Philosophize & Evaluate Your Learnings

how to explore the ideas that guide your choices

The experiential seminars in Philosophize help you understand how to evaluate the ideas that guide your choices in defining the roles you are required to play, the expectations you are asked to fulfill, and the values you are encouraged to embrace.  formulate relationships. Doing so helps you better understand yourself and make wise choices that align with your values and purpose.

It’s in our human nature to exercise our reasoning and organize the meaning of our learnings into greater “wholes”: ideas. These are not bound to time or specific situations. They act as principles that guide our thinking and actions. They allow us to make hypotheses about things we have not yet experienced and advise us on how to manage unforeseen events. We need to process our learnings and discover the principles that endure time and hardship, allowing us to move forward in our pursuit of true happiness and well-being.

Learnings are the ideas we turn to in pursuing happiness and well-being. Make sure they are true in representing the real you.

Most deceptive are the ideas we are exposed to that are not the result of our thinking: ideas on the roles we are required to play, the expectations we are asked to fulfill, and the values we are encouraged to embrace. Exercise wise thinking when you explore and formulate ideas because they influence how you interpret your feelings and experiences, and, therefore, how you perceive yourself and others. You remain true to yourself in so far as the ideas you hold are a result of your well-thought-out evaluations.  

Our Philosophize Seminars Offer Insight On

How to recognize the origin of your ideas.

Learn how to recognize the origin of the ideas that guide your choices. Explore their meaning and examine how they were formed and why. Learn how to evaluate ideas as yours and create a true sense of self and well-being.

How to remove unwanted bias from your ideas.

Ideas related to self have a natural tendency of being tinted with bias. Learn how to differentiate the true and constructive elements of your learnings and ideas from those that cloud your thinking and mask your true potential.

How to hypothesize wisely from your ideas.

Preset ideas form the basis of your expectations for the future. Explore the true meaning of your learnings when you make choices and anticipate results. Meaningful hypotheses come from ideas that are true to your sense of self.

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How to Philosophize on Truth

Spend 2 days philosophizing on the nature of truth as you venture into Athens and search for the city’s true identity....


When we philosophize we process our learnings. Evaluating learnings involves realizing the significance of the relationship between purpose, actions and outcome. We progress by practising our learnings. We learn how to exercise measure in terms of how we fulfill our needs in relation to the needs of others across different situations that place different demands.

Learnings are the result of reasoning; you examine actions to recognize purpose and reflect on results to evaluate the effects your actions bring about.

For example, if we don’t examine the argument we had with our partner today, we will most likely have another one tomorrow. What were the true reasons for the argument? Is there a real difference of opinions or a miscommunication? What does the disagreement reveal about both parties involved? Most importantly, how should we manage our differences if we wish to stay together. The degree to which we understand the reasons for conflict influences the extent we wish to stay together. In turn, the desire to stay together influences the degree to which we try to understand the reasons.

We must remember that we are also exposed to ideas from a multitude of sources; family, friends, news, social media, experts, professionals and many more. Ideas on the roles we are required to play, the expectations we are asked to fulfill, and the values we are encouraged to embrace. These influence our personal learnings and may cloud our self-perceptions. Don’t be quick in adopting ideas; other people’s learnings. Examine the source, examine the proposition entailed and evaluate the consequences that may arise by adopting them.

“Be A Free Thinker And Don't Accept Everything You Hear As Truth. Be Critical And Evaluate What You Believe In." Aristotle

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