".... Whatever is spiritually manifest becomes physically
manifest, provided it is empowered...."
Grandfather - 1958
Teaching Grandfathers Philosophy
Price: $4000 Deposit: $400 Prerequisite: Philosophy 1 Limit: 40 StudentsThis is a series of classes that will teach the student how to teach the philosophy, spirituality, and techniques that they have learned in the Philosophy Classes. The teaching of these classes goes far beyond the simple realm of teaching on a physical and emotional level, following a written outline. That approach is but a small percentage of the real teaching going on, on a deeply spiritual level. These classes will teach the student how to teach from the place of "trilogy" where the physical and spiritual are balanced and the teaching go deep into your student”s spiritual life. Not only will one learn to teach another on a one on one basis, but also how to teach children of all ages, nurturing their spiritual gifts from a very young age. Another important aspect of this class is that I am teaching the instructors that will assist me when I begin doing the weekend Philosophy workshops throughout the country and even internationally. I developed a format of teaching where I can bring the basics of the Philosophy Workshop into a weekend class and set these classes up in various locations. This way Grandfathers” Philosophy will reach many people who can not find the time to attend the week long Philosophy I workshops. I will be eventually calling on the graduates of this class to help set up and assist me in teaching these classes.Dates:(All meetings begin at 2pm on the first day and end around 4pm on the last day)1. Saturday November 14-Monday November 16th, 2009 2. Friday February 26-Monday March 1stth, 2010 Extended3. Sunday June 13-Saturday 19th, 2010 Extended4. Friday August 6th-Sunday August 8th, 2010 Payment Plan:A deposit of $400 is due at registration to secure your place in the class.There is a $360 payment due on the first of each month starting October 1, 2009 and ending with a final payment on July 1st, 2010.
Prerequiste: Philosophy 1
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Volunteers are a vital part of making each class a success. Having graduates of a class available to answer questions and help out in workshops is of tremendous value to current students, and provides a much larger pool of people they can turn to for assistance. As well, volunteers help to prepare and serve meals, head up the student crews and assist Instructors and Interns in lecture and workshop preparation - all of which are essential when it comes to keeping classes running smoothly. And don't forget, whenever you're not needed as a helper, we encourage you to sit in on the lectures and participate in the exercises and workshops. It's a great way to brush up on your skills, or discover what you may have missed the first time around!