About the workshop:
Where are you? In front of a computer screen? In a body? At home? In a city? On a planet? Are you in love? In pain? What is all these stuff that you see and you feel? What is it for? Why are you here? What are you here for? What is the purpose of your life?
This workshop does not intend to take you to explore the “rabbit hole”, nor to find the ultimate answers to those questions. And yet these questions are too important to turn a blind eye to, or to set aside until the last moments of our lives. It is not a philosophical nor a scientific endeavour, but a mere attempt to address some life puzzles in a pragmatic, lighthearted way. There is no right or wrong, but if you’ve been pondering these questions for a while and are open-minded enough to receive and to share, this is the workshop for you.
- * The movie “The Matrix”
- * “I think everybody should get rich and famous and do everything they ever dreamed of so they can see that it’s not the answer.” —- Jim Carrey
- * “What youth found and must find outside, the man of life’s afternoon must find within himself.” —- Carl Jung (the Shift)
- * “You attract into your life what you are, not what you want; and you are capable of attracting all that the Source is capable of attracting.” —- Dr. Wayne Dyer
- * “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” —- Mahatma Gandhi
About Huiwen Wu:
Huiwen is the founder of WeClustr – an online conscious community that offers alternative education on spiritual intelligence. Collaborating with experienced independent researchers and instructors, we teach people how to live, how to love. We believe that the only way to change the world is to change our own consciousness, and only by activating our inner power, can we overcome the negative force within and become a positive contributor to the world.
Prior to her entrepreneurship venture and spiritual journey, she had over 8 years’ working experiences in the field of impact investments in emerging countries and in Europe. She is also a former CFA charterholder, a member of GARP, and a LSE alumnae.