... years. MG – John E. Fetzer was very concerned that his esoteric, spiritual basis and mission of the Institute/Foundation ... the oneness of the human race. d. What was John E. Fetzer’s vision for the kind of foundation he would fund (e.g. grant-making read more...

Category: Trust Histories

... but the truth of the matter is that this is quite esoteric in its concept. People who are cut out of the norm pattern ... perhaps, but it is a kind of a goal. It is a kind of an esoteric aspect to this that does suggest that this building not be read more...

... Forge in the Winter of 1777, and that George Washington’s vision and message must be carefully and seriously considered. In ... future worldly events, but in its primordial meaning as a vision of mankind’s spiritual possibilities and obligations. Deep read more...

... It’s really essentially part of the call of the founding vision , and this is important from a historical standpoint. ... place that had been over Tibet according to the Western esoteric traditi on, had now recently moved , according to Jim’s read more...

... were the products of many influences, several of which were esoteric in origin; but given Fetzer’s private nature, few suspected ... Trust, set up by Fetzer to protect and preserve his vision and legacy. To that end, Tom has worked assiduously to read more...

... 80’s, and how that impacted the philosophy of the founding vision. Here’s another example: Right here, where Jesus actually ... the outer action. There’s an inner process to the founding vision of the Institute. Tom Can I chime in here a little bit? read more...

Category: Oral Histories

... for both of them. Go ahead, Bruce. Bruce Yes. This is the vision of the Insight Seminars. This is a statement from John ... Bruce John-Roger. Thank you for the correction. “Our vision is to provide transformational education for the upliftment read more...

... so let me fill us in. The date is going to be subject to revision. The topic of meeting Nathji came up in the first place ... it was formed well enough to where we would talk about very esoteric things. I believe it was Cleora who knew Ruth, and I read more...

... spiritual experience, at around 9 years of age circa 1910—a vision where he held onto the feet of Jesus and was pulled up into ... Michigan. Adventism at the time was directed by the visionary experiences of its recently deceased leader Ellen G. read more...

... paper, “The John E. Fetzer Institute: Our Identity and Our Vision.” The interrelated roles of beliefs, values, and inner ... practice/experience in the “Fetzer Vision” were brought up. In thinking about these notions, it read more...

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