The Art of Spiritual Guidance: Year Two
With Thomas Atum O'Kane, PhD
August 22 - 27, 2020
Spiritual Guidance is an art, a gift and a calling that has been long practiced in contemplative traditions to support spiritual development and personal transformation. The practice encourages the soul’s quest for expression, authenticity and greater intimacy with the Divine within oneself, one’s relationships, and the world.
Develop skills for serving as a spiritual guide to others while deepening your own spiritual foundation. This in-depth two year training program takes an interfaith approach and incorporates the insights of transpersonal psychology with special emphasis on Jungian psychology.
Themes addressed in the curriculum:
- The Call
- The Teacher Within and Without
- Creating a Personal Mythology
- States and Stages in the Journey
- Typology and Guidance
- Contemplation, Meditation and Prayer
- Deep Structure of Ritual
- The Retreat Process
- The God Ideal and Image
This is a gathering place for those who have experienced considerable inner work, and who value sharing the journey of the soul within a community of other mature seekers.
Each year of this two year training includes a 5-night retreat at Hollyhock followed by two 4-day sessions in Vancouver.
Year 2 – 2020/21:
Hollyhock Retreat 2020: August 22-27, 2020
Vancouver Sessions 2021: February 11-14 & June 10-13, 2021
Thomas Atum O’Kane, PhD, is the founder and director of the Spiritual Guidance Wisdom School. Atum teaches the Spiritual Guidance Wisdom School core training programs with an inter-faith approach in five countries, along with multiple other courses. His vision of each individual soul having the ability to listen and respond to their particular Call of living an expanded life has been artfully taught as well as absorbed by many. Atum has a PhD in Transpersonal Psychology and a Masters in Psychological Counseling. Atum is a graduate of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance which focuses on the Christian Mystics, the vision of Teilhard…
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