Our event titled “Revealing the Hidden Wisdom of Poetry” at Morley College in London was opened with the speech by the President of Omilos, in which he referred to all those who teach through Art and help humankind along its path.
His speech follows:
“Let me welcome you tonight.
We are a Spiritual Centre which has been active in Greece for 40 years. The teaching that is given is how to learn to be well and that there are no impasses in Life.
Life brings problems. The immense current of Life brings problems, but it also brings those who teach human beings how to be helped.
These people, in our opinion, are the artists, the musicians, the poets, the painters. Therefore, we delve into their work and we learn to see the hidden meanings through which they teach humankind and how through these teachings we can be well in life and in practice.
Today we are analysing Kavafis. Kavafis, in essence, was not a poet, he was a philosopher. So, let’s see if we can convince you!”
“Revealing the Hidden Wisdom of Poetry” – Our literature event at Morley College London (08-11-2019)
On Saturday 9th of November and after two very successful events at the Hellenic Centre on Thursday and at Morley College on Friday, our entire day was dedicated to the centre Women and Health and, of course, to all people, users of the centre or not, who came to meet with us.
And Spiritual Healing became action once more!
With immediateness and simplicity, everyone who was there experienced the change that takes place when you give without asking anything for yourself. They experienced it in the Spiritual Healing sessions and the real and sincere interest that was shown by the group of Spiritual Healers.
They experienced it in the individual personal appointments that took place, where the group of Omilos, without considering time or effort, concerned themselves with the issues that each person wanted to talk about. They experienced it in the Open Discussion and Meditation group with the subject “Spiritual Healing in Theory and in Practice” carried out by the President of Omilos.
It was then that all this came to a conclusion with a common experience of union and expansion, with a “revelation”, as we were told by the participants, of what Omilos means, of what it really means to be a Group.
“Excellent presentation! Definitely not what you expect from a poetry evening, a nice surprise!”
“I had never imagined that this poem could have such extensions. Thank you!”
“With the deep analysis that you did, you helped me a lot with my own personal issues as well. You did excellent work!”
“It has to do with the entire Self, doesn’t it? Not to identify with the limitation. A very good idea and a beautiful way of presenting it”.
A rainy Friday in London on the 8th November 2019 but no one was deterred and soon the room at Morley College began to fill with people.
“With the songs as our compass and tradition as the captain” our event on Greek folk music took place at the Hellenic Centre London on 7/11/2019.
An event where we were honoured with the presence of the Director of the Hellenic Centre, Ms. A. Kalispera, and who thanked us by saying: “Exceptional, Congratulations! One of the best presentations ever held here at the Hellenic Centre!”
The bookings were pouring in during the days before the event and the room was filling up with waves of people, but mostly with songs, dancing and that panhuman element that makes us become one. One Group, one Voice.
Only a breath before the beginning of a new decade, let’s celebrate by gifting to ourselves something precious, a place and a time to rest, to be rejuvenated and to relax.
And most importantly, to experience a new way of thought and action and how to be a co-creator and a participant in the everyday miracle we call Life!
We cordially invite you to our 18th International Winter Seminar on 26-29 December 2019 at the 5-star Alkyon Resort Hotel and Spa at Vrachati Korinthias in Greece.
We are expecting you!
For more information and bookings contact us:
+30 2102015194, +30 6936104960, +44 07960 797 435
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
In a few days we will be in London for four days filled with action.
Apart from our events at the Hellenic Centre and at Morley College, we will be meeting with the London Self Study Group of Omilos and, continuing the many years of our collaboration, we will also be at the non-profit health centre Women & Health.
Specifically, on 9thNovember, at Women & Health, the following will take place:
- Spiritual Healing appointments from 1.00 to 5.00 pm
- An Open Discussion Group at 5.00 pm with the subject: “Spiritual Healing in theory and in action”.
- A Creative Meditation after the end of the Open Discussion.
Finally, the centre’s clients will be able to arrange personal appointments.
The above activities and events are for everyone who is interested in participating and wants to find out more about the work of Omilos by experiencing in action what Spiritual Healing is and learn, quite simply, how to be well in their lives.
All of the above are offered selflessly. Each and any donation towards expanding our activities and our work is important and welcome.
For more information, bookings and appointments, please contact:
Tel: 07960 797435
We can’t wait to meet you!
Following our previous successful events at the Hellenic Centre, London, which were also broadcast by the Hellenic TV channel, this November we are holding a new event titled:
“With the Songs as our Compass and Tradition as the Captain” – A Voyage in the Seas of Greek Folk Music.
It is with great joy, we invite you to experience the sounds of Greek folk music in this presentation and the live performance of traditional songs from Greece.
Join us on a journey to the beauties of the Greek countryside and of Asia Minor.
The azure of the skies, the gentle waves of the sea and the cool air of the mountains come alive with “one voice” in a musical night full of colours and melodies.
A musical wander in the simplicity and majesty of Greek folk music.
The presentation will be held in Greek and English.
Entry is free.
Bookings at 07960797435 or at firstname.lastname@example.org