Information Lecture: Help and Healing on the Spiritual Path through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that have been declared as “incurable” by the medical profession. The words of Bruno Groening: “There is no incurable, God is the greatest physician,” has been proven and documented by independent physicians.
All interested people are welcome.
Admission is free, donations are accepted.
The Information Lecture to the teaching and the work of Bruno Groening takes place at 2.00pm (approx. 1¼ hours).
Interested persons may then take part in the Community Hour which follows this Information Lecture at 3.30 pm (approx. 2½ hours).
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, George Fox Room (3rd Floor)
22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT
Contact: Ben: 07800 933172
7 July / 28 July
8 September / 22 September
1 December / 22 December
Book Launch: 'Shinners, Dissos and Dissenters'
Thursday 28 June 2018
Lesley Hearnshaw Theatre, ERB, L69 7ZA
The Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool, is delighted to host the book launch of 'Shinners, Dissos and Dissenters' by Dr Paddy Hoey (Senior Lecturer in Media & Politics, Edge Hill University, Liverpool, and Institute of Irish Studies Alumnus). 'Shinners, Dissos and Dissenters' is a long-term analysis of the development of Irish republican activist media since 1998 and the tumultuous years following the end of the Troubles.
Dr Hoey will introduce his book in a lecture and will sign copies during a wine reception following the lecture.
FREE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Here
About 'Shinners, Dissos and Dissenters':
Newspapers, magazines and pamphlets have always been central, almost sacred, forms of communication within Irish republican political culture. While social media is becoming the central ideological battleground in many democracies, Irish republicanism steadfastly expresses itself in the traditional forms of activist journalism.
'Shinners, Dissos and Dissenters' is a long-term analysis of the development of Irish republican activist media since 1998 and the tumultuous years following the end of the Troubles. It is the first in-depth analysis of the newspapers, magazines and online spaces in which the diverging strands of Irish republicanism developed and were articulated during a period where schism and dissent defined a return to violence.
Based on an analysis of Irish republican media outlets as well as interviews with the key activists that produced them, this book provides a compelling long-term snapshot of a political ideology in transition. It reveals how Irish Republicanism was moulded by the twin forces of the Northern Ireland Peace Process and the violent internal ideological schism that threatened a return to the ‘bad old days’ of the Troubles.
This book is vital for those studying Irish politics and those interested in activism as it provides new insights into the role that modern activist media forms have played in the ideological development of a 200-year-old political tradition.
Overcoming Anxiety - Public Talk
Thursday 5 July 2018
St George's Hall, Liverpool, L1
Join British Buddhist monk and teacher Gen Kelsang Dornying at St George’s Hall in the heart of Liverpool for a life-changing public talk on anxiety.
Anxiety and stress are increasingly common problems for people in our busy, modern world. Meditation is an effective way to deal with negative states of mind and create a sense of peace and mental freedom. Through Buddhist meditation and mindfulness techniques we learn to control our mind, rather than allowing our mind to control us. By accepting our painful feelings rather than being panicked by them, we can keep a calm mind in all situations. At this event, open to everyone, discover how to have a happy, anxiety-free life.
Cost: £10. Please book below. Booking essential as this event is expected to be very popular. (We held the same event last year and it sold out!)
Venue: St George’s Hall, Liverpool
Date/Time: July 5 2018 – 7.30-9pm
Gen Dornying is the Resident Teacher of both Kadampa Meditation Centre (KMC) Australia and KMC Melbourne and has been teaching Buddhist meditation in Australia for over 10 years. His teachings are inspiring and light-hearted, clear, accessible and applicable to modern life.
The Big Mindful Meditation™
Saturday 4 August 2018
Court Hey Park L16 3NA
Outdoors Mindful Meditation with
Mindful People Community
and Mindful Yoga Liverpool.
Tickets on sale Now.
All donations facilitate free classes in the community.
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