And instead of seeing Morpheus, he sat with the legendary Hamza Fansuri, or Nuruddin al-Raniri?
This will be an evening where we talk about the amazing developed holistic work by classic Malay thinkers on the conception of reality, around the same time when Europe was about to start talking about it.
Muhiyuddin b. Hussein Al-Attas is completing a M.Phil from CASIS (UTM). He used to lecture at KUIS and now at Adni Pre-University where he teaches the worldview of Islam and the map of knowledge. His research interest is in S.M.N Al-Attas’ conception of the West, encompassing the origins of the worldview of the West, its philosophical, cultural and religious roots, and how this worldview is impacting the world.
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How is Food Connected to Our Spiritual Journey?
Exclusive Talk & Free Dinner with Geoff & Nadia Lawton
Saturday 26 August 2017 in TTDI, KL
Request to Attend by Filling the Form Below (Closed – If you have not received your invite, please WhatsApp 0193345466 or email peacemealmy [at] gmail [dot] com).
The spiritual journey include many routes. A number of the great spiritual figures in history, paid great attention what they ate, how it was prepared and where it came from. What’s the connection? How do we live this history in this day and age?
Permaculture is an approach to life, which significantly include food and in its application, many who try find their spiritual well-being getting better. Geoff and Nadia Lawton are among the top gurus of Permaculture today and have achieved and proven many amazing things through their work.
They will be joining us on Saturday 26th of August and you’re welcomed too. If you’d like to come, request to attend by filling the form below (request to attend is now closed).
Geoff Lawton is a world renowned permaculture consultant, designer and teacher. He first took his Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course in 1983 with Bill Mollison, widely considered the “father of permaculture.” Geoff has undertaken thousands of jobs teaching, consulting, designing, administering and implementing, in 6 continents and over 50 countries around the world. Clients have included private individuals, groups, communities, governments, aid organizations, non-government organisations and multinational companies, including:
consultancy in the environmentally green, Masdar City in the United Arab Emirates
development work from the Greening the Desert projects in Jordan
rehydration strategies in the deserts of Hadramaut, Yemen
housing projects for the Kurds in Iraq after the war, rebuilding an entire village with 53 straw bale houses
He has currently educated over 15,000 students in Permaculture worldwide. Geoff has established permaculture demonstration sites that function as education centres in all the world’s major climates — information on the success of these systems is networked through www.permacultureglobal.org. Geoff established the Permaculture Research Institute and the www.permaculturenews.org website to network mainframe information worldwide.
Nadia completed her PDC in the Dead Sea Valley in 1999 then proceeded to work on the “Green the Desert” project and establish permaculture women’s groups and school projects with this work. As reference she went on to complete her permaculture diploma in design, education and site development and registered as a permaculture teacher in English and Arabic with the Bill and Lisa Mollison’s permaculture Institute of Australia.
Nadia now lives in The Channon in Northern New South Wales, Australia at Zaytuna Farm the home of the Australian Permaculture Research Institute. Since 2003 she has been working with PRI as an international permaculture teacher, consultant and aid worker.