How to Develop Self-Knowledge

  • Emotional Education
  • Self-Knowledge
When asked to sum up all philosophical commandments, the Ancient Greek Philosopher Socrates replied: “Know yourself”. Self-knowledge matters so much because it helps us to get an accurate sense of what we need to be satisfied, which means we can make wiser choices, especially around love and work.

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More about the Class

What will I learn?

How to Develop Self-Knowledge teaches us:

  • Techniques to explore our own minds

  • How to clarify vague and almost-out-of-reach emotions and thoughts

  • How to understand the emotional dynamics of childhood

  • How we may appear to others

  • How to combat self-deception

  • What we are perhaps not so easily able to see about ourselves

The format of this class is highly interactive and involves a combination of teaching, group discussion and individual reflection. The facilitators of the class aim to create a confidential space where all participants are welcome to contribute freely and comfortably. If you have any questions about the format of the class please get in touch at [email protected]

Morning/Afternoon/ Evening Classes –  All timings are in British Summer Time (BST)


This event is being streamed globally, please use a time zone converter to check your local live streaming time.



‘Awesome; will be back; loads of light bulb moments’

‘It was fantastic! Hugely helpful and inspiring. Thank you!:)’

‘I really enjoyed it! The instructor kept the tone upbeat and the pace brisk’

‘Very interesting, stimulating discussion’

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What is ‘How to Develop Self-Knowledge’?

Self-awareness isn’t always easy. We can be sidelined by fear, a reluctance to look within and a culture which keeps us distracted and unaware. This class guides us to take key steps towards self-knowledge. Through exercises and conversation we reach insights in a remarkably short space of time – excited by the task of understanding the person we may be a stranger to; ourselves.

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