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Human relationships and universal love

Weekend course in English (online and onsite), with Mary McGovern, Anne Pullar, Micael Söderberg and Pernilla Rosell
27th‒29th May 2022, Friday 19.00/7 pm ‒ Sunday 14.30/2.30 pm CET
Welcome to a hybrid course where you will be able to participate either online from your home or physically at the Martinus Centre, Klint, Denmark.

Why is marriage increasingly unstable? Why do many experience conflicting needs to express their creative and intellectual abilities and to be good parents and spouses? Why are some attracted to the opposite sex while others are attracted to their own sex or both sexes? We see a variety of sexual states and behaviour, and a growing interest in human sexuality and gender issues.
We will study Martinus's analysis of sexual evolution and look at how it can support us in gaining better insight into our own identity and help us navigate the changing sexual landscape.

The onsite participants will meet in study room 6 (inside the lecture hall) at the Martinus Centre, Klint. The online participants will listen to the presentations and take part in group discussions on Zoom. (The Zoom link will be provided in Crowdcast after your registration, see below.)

View the full programme here: Human relationships and universal love

Price: Online participation: 250 DKK. Register on Crowdcast here.
Price: Participation at the Martinus Centre, Klint:
600 DKK (course and meals; lunch, dinner, tea, coffee and snacks in the pauses)
1,100 DKK (course, accommodation and meals; lunch, dinner, tea, coffee and snacks in the pauses)

Online booking

More information:
The physical course takes place at:
Martinus Center Klint
Klintvej 69, Klint
DK-4500 Nykøbing Sjælland