The Inner Temple Program Workshop

Dec 10 2010 9:00 am
Dec 12 2010 2:00 pm
Jim Kepner & Carol DeSanto
Price: $450.00


Friday 12-4pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm

Over our years of teaching a significant body of work has developed that offers a powerful and cohesive approach to spiritual development. It is steeped in ancient spiritual traditions and guided by the key principle behind everything at Pathways- it's the energy.

In this program workshop we will focus on:

  • Learning the principles and structural map of the Inner Temple
    and how it outlines the levels of consciousness that make up our
    multidimensional nature.
  • Energy practices that demonstrate the Inner Temple is intrinsic to our human nervous system.
  • Understanding the meaning and significance of initiation in the process of spiritual development.
  • Practice and personal assistance to enhance our connection with inner guidance.

In classic Pathways for Healing manner, we will draw from the full range
of possibilities including hands-on energy work, development of the
group energy field, presentations of sacred principles, and meditation

You can read more about the Inner Temple Program at:

See our description of the Inner Temple Program by clicking the link: The Inner Temple Program
For students enrolled in the Inner Temple Program in Spiritual Development at Pathways for Healing, this weekend includes the Friday Class (noon to 4pm) and the Saturday/Sunday workshop (10am-5pm each day).


This program is open to anyone interested in an energy-based approach to spiritual development. We ask that you:

  1. Fill out our online program application form
  2. And then register for the weekend at
  3. Or by calling (440) 446-9686.

The workshop fee of $450 includes the Friday class for free.

with Advanced Practitioner Certification are eligible for a further 10%
discount when paying by check or cash. Contact Carol directly.

Location: Jim Kepner's home
3372 Clayton Blvd., Shaker Hts., OH 44120 Map

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