Finding Inspiration - Beyond Fear, Doubt and Hatred
An online gathering with presentations, conversation and plenum hosted by the Anthroposophical Society in Ireland
We are acutely aware that meeting together for large conferences or events or has not been possible over the last year. This has meant changing many plans that we had made as a Society. Nevertheless the impulse has grown to find a way of considering the current situation together, in its manifestation on us as much as the entire world.
Whatever your perspective on its background or cause, one effect of the current Covid situation is that of bringing people to the threshold, spiritually. In such situations, we meet very specific aspects of ourselves and others which we are challenged to recognise and overcome – especially in the guise of Fear, Doubt and Hatred.
While very aware of the technology we will need to use as a medium for such an attempt – a first for us– the hope for this conversation space is to see what can be brought as remedy for these manifestations, so that the threshold can be met and recognised.
Participation is welcome as an individual or a household group - please choose whichever ticket option suits you.
Sunday, 28 February 2021
Your ticket enables you to join the online discussion. To respect others both during the presentations and in the online discussion, we ask that if possible you arrange to be in a quiet space, away from noise, distractions or interruptions.
For those that need it, there will be a trial check in at 1pm where we hope ant technical issues you have with Zoom can be resolved.
The waiting room for the meeting opens at 1.50pm, and we ask you to join so that we can let people in and begin promptly at 2pm.
Image above, detail from “We must go into the darkness in order to generate our own light", Helen Comerford
Encaustic painting on linen canvas, 100x100cms