For the purposes of this talk, I focused primarily on upper level spiritual teachers and spiritual masters. For an explanation of what “upper levels” means, please check out my blog post at the bottom of the page on what a spiritual teacher is.

In general, I feel there are enough resources available to those who want to follow an easier spiritual teaching route. By “easier,” I mean that to be a Catholic priest there is already a whole support network of resources to guide someone to that type of service and to support the teacher. That doesn’t mean that what they’ll do will be easy, but the support mechanisms are there just as yoga teachers, Reiki energy healers, and other spiritual teacher/leader/healer paths have plenty of support systems.

However, for those who are called to be a beacon and role model of spiritual freedom, there are different demands placed upon them. Most traditional religions and spiritual paths will be too confining for the individual, and they may have to do many things on their own. They’ll probably have to develop their own support mechanisms, individual teaching, verbiage, and other things that will be part of their spiritual offering and service.

Because of that, this talk discusses what it means to choose this kind of spiritual leadership role.

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Recording: Choosing to be a Spiritual Teacher or Leader

Date of Recording:
Wednesday, January 24, 2018

10:30 AM Pacific Time

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Additional Spiritual Reading

Here are additional thoughts about being called to be a spiritual teacher or leader:

Finding Your Calling as a Spiritual Teacher

7 Signs You’re a Wounded Healer

What Is a Spiritual Teacher?


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