Can your anticipate your destiny? Are Your Acts Fruitful? The Philosophical Parlour helps you live a blissful life by using the gift of critical and creative thinking.
What are the consequences of your beliefs?
The Philosophical Parlour is hosted by Livslinjen Institute and offers occasional counselling sessions.
Hantverkargatan 46, Kungsholmen, Stockholm
Alexander the Great had his personal mind-training philosopher, Aristotle — what was the role of Aristotle’s advice in Alexander’s destiny? Kristina Queen of Sweden hired Descartes, the father of the modern cogito, as a philosophical counsellor already in 1649. She subsequently resigned from her position, judging there was a more important matter than being a queen: what was more important than the kingdom of Sweden?
The Philosophical Parlour is located in the heart of Stockholm, in Kungsholmen, Hantverkargatan 46. Private conversations are held on special dates by Luis de Miranda, Doctor of Philosophy, certified practising member of the Swedish Society for Philosophical Practice (SSFP), trained in Lacanian analysis, and author of an internationally translated oeuvre.
A message from J. W. after his first session with Luis de Miranda at the Philosophical Parlour: “Got this feeling that I have so much to express. Instead of pushing away thoughts that can be scary, I can face them with playful poetry and action.”
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“Luis de Miranda is a professional of Truth.” Gerald Moore, Philosopher, Durham University.
“Thanks to Luis de Miranda and his double expertise in thinking and creating, I was able to write two books that got published and spoke to hundreds of readers. In the process, I learned about myself and the world, and became a more autonomous person and attentive leader.” Jean-Sébastien Hongre, CEO of Teaminside International.
“Luis de Miranda helped me to develop the voice I needed to reconcile a horrible past with a rewarding present.” Céline Raphaël, author of La Démesure, Paris, France.
“Talking with Luis de Miranda about our problems or ideas between 2014 and 2017 often boosted our courage. He is not only a rigorous thought-leader with a deep knowledge of philosophy, literature, and art, but also an open-minded listener with a joyful energy.” Edouard Notte, Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
“I met Luis de Miranda several years ago, when he was invited to give a talk at Reykjavik University. Since then I think a lot about his Creal-philosophy. More recently, Luis helped me to challenge the Venice Biennale.” Katrin Inga Jonsdottir Hjordisardottir, Icelandic Artist.