Author: karinjironet

A group of legal women invited me to guide them through a retreat focusing on developing their female leadership qualities. To get away from the city and the major financial institutions where many of them...

I travelled to a monastery in Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha in 563BCE where I had the great privilege of attending a one-week intensive meditation under the guidance of Venerable U Vivekananda. U Vivekananda...

It was a great honor for me to be invited to speak at the Guild of Pastoral Psychology (http://www.guildofpastoralpsychology.org.uk/index.php/home-page) of which C.G. Jung is founder patron. The theme of the year was Through The Spaces...

Peter Senge presented his work elegantly and eloquently. He spoke to the power of listening as a means of bringing forth something new. He talked about how to ‘listen someone into listening’ as part of...

For seven years, De Baak has organized the annual Dutch Labor Relations Journey. It was started as an initiative by the CEO, Harry Starren, to create an opportunity for the different parties of the Dutch...

The Urs celebration is a commemoration of the passing away of a Sufi Saint. I attended the Urs for Hazrat Inayat Khan, celebrated at the Dargha in the Basti, Nizamuddin. This year’s Urs was hosted...

The In Claritas (www.inclaritas.com) retreat in Nice was built around a practice that enhances awareness of how to consciously experience living with the small and big cycles that are beyond any personal narrative of life. During...

Anil Sachdev, founder of the School of Inspired Leadership (SOIL), a private business school located close to Delhi, kindly invited Anne Stadler and me to join him in working with a group of about 25...