Welcome to the Association for Spiritual Integrity

Transforming the paradigm of spiritual leadership

The mission of the Association for Spiritual Integrity℠ (ASI) is to foster the fundamental role of strong ethical principles in the ongoing development of spiritual leaders and communities.
The ASI is a voluntary, inclusive, international organization of spiritual leaders, teachers and guides.
Membership is open to anyone in a position of spiritual leadership who agrees to abide by the ASI Honor Code of Ethics and Good Practice.

You are invited to explore the resources and information offered in this website, and to participate in our online events. We also welcome your feedback and suggestions for how ASI can better serve its members. Let’s keep the conversation going!

News & Events

Latest News

ASI Presentation At Harvard Divinity School

Recording Available to Watch

ASI Presentation At Harvard Divinity School Conference 

With many thanks to the team at HDS, we are glad to be able to share this recording of the ASI presentation Lessons From a Young Organization Making a Difference by Jac O’Keeffe, Philip Goldberg and Rick Archer from the Harvard Divinity School conference Uses and Abuses of Power in Alternative Spiritualities.  

This recognition from a leading theological institution is acknowledgement of the behind-the-scenes work we’ve been doing to transform the paradigm of spiritual leadership with a code of ethics, resources, education and peer support.

Regular Online Events

The ASI regularly sponsors online meeting events. Details will be posted below, whenever we have an upcoming event.

You are also welcome to browse our growing library of recorded past events.

ASI Honor Code of Ethics: #13, #14, #15

Registration is now open for our next online ASI Community Discussion Event webinar event.

All are welcome – ASI members and all our friends! Please register using the link below.

We normally share a recording here after the event. 

Details

Topic: ASI Honor Code of Ethics: #13, #14, #15
Date: June 5th 2023
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Pacific Time Zone 
Cost: Donations are gratefully accepted. However, there is no set cost to attend and all are welcome.
Registration: ⇩ Click the Register Now button at the bottom of this post

Description

ASI Members and Friends are welcome to our open community discussion on three tenets of the ASI Honor Code of Ethics:

  • #13 – Acknowledging that, regardless of our spiritual attainment, we are human beings with human personalities, limitations, drives, and needs.
  • #14 – Not seeking or presuming exalted privileges or glorified status because of our role as spiritual  teachers.
  • #15 – Never manipulating, exploiting, or deceiving a student to satisfy our personal aspirations, needs or desires.

Let’s explore these three points together. What do they mean to us, individually and collectively? Can they be misinterpreted? And more…

Our discussion will be facilitated and lightly guided by ASI Board Member Phil Goldberg.

Donations

While we offer this special online event at no cost for everyone to attend, please consider making a suggested donation of $20 or more to support the Association for Spiritual Integrity to continue sponsoring further events like this one.

All donations are made in USD funds. The ASI is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt corporation.

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If you are intending to attend the live event, please also register just below.

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When you have completed the registration, you will receive an email containing a unique link for Zoom to join the meeting.

If you do not receive an email from Zoom after registering, please contact us with your name and email address so that we can resend your registration details.

We recommend that you update to the latest version of Zoom prior to the meeting date, for the best experience.

We look forward to seeing you on the call!

Video Replay

After the event, you will normally be able to watch the replay here. Sometimes this is not possible, for privacy or technical reasons.