Saylor Twift Posted December 26, 2022 Share Posted December 26, 2022 Is there anybody collecting data on this? Anybody doing proper statistical analysis on effective spiritual teaching strategies and maps? There have been many good discussions on these forums regarding improper or incorrect behavior for spiritual teachers. Discussions about how they shouldn’t conduct themselves, how they shouldn’t teach, what they shouldn’t teach. Discussions about incorrect leadership and the potential to mislead. Discussions about spiritual exploitation, what that involves, and how to identify it. Most of the discussion I’ve seen centers around bad or incorrect leadership. Of course there’s nothing wrong with that. Bad leadership is an important topic, but what does correct spiritual leadership look like and how does anybody know? What are some examples of properly run spiritual communities which are/have been successful in their goals of waking people up or whatever else the goals might be? What exactly is it that makes a spiritual community beneficial to its members? What specific piece of instruction/advice/information have you personally found most helpful? How was it delivered? What made it helpful? Why do you think you received it properly? What made it click? I’m hoping to get an in-depth and thought provoking discussion going about this topic. Please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts! 🙂 Quote Mention People haven't always been there for me but music always has. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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