Christine Gwin 7.30pm April 20
About the Presentation
This talk looks at the challenges we feel we face constantly during our human lifetime. The constant chattering in our mind goes over past negative experiences, and future concerns. How can we cope?
About the Presenter
With a background in finance and a Business Degree from QUT, Christine worked for the Australian Taxation Office in Brisbane for many years. Following a major motorcycle accident, and unable to work, she was given the opportunity to reconfigure her life after walking into the BTS and discovering its treasures of wisdom.
In December 1999, Christine joined the BTS, attended various study groups and also led several study groups, prior to starting the Logan Theosophy Group a few years ago.
She also runs an animal rescue group from home, attends art classes, renovates her house and runs an Airbnb.
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