Susan Trout Articles
The Institute will recognize its right place if its space conveys the spirit of its purpose, vision, and philosophy.
Caring for ourselves in today’s stressful world includes doing the necessary inner work to dissolve our obstacles to receiving and having a spiritual practice.
Finding and recognizing our right place is a spiritual matter of the heart
Not until we remember how to awaken to the cause of our forgetting and then address it will we remember our True Self.
How can we begin to heal our will?
Our will naturally develops in all of its aspects – strength, skill, goodness and connection to the Divine – when it is nourished.
Taking a step through the Aquarian doorway, we move out of the personal into the collective and out of duality into wholeness.
The ten Universal Tributes provide a road map for attaining self-transformation through service.
The group life curriculum consists of five soul lessons: shared vision, greater good, right relations, service, and to stand strong in group consciousness.
As an Aquarian classroom that embraces soul learning and service, leadership offers an opportunity to learn five soul lessons: vision, right relations, analysis, synthesis, and the ultimate soul lesson of standing alone.
We articulate a purpose, vision, and mission so it can be expressed in all aspects of the organization. In this sense, a group's philosophy is holographic.
When a group of any size agrees to be guided by its connection with one another and all others, its members cease considering themselves as individuals separate from humanity.
Looking within to discover the obstacles to the awareness of our true nature, we can experience the soul coming to full expression through the personality.
What is missing? Why don’t I feel enthusiastic and inspired about my place in the world? Where is the inner joy that I seek in my life?