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London Events (arranged so far)

Open Discussions 2022

              

Saturday 30th July - An Afternoon Meeting with Tony

Time: 2 - 5pm. Venue: ​Colet House, 151 Talgarth Road,
London W14 9DA

Book tickets on this page or pay on arrival at the door

 

Saturday and Sunday 15th/16th October a non-residential Weekend at Pax Lodge, Olave Centre, Lyndhurst Road, London NW3 5PQ

Further details & Registration on this page

Munich 

  Weekend Meetings 

Friday 4th to Sunday 6th November, 2022

Weekend meetings are as follows:  

                          

Friday 8pm-9.30pm – 15 euros

Saturday 2pm-5.30pm – 50 euros

Sunday 2pm-5.30pm – 50 euros

(cost for the complete weekend is 100 euros payable on Friday).

Payment at the meeting please

VENUE: Seniorenwohnheim Haus Alt-Lehel,
Christophstr. 12, 80538 München/Lehel
Next to U-Bahn 4 + 5 Lehel (ca. 5 Min.)

 

For further information
please contact Marianne Nentwig

Email: info@tonyparsons.de

Ph. 0049-179-514 9637

For further details go to this website: https://tonyparsons.de/

Amsterdam PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR FUTURE DATES

 

Weekend Meetings 

The Muiderkerk

Linnaeusstrat 37

1093 EG Amsterdam

Weekend meetings are as follows:                             

Friday 8pm-9.30pm – 15 euros

Saturday 2pm-5.30pm – 50 euros

Sunday 2pm-5.30pm – 50 euros

(cost for the complete weekend is 100 euros payable on Friday). 

Payment at the meeting please

 

For further information please contact

Rosemarijn Roes: Email: rroes@live.nl

Background

Tony Parsons gives talks and facilitates investigation and discussion on the nature of Advaita Vedanta and non-dualism.

 

He works both in the UK and internationally and his books are published in many countries.

 

The fundamental principle of his work is to define the non-dual and impersonal nature of reality and to expose the dichotomy of the dualistic belief in a progressive path leading to spiritual attainment.

 

The origins of this non-dual communication can apparently be found many centuries ago in the teachings of Lao Tzu, Saivite Tantra, Advaita Vedanta through the teachings of Shankara, Gaudapada and others, Dzogchen Buddhism through the teachings of Longchempa, Mahamudra and others, together with the original precepts of Zen Buddhism with the teacher Huang Po.

 

The expression of the non-dual perception can also be found in Christian mysticism.

 

However, Tony Parsons also includes in his communications recent scientific discoveries that have been made by neuroscientists and biologists which further reinforce and support the non-dual perception. There is also an emphasis in his work on the way in which physicists are now reaching the same conclusions about our reality as religious mystics have been expressing over many centuries.

 

So, although this message has its origins in seemingly recognised traditional teachings, it also embraces recent scientific discoveries which further confirms its authenticity as an enlightening and comprehensive communication.