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Upcoming Programs

Spirit in the World Religions
Wednesday 22nd February Feb 22, Mar 1, 8 (W) 12noon-1pm

Dropping the Struggle: A Quiet Day in the Texas Hill Country
Thursday 23rd February Feb 23 (Th) 9am-4pm

5th Annual SoulCollage® Retreat: Dancing with our Companions
Friday 24th February Feb 24 (F) 11:00 AM ? Feb 26 (Su) 2:00 pm

****Renewal Day for Seton SLT
Monday 27th February February 27 (M) 8:30 ? 4:00

**Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 28th February 12noon-1pm

Finding Heart in Your Work - online
Wednesday 1st March Mar 1 (W) $75 (Includes 4 online modules (unlocked weekly) + Happy Hour or Interactive Webinar Pre-registration required.) $55 (Discount for Seton & Ascension Associates and Leadership Pilgrimage

Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life
Friday 3rd March Mar 3 (F) 12noon-1pm

****Renewal Day for Seton LT
Friday 3rd March March 3, 2017 (F) 8:30 ? 4:00

**Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 7th March 12noon-1pm

Synchronicity
Wednesday 8th March Mar 8 (W) 6:30-8pm

****Renewal Day for Seton SLT
Wednesday 8th March March 8 (W) 8:30 ? 4:00

*****Zentangle® Brown Bag: A “brown bag” creative meditation group
Thursday 9th March Mar 9 (Th) 12noon-1pm in the classroom

(OWL) Older Women’s Legacy: Memoir-Writing Workshop for Women
Friday 10th March Mar 10, 17, 24, 31, Apr 7 (F) 9:30am-11:30am

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Featured Programs & Services

*The Practice of Contemplative Leadership 2017: Developing the Skills of Spiritual Intelligence in order to Become a Transformative Leader

"Spiritual Intelligence is the central and most fundamental of all the intelligences because it becomes the source of guidance for the others."
- Stephen Covey

In this series of six day-long retreats we will examine the 21 skills of spiritual intelligence as set forth by Cindy Wigglesworth in her book SQ 21: The Twenty-One Skills of Spiritual Intelligence. Cindy defines spiritual intelligence as “the ability to behave with wisdom and compassion, while maintaining inner and outer peace, regardless of the situation.” The virtues of wisdom, compassion and equanimity are essential to becoming a fully-developed free-functioning human being and they are what make good leaders great leaders. We will practice the skills that move us in the direction of wisdom, compassion and equanimity and as always our practices will draw on the wisdom of poets, mystics and sages of all traditions.
 
Participants will have the opportunity to take the SQ21 inventory if they so desire.
 
Patricia Speier, DMin


Finding Heart in Your Work - online
A Month-Long Online Course



“The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” - Frederick Buechner

The Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership is proud to launch our very first online course. This format will offer students more flexibility in when and where they participate in the learning and will also expand our reach beyond the Austin area. Each week’s module will leave you with a compelling and timely topic to be discussed in a dedicated online community platform and students will retain access to all course material for life.
 
Are you seeking a renewed sense of meaning and fulfillment in your work? Would you like to feel more innovative in your work and less overwhelmed? In this month-long course you will learn how to approach your work as a spiritual practice-embracing your imperfections while cultivating your strengths. Through the use of mythology, film, literature and sacred scripture, we will rediscover a deep sense of purpose for our lives that resonates with both external reality and our own inner truth. Instead of conditioning ourselves to work more, which can lead to burnout, we will explore what it means to engage our work with our whole hearts, and how wholeheartedness can be the antidote to burnout. We will nurture and ground our self-discovery with contemplative practices and rituals so that we may once again find heart in our daily work.
 
Daniel Hope, MA, LMFT-A



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