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Religious and Spiritual Leaders –
The Calling You Have is Real. Your Work Matters.
But the Demands of Spiritual Life and Leadership Can be Overwhelming.
I know how you feel!
When I was a minister, I preached about spiritual empowerment but had only occasional spiritual experiences and temporary emotional highs. I suffered from depression and intellectual doubts about my faith and felt like a hypocrite. I was afraid to ask for help because I might lose my job or even my salvation. And I secretly hated prayer and spiritual practice because I got questionable results. I hoped this was just a passing phase and people wouldn’t notice, but things just got worse.
If you’re like me, a traditional education didn’t prepare you for the issues people face in the modern world, with access to limitless knowledge and diverse spiritual practices. Can we learn from other religions, science, and atheists without losing our spiritual center? And people are increasingly skeptical of fearful teachings about divine judgment and sexual control. What if we are unknowingly hurting the people we’re trying to heal? Maybe you are suffering from your own religious trauma in isolation.
Let’s get real: Burn-out is inevitable if you keep doing things the same way. Many religious and spiritual communities are dying out because their leaders refuse to face reality. It happens like this: your passion starts to fade, declining attendance, money problems. You may feel trapped and fantasize about getting a different job. But what happened to your original calling?
I’m here to help! I am hired by religious and spiritual leaders who want to transform their leadership and spiritual connection so that they feel divinely empowered. When leaders work with me, I take them through The Divinity Template Program. The Divinity Template is a process that helps religious and spiritual leaders connect with their divine potential and lead from a place of wholeness and inspiration.
In the process, we use a set of simple questions to work through obstacles and blockages that leaders have and help them connect with their deeper calling. How it works is I’m hired to work either one on one or in groups and we go through my signature divinity template process over the course of 8 weeks. Every week we move through a series of modules designed to help the leaders I work with to transform their leadership and spiritual connection so they feel divinely empowered.
Book me to speak, work through the Divinity Template Program, or get coaching to heal from religious trauma: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Andrew Jasko: Master of Divinity (M.Div.), Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) in progress: Andrew helps spiritual leaders deepen spiritual connection and transform their leadership through experiencing divine-identity (godliness). He also offers coaching for individuals to heal from religious trauma. Andrew was born the son of a minister and became a preacher and missionary to India. He studied theology at Wheaton College and got his Master of Divinity at Princeton Seminary. Andrew’s relationship with God was his passion, but unhealthy religious teachings caused him an anxiety disorder, sexual repression, and unsatisfied spiritual longing. After an agonizing crisis of faith, Andrew left his ministry career and became a materialist atheist. Then, Andrew had an unexpected awakening to authentic spiritual experiences and found wholeness through diverse psychological and spiritual practices. Andrew is working on his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at California Institute for Integral Studies. Andrew is hired by religious and spiritual leaders who want to transform their leadership and spiritual connection so that they feel divinely empowered. The Divinity Template is a process that helps religious and spiritual leaders connect with their divine potential and lead from a place of wholeness and inspiration, working through obstacles and blockages that leaders face to connect with their deeper calling. Andrew’s writing and talks can be found at lifeafterdogma.org.