Most of us spend a large percentage of our lives at our workplace. How can my work life really support and contribute to my spiritual growth and vice versa? Guest Dharma writer Duncan Cryle shares his experiences in the Fortune 500 workplace.
One of the many reasons we support Dharma Training is because, when done well, it also leads to business and personal success. You might be wondering, ‘how so’? Firstly, Dharma Training helps us to meet mental models and personal lacks in the form of our tribal and educational conditioning.
Dharma Training, Engagement and Social Business This is a continuation of The Dharma of Work (Part One) and (Part Two) The values from our social & work training apply to spiritual training Any good spiritual training incorporates the training that has already occurred. The family home trains us for our social milieu; if we attend […]
Or Getting Paid to Undertake Spiritual Training This is a continuation of The Dharma of Work (Part One). We propose that it’s possible to craft a virtual monastery amidst daily life, the workplace and career. In this context, spiritual training is conducive to our foundational Maslowian needs as well as our spiritual quest; though the […]
Historically, spiritual training took place almost exclusively within the monastery or convent. Nowadays few of us spiritual practitioners enter that kind of orthodox context. What then? We suggest that the workplace – whether a company, clinic, factory, studio, etc. – comprises our contemporary spiritual training ground.
Our work sharing the teachings of universal unfoldment often takes us to foreign countries, some of which may be described by the industrialised world as ‘developing’. We used to call them ‘primitive’ but as our cultures evolved we’ve had the sense to realize that was too condescending; ‘developing’ is an improvement and no doubt an […]