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Pathways to Meaningful Living Conference – Advertorial


Monday, 22nd October 2007 at 9:53 am
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The "Pathways to Meaningful Living" conference will importantly take place in Melbourne in next month on a day of National significance - Remembrance Day - November 11th 2007.

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Pathways to Meaningful Living Conference – Advertorial
Monday, 22nd October 2007 at 9:53 am

The "Pathways to Meaningful Living" conference will importantly take place in Melbourne in next month on a day of National significance – Remembrance Day – November 11th 2007.

The conference is the initiative of the Healing Relationships Institute, bringing together a group of people with diverse views on how to foster and maintain a sense of meaning in an increasingly complex world.

Speakers will address fundamental questions about the need for a sense of purpose and meaning in our lives. Equally relevant is a capacity to stay on firm ground amidst the pressing social, environmental and emotional challenges of our time.

Aspirations for a meaningful life may seem elusive when we are faced with busy day-to-day activities. How do we achieve and maintain balance between the different aspects of our lives?

This conference is for those who want to engage with high profile Australians in how they have created meaning in their personal and professional lives. Listen to their stories and what they have learned from their successes and failures. Hear about new ideas and beginnings that flourished in society. Learn how they did all this while engaging with family, work and community. Delegates are invited to participate and be part of this conversation throughout the day.

A group of creative and reflective people will present the one-day program. These people are known for their contributions to business, philanthropy, public health, human rights, philosophy, communications and the media, and the environment.

– Lama Choedak Rinpoche
– Mary Crooks
– Christine Edwards & Carrillo Gantner AO
– Lynne Haultain
– Karen Mahlab
– Professor Rob Moodie & Gabriel Gaté
– Joy Murphy AO
– Brian Walters SC

Pathways to Meaningful Living will take place at:
Hilton on the Park – Melbourne
192 Wellington Parade
East Melbourne VIC

Sunday 11 November 2007
9.30 am – 6.00 pm
$195.00 through Ticketmaster. Limited places are available for delegates on low income at $150.00.

For more information about the cost and registration contact:
Genevieve Timmons
Conference Convenor
Suzanne Capell
Conference Manager
Phone: 03 9489 6197
Mobile: 0408 248 842

Email: healingrelationshipsinstitute@bigpond.com
Web: www.healingrelationshipsinstitute.com.au




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