The Clarion Way is based on the philosophical teachings as revealed in The Soul and Service Trilogy. Courses focus on and follow the framework of the three books in The Trilogy. The hallmark of The Clarion Way courses is the personal one-on-one periodic consultations with an assigned faculty member featured in each course.

The following courses are currently being offered:

Born to Serve

A three-month course based on Born to Serve: The Evolution of the Soul through Service that supports you in experiencing service as an expression of the soul’s evolution. You will integrate knowledge and experience concerning the soul-service connection by strengthening the awareness of the relationship between your motives for serving and the quality of your service.

The Awakened Leader

A four-month course based on The Awakened Leader: Leadership as a Classroom of the Soul that supports you in experiencing Stage Five leadership as a classroom for the soul’s evolution.

People are increasingly motivated by a need to learn, to experience the inner fulfillment that comes from using their gifts to serve others, and to put their spirituality into action.
~ Susan S. Trout, PhD, The Clarion Call

The Universal Tributes

Ten four-week lessons which can be taken independently of one another.  Based on the Universal Tributes in Born to Serve: The Evolution of the Soul through Service, this course supports you as you learn to monitor your inner state and choose outer actions that serve the wellbeing of yourself and others.

Universal Tributes Lessons include:

Entering the 5th Dimension: A Clarion Call for a New World

A two-month course that provides a context for understanding ten shifts that are currently occurring as old structures and belief systems collapse and new ones emerge.

Bringing Civility to the Workplace

A three-month course to support you in developing and applying practical communication skills that enhance civility in the leader-group relationship.

Civility and Healing the Gossip Habit
A two-month course to support you in exploring the value of communicating with strength, skill, and kindness.

Disclaimer: The Institute for the Advancement of Service does not provide medical or mental health care.  As such, our courses are not intended to be psychotherapy, medical therapy, or a substitute for either one. Participants are required to assume self-responsibility for their wellbeing by seeking, when appropriate, psychological and medical professional care. As co-partners in the courses in which they are enrolled, participants are asked to set intentions, do assignments, respect IAS communication guidelines, and in all ways participate with self-responsibility for their wellbeing.

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