Stoic Week 2022 - Stoicism and Wellbeing
Live Like a Stoic for a Week – Beginning Monday October 24th 2022
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN FOR STOIC WEEK
Stoicism and Well-Being
Stoic Week is an annual online event in which people
from all over the world attempt to live like a Stoic for seven days. This is
your opportunity to take part in a special experiment.
You will learn about how the ancient philosophy of Stoicism can be adapted to help us lead better lives. The course combines general theory with more specific, step-by-step guidance on certain Stoic exercises. These materials have been prepared by experts in the field and give you an unusual and completely free-of-charge opportunity for personal development.
Stoic Week has proven extremely popular – over 25,000 have participated since we
started in 2012. Each year we receive a huge amount of online feedback from
Here are some of the things previous participants have said:-
- “I am calmer, I accept many disagreeable things with good spirits. No so easily hurt”.
- “Having a clear list of daily exercises has been very useful, and this week has started to make these a daily habit”
- “Putting personal difficulties with Health and treatment into perspective, managing pain and other people's sadness”
- “It has made me think, question and discuss, until now, half-formed ideas”
- “The guidance of Stoicism makes me happy”
- “Being involved daily gave me the opportunity to realise how positive and worthy my life has been and how prepared I am for whatever life presents in the future”
Stoic Week consists of seven chapters, one for each day of the week.
It gives you an opportunity to join thousands of other participants around the world as they learn to apply Stoic concepts and techniques in their daily lives.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Stoic Week has been widely covered in the media in previous years and you can find links to various articles in newspapers and magazines on the Modern Stoicism website.
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The contents of this handbook are not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Any person with a condition requiring medical attention should consult a qualified medical practitioner or suitable therapist. This experiment is not suitable for anyone who is suffering from psychosis, personality disorder, clinical depression, PTSD, or other severe mental health problems. By undertaking this trial the participant acknowledges that they are aware of and accept responsibility in relation to the foregoing.
Tim LeBon is a founder member of the Modern Stoicism team and leads our psychological research into the benefits of Stoicism.
Tim is the author of Wise Therapy and Achieve your Potential with Positive Psychology and has written many articles on Stoicism. He is also an accredited CBT therapist and a philosophical life coach. His website and contact details can be found at www.timlebon.com.
Eve Riches is a mentor, employment consultant and teacher. She is also a Stoic Life Coach and is particularly interested in improving emotional resilience and applying Stoicism to everyday life.
Eve has run a very successful monthly Stoicism online learning group and research project with Modern Stoicism, where she is on the steering committee. She is also an advisor to the Aurelius Foundation. Contact Eve at everiches.com