The Oracle Institute

SPIRITUALLY EVOLVING?

The Oracle Institute

“An Advocate for Enlightenment and a Vanguard for Spiritual Evolution”

Proudly Presents W. “Cliff” Kayser on:

Managing Interdependent Values

When: Location: Register: Cost:
Sunday June 14, 2009 Leesburg Masonic Lodge Laura@TheOracleInstitute.org Recommended
3:00 – 5:00 p.m. 108 N. Cornwall Street or call (540)882-9252 Donation of $10
  Leesburg, VA, 20175   (Light snack included)
  (park in District Court lot or corner of North & Slack St)

Participants of our classes and readers of our book, The Truth, are individuals who embrace equality, who are inspired by love, and who desire Spiritual Unity.

Seminar Description:

The research is clear: People and organizations that manage opposing factors and goals outperform those that don't – both in the short term and the long term. Polarities go by a variety of names: paradoxes, dilemmas, or competing values. High performance leaders develop a tacit wisdom about managing polarities. Their experience and intuition has led to a natural ability, as F. Scott Fitzgerald said, to “hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.” When polarities are managed to obtain the best of both conditions, the tension between the poles is converted into creative energy and an environment for positive change is guaranteed. Conversely, if tension is poorly balanced or ignored, stagnation and instability lead to destructive energy and chaos.

Cliff Kayser is founder and president of Xperience® LLC, headquartered in Washington, D.C. with retreat facilities in Berkeley Springs, WV. Cliff has degrees in Organizational Development, Human Resources, and Executive Leadership Coaching. You can contact him at: http://www.xperienceit.com/

Students will learn:

·Nature of polarities and how to map polarities

·Background and context for Polarity Management®

·Critical importance of managing polarities in complex times

·Difference between problems to solve and polarities to manage

·Difference between “either/or” thinking and the value of “both/and” thinking

The Truth

The Truth (2006) presents a history of the 5 primary religions and their prophets, and challenges readers to decide whether these now ancient belief systems are more focused on promoting Spiritual Unity or perpetuating religious separation.

The Love (due 2008) contains essays, short stories, and poetry on various topics of love, to remind us of what we are to learn while our souls appear locked on the Earth Plane.

The Light (due 2011) explores the exalted yet accessible nature of the Supreme Being in a manner that is consistent with a sophisticated 21st Century human mind and experience.


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