The Guiding Vision for This Course
All aspects of the program are designed to help you build capacity for greater courage, creativity, and positive engagement in the uncertain, ever-changing landscape of our times. Capacity-building is a journey toward wholeness with two intertwined pathways.
- The first pathway is an inner journey to discover your authentic self and intentionally incorporate it into your way of being, becoming integrated and whole.
- The second pathway is an outward facing journey. With your authentic self as your foundation, you can more confidently share your gifts and talents through unique, positive contributions.
These journeys are not separate. They build upon one another, allowing you to see yourself, other people, and the world in new ways, and to act on discovered insights.
Through enhanced self-awareness, creativity, and joyful service, you will find that you can confidently meet life’s challenges and opportunities. Not only that, but as you connect with your authentic self and grow into your full potential, you will also become a guiding light to others. In your work life, you will be more effective and productive. In your personal life, you will be healthier and live more whole-heartedly.
There are many paths to transformational change and healing. Some focus on the physical, while others focus on attitudinal healing or on emotional healing. A special feature of the Cayce material is the emphasis on all levels of transformational change and how they can be integrated. The “Keys to Inner Transformation” program integrates the modern science of well-being with the ancient wisdom of holistic living. This powerful blend of teachings will deepen your understanding and experience of your cognitive abilities for both analytical reasoning and intuitive insight.
The course is structured around seven principles, or “keys,” for inner transformation, all of which serve to promote personal healing and bring greater clarity about one’s own role in building health and healing for the world at large. The 14-week program (starting Sunday, January 7th) includes two-hour Zoom meetings conducted on Sunday afternoons every two weeks to kick-off a new Module. Online learning materials are supplied for the following 13 days, completed at your own pace. If you need to miss a Sunday Zoom meeting, you will be able to access it later as archived material.