Global Co-operation House ,65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green,LondonNW10 2HH
A person without a sense of humour is like a wagon without springs. It’s jolted by every pebble on the road. Henry Ward Beecher
Humour has the power to bring people together, smooth interactions and help us to overcome challenging or even potentially embarrassing situations with a light touch. But humour can also be divisive and be wielded at the expense of others. So where does humour spring from and how can it be used as a means of uplifting others along with enhancing our own ability to heal and navigate through life with equanimity?
Speaker: Mathias Steffen
Mathias lives in Switzerland and is a stress and resilience coach and a former headmaster. Since discovering Raja Yoga during his travels in India, Mathias has found that by practically applying a spiritual perspective in his life, he has been able to deal with all sorts of people and challenges in a positive way. Mathias coordinates the activities of the Brahma Kumaris Centre in Zurich and is part of the National Coordinators Team in Switzerland.