Throughout history, seekers have sought guides to enlightenment. But the landscape is changing. Most of our gurus have passed, with no one taking their place. Millennials don’t journey to Indian ashrams like their forbearers in the 1960s.
Alan offers a 21st century solution in the form of one-on-one mentoring.
The process is usually accomplished with two monthly meetings. Here, you will encounter Story Theory. This is Alan’s method for helping you uncover your “original myth,” your truest self, then go beyond. Pointers are offered in responsive flow within the relationship of mentor and protege. These are complimented by ongoing readings and meditative exercises, and of course, consistent communication throughout the process.
Two things are needed to begin your journey. First is earnestness—a felt desire for freedom that’s powerful and focused. Second is humility. It’s important to understand that whatever knowledge you bring to the mentoring process may be irrelevant. A full cup can’t be filled. There must be space for onboarding wisdom. This as true for the attainment of executive presence as it is for spiritual awakening.
When earnestness and humility are ripe inside you, you’re ready to find your own authenticity and awakening through the mentoring relationship.