Teaching my Core Curriculum is a very exciting development, the product of many years consideration. I hope you will want to participate with it.
Over time I have noticed that individuals, or representatives of organizations, who fit into one of the following three categories regularly approach me:
1. Those who work, or aspire to work with leaders, as coaches, mentors, therapists or similar.
2. Those who research the spiritual space for their own personal and professional development, perhaps with an interest to applying the knowledge in guiding others.
3. Those who recognize and pursue a wider reality, perhaps specifically including spirituality, for their own growth and development, recognizing that their own growth is reflected in all they do, whether in their private or professional lives.
Of course, it is the third group who are usually quickest to respond to my work. But in teaching the Core Curriculum, I am looking to embrace all three groups. However, my Core Curriculum addresses an advanced level of development, and it is sometimes necessary to suggest supplementary work before undertaking the Core Curriculum. (This can be true regardless of external achievement.)
While I have taught small portions of my curriculum, and worked in depth at retreats and in seminars, I have never set out to teach the whole in defined stages, which is my intention here.
We work closely, in a very small, specialist group. For more details of what we cover, and how we work, please see Course Content (link). Certificates will be awarded at the end of the course to those who complete the work, and their names appear on my website.
Naturally the body of information that is my teachings is huge. In teaching my Core Curriculum, I am, among other factors, strongly motivated by concerns about my legacy. I want to make sure that the real fundamentals of my teaching are transmitted accurately.
As this is a new exercise, and an interactive one, I hope you understand that its shape and form may change as we establish what works best to meet our aims. The first two courses of The Core Curriculum, at Levels 1 and 2, have now been completed. They were immensely enjoyable. Some comments from participants are included below. The names of graduates of both Levels 1 and 2 are shown on the Course Graduates page.
The Core Curriculum Level 3 started in November 2013 for graduates of the previous two courses, and a new group will be starting The Core Curriculum Level 1 in February 2014. If you would like to enquire about joining the new group, I would be very pleased to hear from you. Please send me an email: Michal@MichalLevin.com. Thank you.
I look forward to working with you.