The Institute of Kinlein was formed in 1983 to meet the need for education and research in the profession of kinlein. There are opportunities to study either by enrolling in the Program of Study or by participating in non academic enrichment courses.
The Program of Study at the Institute offers courses in 4 divisions of content:
Philosophy Applied in Living Life
Theory of Moving in ESCA
Human Relationships Throughout Life
The Practice of Kinlein
Graduates of the Program of Study at the Institute are eligible to sit for the Examination for Certification to practice kinlein.
Non-academic courses are offered in a variety of content areas such as:
The Book Club - A review of A New View of Being Human. See book description on publication page.
Effective Listening - The art and science of listening.
Productive Communication - A class for those interested in honing their ability to convey ideas, information and "what I mean" more effectively.
Who Am I and Why Am I Here? - Forum for considering identity and purpose in life.
What Am I Doing With Who I Am? - For anyone interested in maximizing their fulfillment in living this life that has been given each one of us.
On Trust and Trusting - The root of issues involving one's expression of trust in self and in regard to others.
A Class for Grownups - I made it this far, what now?
Kinlein Discourse - Concepts universal to living life from the unique perspective of each participant.