The Enlightened Spiritual Teacher Summit 2013

lamatuttejiExperience A Free Series of Expert Mentoring Sessions
Live or via Interactive Skype sessions 

October 8th – 18th

Discover the secrets the world’s top gurus, swamis, rinpoches, tulkus, achaans, roshis, and senseis use to …

  • Build long term, mutually satisfying relationships with disciples. 
  • Market in a way that has authenticity and drives results.
  • Keep themselves and their disciples motivated.
  • Consciously create sanghas that inspire loyalty, sensuality, and generosity.
  • Transmit enlightenment while enjoying a profitable business.

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  • Do you want to build a thriving sangha that leaves a legacy of positive karma for decades to come?
  • Are you excited about growing a triple bottom line lineage with strong, stable profits, while focusing on authentic enlightenment and concern for your students – and the spiritual lineage itself?
  • Do you feel the calling of a more profitable approach to the Dharma?
  • Are you ready to take the leap and leave behind “meditation as usual,” and step onto the bleeding edge where students pop left and right?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, the experts in the Enlightened Teachers Summit will give you everything you need to foster a truly thriving sangha and a vibrant, fun, and profitable dharma.

These top business leaders and teachers will help you make the shift:

* Tutteji Wachtmeister
* Dietrich Trolle
* Chuck Genkaku Johnzen Roshi
* Hillary Hilton Roshi
* The Dharma Dorks

An Untapped Market is Waiting for You!

The great news is that when you make this shift, you also become the kind of spiritual Master that appeals to the vast (and growing) Cultural Creatives’ market.

These highly conscious, caring, ingenious people are actively seeking new paradigm forms of spirituality and meditation practice, where the bottom line includes far more than just silent sitting: mutual profitability,  sustainability, positive social impact, and many other factors.

And when they learn that you share their values, you earn their donations.

The Cultural Creative market is valued at $290 billion, and growing rapidly. Rather than looking for the best sangha, they will go out of their way to find the best match for what they believe in.

Whether you’re a veteran roshi, a young tulku, or run a small-scale online enlightenment service – if you want to tap into this market, you need to know how the spiritual landscape is evolving, and how to navigate through that changing landscape.

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6 thoughts on “The Enlightened Spiritual Teacher Summit 2013

  1. Tutteji, I can maybe fit you in for a few days between my Zurich and Barcelona tours. This will mean that I will have my usual entourage with me though, so best book some more rooms, hey. There will be my chef de cuisine, sous-chef, sommelier and usual sundry food attendants. My masseuse, personal fitness instructor, IT people, film and sound crew, “Lama Care” scouts and of course, my usual assortment of consorts (always good insurance if local talent is a bit light-on).
    I will be most attentive to what you have to say regarding loyalty in the Sangha. There have been problems on this front lately, what with internet lynch mobs and “the documentary”, if you know what I mean…

    Have you minions talk with my minions to organize,

    Soygal

      • Excellent! I look forward to your masterful modern-day spiritual strategies. They are beyond, beyond – bodhi svāhā !!

        Soygal.

        P.S. Oh, one less room required for the Summit. I have just fired my personal fitness instructor. She seems incapable of getting results.

    • Hi Sog, nice to have you here.

      You see any chances for your very good friend HH Dalai Lama to come in for a teaching? Something like “The Spiritual Aspects of Rape Culture” or so?

      Sincerely yours, Master Meth

      • Oh, Dalai he’s not my very good friend. He’s just a big pussy. We have a very good arrangement though. If he dish the dirt on me I dish the dirt on him. So this is good for me, good for him. We can all get on with “business” … hahaha.

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