"Janus Lecture Series On Relationships" provides key
elements to serve and help the listener manage their
everyday relationships with competence and
consciousness. Unless you are living in a cave at
the top of Mt. Ararat, most everyone alive today is
required to be in relationship with one or more
people in their lives. Knowledge is indeed, power.
If wisdom is utilized with integrity, relationships
will thrive and grow, immeasurably. Ms.
Meiklejohn-Wilsonís treatise on Adam and Eve stems
from her skilled background in the art of Esoteric
Christianity. Ms. Meiklejohn-Wilson has a
remarkable ability to bring the Bible to life through
the auspices of the psychological study of the
Gospels and parables. Much of humanity is centered
on how we relate to each other as well as how we
relate to the Higher. Sacred psychology contains
the missing links, solving many mysterious
principles, precepts and messages, replete within
the tests of hallowed literature.
Meet Shirra Meiklejohn-Wilson, MAR
Wilson has traveled her own inner, psychological
territory, beginning with a classic, expansive,
numinous Vision in 1976. That moment was the start
of a lifelong journey toward spiritual development and
her immersion into a 4,000 year-old discipline called
The Fourth Way; sometimes known simply as "The
Earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Trinity
College in Hartford, Connecticut, she continued her
ecumenical studies at Yale Divinity School, graduating
with a Masters of Arts in Religion in 1987.
Volunteering at Brandford Hospice, while acquiring a
clinical pastoral education at the University of
Connecticut, Ms. Meiklejohn-Wilson entered into a
career of private practice, counseling individuals, both
in the fields of crisis and spiritual awakening.
Ms. Meiklejohn-Wilson founded the Spiritual
Development Guild in Connecticut and became it's
director for the next ten years, transferring the school
to North Carolina in 1990. Spiritual Development
Guild was created as a Fourth Way School of personal
development, utilizing the teachings of esoteric
Christianity, sacred psychology and Fourth Way
principles and precepts. Not long after arriving in
North Carolina, Ms. Meiklejohn-Wilson became the
court-appointed offender counselor for Polk County.
While living in the foothills of the Blue Ridge
Mountains and raising her four children, Ms.
Meiklejohn-Wilson organized the Sojourner Institute,
incorporating the Sojourner Pass Community, a tenacre
estate where students attend classes,
participate in sacred dance, collective activities and
intensives, conducted in the Fourth Way tradition. Ms.
Meiklejohn-Wilson also established the Sojourner Pass
Press, publishing Fourth Way textbooks, pamphlets,
newsletters and articles based on Work knowledge.
Ms. Meiklejohn-Wilson is a modern-day mystic who
has been teaching The Fourth Way discipline since the
1980's, documenting her experiences, revelations and
lectures, every step of the way, via a series of
illuminating discourses on CDs.