A Very Special Journey


We are a friendly and relaxed organisation, and our joint backgrounds give us a great breadth of teaching experience.

The Silent Eye School offers its Companions (our preferred name for students) a three year magical journey; one that uses the most modern findings of esoteric psychology to create an inner landscape – and a remarkable group of people who live there.

The enneagram is used to map out this land and its people. Along the way you may discover that these figures in this landscape bear an important resemblance to apects of you; in fact you might discover that they hold the key to your greatest aspirations, and, possibly, some of your darker deeds . . . but both these must be faced if we are to make real spiritual progress, as Carl Jung so aptly said.

The Silent Eye teaches via a distance-learning programme that is based upon personal study of one lesson per month. Lessons are sent directly to the student (Companion) as PDF  files. A journal of experiences and progress is kept by the Companion, to be shared with a personal Supervisor at the end of each week.

The Silent Eye School operates as a not-for-profit organisation. The current monthly charge of £10.00 per lesson (July 2015) is the only commitment of membership. Each lesson is ordered when the Supervisor has approved the previous journal, so there is no ‘lock-in’ whatever.

You may have experience of other teaching organisations. If so, you will know how important it is for such a School to have sincerity and depth. It is also likely that you’ll also appreciate that there is no substitute for work and application if your goal is to seek real personal transformation.

If you are interested in joining us, send an introductory email about yourself to rivingtide@gmail.com

For more details look at the Silent Eye’s website at  www.thesilenteye.co.uk


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