LEADERSHIP

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Welcome to the 
Leadership Portal ~
a curated selection of teachings, practices, and courses related to becoming an awakened leader.

Because the psychospiritual path of The Clarion Way is holographic ~ each part reflecting the whole ~  ALL teachings,  practices, courses, and other materials offered by the Institute can also be applied to 
your leadership.



TEACHINGS

A leader is someone you choose to follow to a place you wouldn’t go to by yourself.  ~ Joel Barker
  • Soul Lessons of a Leader
    As an Aquarian classroom that embraces soul learning and service, leadership offers an opportunity to learn five soul lessons.
  • Destiny ~ Our Life's Masterpiece (Part I)
    Destiny emerges one amazing step at a time as precious seeds planted in the present for future sprouting. Discover how your leadership was destined from a young age.

PRACTICES

  • The Inner Leader
    The Inner Leader guides leaders in their soul development and supports them in being self-responsible. Experiencing a leadership crisis is often the event that sets leaders upon a spiritual path connecting with their Soul.
  • The Michelangelo Metaphor ~ Leadership as Service
    Just as Michelangelo and the marble spoke and cooperated with one another, leaders and groups speak and cooperate with one another until together they reveal both the sculptor (the leader) and the marble’s (the group’s) perfected potential. 
To lead well
is a soul matter.



COURSES

  • Purpose ~ Discovering My Life's True Meaning
    Answer the question, “Why am I here?” and find the meaning of your life from a spiritual perspective. In this course, you will discover the seeds of your leadership destiny.
We have an unprecedented opportunity to manifest a new model of leadership
and group life as humanity experiences a cosmic shift into a new way of being.

  

The Institute views its services as adjuncts to traditional medical and mental health care. As such, Institute courses are not intended to be psychotherapy, medical therapy, or a substitute for either one. Participants and volunteers are required to assume self-responsibility for their wellbeing by seeking, when appropriate, psychological, and medical professional services. As partners in the program in which they are enrolled, participants are asked to set intentions, do assignments, respect Institute communication guidelines, and in all ways participate with self-responsibility for their wellbeing.

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