"If you believe everything I'm telling you is true, then you are
Tom Brown, Jr. - 2010
10 Day Philosophy 1 and 2
Because of the changes in the Philosophy Classes in general, I’ve found it necessary to combine the original Philosophy I and the Philosophy II class into a new ten day format. One would think that by taking what would have been normally two separate week long classes, and condense them to a ten day format, you would lose something. Actually the class works out to be far more extensive and powerful than the original Philosophy I and II classes.
This course covers the philosophy by which Stalking Wolf lived his life, as well as what he taught to Tom during their 10 years together. While it is based in Native American philosophy, Stalking Wolf found many truths common to all mankind throughout his years of extensive wandering. It is the combination and distillation of these common truths that are covered in this, and subsequent, Philosophy classes.
Building on the base of Philosophy I, this class will further expand your understanding of Grandfathers world, and the importance of working and living within them on a daily basis. Group work and the sharing of results will assist in the formation of your personal belief system and in beginning to recognize how to achieve a better balance between your spiritual and physical minds.
Note: Before you can volunteer for a class, you must have taken it first. Click here for more information on volunteering.
Volunteers are a vital part of making each class a success. Having graduates of a class available to answer questions and help out in workshops is of tremendous value to current students, and provides a much larger pool of people they can turn to for assistance. As well, volunteers help to prepare and serve meals, head up the student crews and assist Instructors and Interns in lecture and workshop preparation - all of which are essential when it comes to keeping classes running smoothly. And don't forget, whenever you're not needed as a helper, we encourage you to sit in on the lectures and participate in the exercises and workshops. It's a great way to brush up on your skills, or discover what you may have missed the first time around!