Announcements from the Profession of Kinlein: Coming in January, 2022

Book Clubs are forming to read and discuss A New View of Being Human

Written and edited by pioneers in a relatively new field of caring, this book introduces concepts and ideas that emerged as practitioners cared with clients, focusing on the “gold” within each person. Readers often discover their own gold within as they consider the ideas presented in this book.

The book club format allows time to read and discuss each section and will meet weekly beginning mid-January. Book clubs meet in person locally in Anchorage or via Zoom with no cost except for the purchase of the book.
For more information with specific times and locations, please contact Victoria Jenkins, CPK or Kay Alley, CPK via email at instituteofkinlein@kinlein.org

A new series of classes in the Program of Study at the Institute of Kinlein, Anchorage will be offered January 27 through March 3, 2022

Classes present an in-depth, formal study of the theory and premises of the Profession of Kinlein.
At the heart of this new caring profession is the truth that every human being has power to take action in living life day-by-day, moment-to-moment. In the Profession, this power is termed “esca.” Course content in this series presents complex and intriguing aspects of persons moving in esca and offers new perspectives in looking at purpose and values, relationships, decisions, and listening.

A brochure for the entire Program of Study is available upon request.

The first course: Stoa I: POS 501, Philosophy Applied in Living Life, will be offered January 27 through March 3, 2022. We will meet once per week for six weeks: Thursday mornings 10:00 am – 12:30 pm (Alaska Standard Time) at the Institute on Nathaniel Court in Anchorage. Although in-person learning is optimum, the classes will be offered simultaneously via Zoom.

These classes will be small in student number in order for the best learning atmosphere to be maintained. The classes are very interesting; familiar concepts are presented from a perspective that may seem new at first glance, but is actually a perspective that has stood the test of time and scrutiny.

If you wish to take this first course, please respond to this email and a registration form will be sent to you. If you have questions or would like to request a brochure, please email the Institute at instituteofkinlein@kinlein.org or call us—phone numbers at https://www.kinlein.org/contact-us/.

Sincerely your faculty,
Mary Bolin, CPK and Kay Alley, CPK