about: the continual evolution of our awareness. That true history is the story of the teachers of the Ageless Wisdom, whose teachings are still very relevant to each and every one of us in our lives.
This first course will deal with the lives and teachings of Hermes Trismegistus, the first great master of this era, Zarathushtra/Zoroaster and Krishna.
This course is a face to face presentation with video footage available online within 24 hours of each live presentation. The online video of each presentation is available to ALL students who are enrolled for the course.
The Course Will:
- Provide information on the lives and teachings of Hermes, Zarathushtra and Krishna
- Allow participants to appreciate the ancient sources of the Way of the Livingness we follow now. Though the energies of the ages may change and hence our adjustments to it, the wisdom remains the same.
- Present participants with opportunities to directly engage with and ponder on the teachings of the ancient texts of Hermes, Zarathushtra and Krishna
- Encourage participants to relate what they have been reading and pondering on in the lives of the three masters and their teachings to their own everyday lives and livingness
6 x Friday presentations which will be available as online videos one week after face to face presentation.
Open to everyone
Duration: 6 Video Presentations at approx. 2 hours each
Delivery Mode: Online
Cost: AUD $120 & $10 for cost of scanned text material
This Course is presented and facilitated by:
Professor William Foley Professor of Linguistics
Professor Willliam Folley gradutated BA Brown University, USA and MA, PhD University of California, Berkeley, USA. Professor Foley has held teaching and research positions at University level since 1976, Australian National University 1976-1988 and University of Sydney since 1988. Professor Foley is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities since 1988.