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Andy Whittle 

Workshop: Zen and the Art of Happiness

By Andy Whittle

Brussels: 9 November 2016

We all live in a world that is increasingly stressful. Instead of the promised Utopia, we have less free time, less spendable income, less secure contracts, more tempting consumables, more technology than we can handle, more distractions, more choices, more division with less humanity and a distinct lack of hope for some of us. What we could all do with is a touch more Zen and a spark of Happiness in our lives.

The aim, therefore, of this workshop is to show you a path to Zen and Happiness, maybe only a few fleeting moments among the stresses and strains of our daily lives, but Zen and Happiness nonetheless. This may help you survive the struggles we all go through and can even make a difference to the lives of those around you.

This is an experimental workshop, never before delivered in front of a human audience. Andy claims that his cats do however seem to be a lot happier than they were previously.

About Andy Whittle

Andy's passion and motivation in life is to build a kinder and happier world. Through workshops and seminars he shares life-hacks and life-tools that enable people be more creative as well as to learn life-skills necessary to be better connected to themselves and the world around them.

Andy is also part of the PTPI-Hub Social Community which helps people connect and get more out of life as well as the co-founder and co-host of the Brussels Imagination Club  which runs regular experimental workshops on all aspects of personal and professional self-improvement and wellbeing.

Meet Andy at: Play: Imagination Club - Support: PTPI Hub - Work: Transforma bxl 


Practical Information

Wednesday, 9 November 2016 from 18h45-21h00

Boulevard St Michel 47, 1040 Brussels

Public transport: Metro: Montgomery; Tram: Boileau

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How much?
A contribution of €12 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.

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  1. Jeffrey Baumgartner
  2. Andy Whittle
  3. Benedicte van Nierop
  4. Frans Nijs (maybe)
  5. Diana Petzold
  6. Jeroen Walravens
  7. Carolyn Moody
  8. Susan Wild
  9. Ali Superiore *
  10. Monica Dimitiu *
  11. Bobbi Suzic *

  12. Oliv Diereickx **
  13. Tina Roshdi **
  14. Lars Sudmann **
  15. Christopher Keith Malapitan **
  16. Sarah Sherriff **
  17. Grace Grace **
  18. Frank Barendregt **
  19. Sascha Siegmund **
  20. Stephanie Mantell **
  21. Gordon Buhagiar **
  22. Mumu Speeckaert **
  23. Alina Plamadeala **
  24. Camelia Dogaru **




* Registered on Facebook or Meetup

** Registered as "Interested" on Facebook which, in practice, means they probably won't come. But we appreciate their enthusiasm and support nonetheless.


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