The events page contains all future and past event details. Unless indicated, online events are free of charge. Contact the Swedenborg Centre for other info.
If dialling in to any Zoom sessions for audio-only e.g. using your phone: - enter the meeting ID ( then # ) - for Participant ID just enter # - for the passcode, enter the four digits provided by us ( followed by # )
When: Friday 6th November 2020, 11am and 2pm and 7pm
What: insights from working with Dr Philip Groves (click here to join Zoom meeting)Where: In your own home, using Zoom (beamed from the Swedenborg Centre)
When: Tuesday 16th November 2020, starting 2pm and 6pm
What: Swedenborg Centre Open Discussion (click here to join Zoom meeting)Where: In your own home, using Zoom (beamed from the Swedenborg Centre)
(above) Kintsukuroi: Japanese art & philosophy of mending broken things with gold - healing what was broken is what makes it more valuable and beautiful When: Saturday 17th October 2020, 10am-noon What: celebrate and explore Swedenborg's life, ideas, writings (click here to join Zoom meeting)Where: In your own home, using Zoom (beamed from the Swedenborg Centre)
The events page has more events and details. Click event titles below to open fliers.
Contact convenor for other Melbourne event details (see events page for convenor details).
To read the article about 'Swedenborg, Afterlife Eyewitness' click here.
"Swedenborg was one of the world's great geniuses. With his rare intellect and deep spiritual insight he has much to contribute to our modern life"
Dr Norman Vincent Peale, The Power of Positive Thinking
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Meetings of spiritual interest.
Empowering practices. (more ideas here)
Connect with like minds.
Wisdom to enhance lives.
SEPTEMBER CANDELA AVAILABLE
The September 2020 edition of the Candela is available - follow the links in the Candela section below of this column.
UPDATED SWEDENBORG 'ROADMAP' AVAILABLE! - FREE DOWNLOAD
There is a brandnew Swedenborg Roadmap available to read (or download, etc) which has been updated with all sorts of goodies on Swedenborg, including a reader's guide to his books with outline summaries, key Swedenborg concepts, clickable links to key references (you can even click any Table of Contents item to go directly to the relevant page). Which is a great improvement on the old edition. Thanks to many people who have made this useful update possible. Click here to access it ( or follow the menu above to EVENTS, FREE STUFF --> Free Audio... --> Brochures introducing practices... --> Presenting Swedenborg A Roadmap ). Printed copies are $10 plus postage. Enjoy!
COME TO VISIT THE CENTRE OR CONNECT TO EVENTS ONLINE
Most of our online activities have been well attended and therefore will continue, even thought the Swedenborg Centre is open for visitors. For event details, see the column on the left. To connect to online events, please request a Zoom link to be emailed or texted to you for the event you wish to participate in (my email address is shown under each online event). Zoom is an online connection platform that is very easy to use and familiar to most people (let us know if you need help setting up or connecting with Zoom).
CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY (TO INVITE DISCUSSION)
The latest 'installation' at the Centre is receiving a lot of attention. The previous installation of the Tree of World Religions from The 40 Foundation has come off our wall, replaced by the Cognitive Biases Codex, which is an excellent conversation starter. How well do we really know ourselves? Why would we want to examine ourselves, and how? We've gone from a 'tree' display to a 'thinking-feeling' map, which seems apt, since a tree signifies perception (AE828) and our organ of perception is the brain. Click on the images below to see either of these displays close-up:
For an explanation of the biases listed in the codex, see here.
We have just upgraded to NBN. Yay!! It's super fast. Thanks to some fabulous teamwork and service (plus a great package) from Aussie Broadband. If you're thinking of changing providers, let us know if you would like a referral from us. Aussie BB have been good to us.
We are planning to change the website before end of October 2020, so keep your eye out for improvements and changes around then.
VIEW FILMED EVENTS
You can watch videos of some past SAA Roseville events on Facebook here.
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SEPTEMBER CANDELA EDITION AVAILABLE
We're currently seeking submissions for the next issue of Candela. If you have an article, letter, question, news, quote, poem, or idea, please let us know (the editor's contact details are on the front page of the latest magazine). Previous Candela editions can be found on the CANDELA MAGAZINE page. Thanks to all contributors. Enjoy!
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