European Spiritist Life Philosophy Meeting (Finland 2015)
2nd European Spiritist life philosophy meeting
– 2015 Vääksy, Finland
The International Spiritist Council invited you to participate in the second European Spiritist life philosophy meeting. The meeting occurred from 2-4 October 2015 in beautiful Vääksy, Finland
2nd European Spiritist Life Philosophy Meeting (Finland 2015) – Opening and participants greetings
INTERNATIONAL SPIRITIST COUNCIL – Main Objectives
Charles Kempf talks about the International Spiritist Council
How Spiritist activities can promote well being for us and other people
Pekka Kaarakainen talks about how Spiritist group activities can promote well being in our society.
Group activity -conclusions – How can Spiritism promote well being in our society
Mediumship – by Silvia Gibbons
The importance of Jesus teachings in Spiritism and in your life
Lecturer: Stevan Bertozzo talks about Jesus, faith and Spiritism, showing us how Jesus is our guide to happiness in life.
Open discussion – How to educate ourselves spiritually
Sharing good and bad experiences from studying and practising mediumship
Charity Practice in everyday life – Pathway to happiness
Elsa Rossi talks about the importance of charity in our everyday life.
Spiritism in Europe and Brazil
Lars Omdahl presents historical aspects of Spiritism development both in Europe and in Brazil. This lecture had simultaneous translation to Finnish.
Spiritism in Angola
Amelia Cazalma talks about Spiritism in Angola and it's importance in the lives of thousands of people.
Marlene Rossi Severino Nobre, MD, Gynecologist specialized in cancer prevention. Since an early age she was close to Francisco Cândido Xavier, who she regarded as a Spiritual father. She always defended a humanitarian and holistic approach towards treatment. Based on these ideals, in 1967 she got together with like-minded colleagues to discuss how to bring in lay terms, to colleagues and to the general public, the role of spirituality in recovery and healthy living. In 2002 Marlene travelled for 30 days throughout Europe, promoting seminars, lectures and panel discussions, reaching over 1.500 people. The first official International Congress for Spirituality and Medicine was held in 2003. Since then the event has taken place every year and has reached over 20 countries.