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BGO-31: Mission and Meaning

Module BGO-31: Mission and Meaning

Life as a spiritual journey

Supporting the Self in search for meaning

Topics include:

  • This module provides the third lens for looking at an individual biography. This time by exploring the inner journey, the individual search for meaning or the spiritual journey through life.That is, becoming aware of the spiritual biography.
  • Awaken to the associated vocational journey, the outer journey.
  • Reflect on the unique life mission.
  • Share pivotal moments and spiritual gems (e.g. meaningful texts and practices) from our life journey with fellow Trainees.

Online group-work explores:

  • First orientation – finding a starting point and motivation to keep exploring.
  • Further orientation – finding something meaningful, practising exercises.
  • Present orientation – finding present spiritual home and spiritual practices.
  • Sharing of personal spiritual gems and their application.
  • Relating the spiritual journey to the vocational journey, the work in the world.

Course available for personal/professional development

This module within our Online Biography Training Program is also available as a stand-alone course for personal and/or professional development.

Learning Pack only: 150 AUD – from December 2022
Includes: comprehensive Study Guide with readings, activities, and individual preparation for group-work; recorded video lectures from Karl-Heinz Finke (with copy of the Visuals); and a personalised copy of our Biography Log-book. Available at any time. Time commitment: approximately 40 hours.

Entire course: 380 AUD – enrol – download before filling in
Learning Pack plus real-time Online sessions, 15 hours – 5 hours on each of 3 days – Friday to Sunday.
Online sessions are in real-time, with small group work sharing facilitated for 3-5 participants. Total time commitment: approximately 55 hours.
A Certificate of Participation is awarded if entire course completed.
Prior completion of either our Introductory course or Foundation course is recommended, but not required.