Saddhaloka On Reviewing The Preceptors' CollegePosted by Centre Team on Wed, 6 December, 2017 - 15:23
Over on the Adhisthana Kula space, Saddhaloka has been taking a look at the next stage of the College of Public Preceptors’, a central leadership body within our community.
Read ‘Reviewing How The Preceptors’ College Works’ by Saddhaloka
From his introduction:
The College of Public Preceptors has been growing and its make-up is changing. By next year we could have 45 active members, and it will inevitably continue to grow as the movement expands and more public preceptors are needed. Many of the founding generation still in the College have been coming together in all sorts of meetings and gatherings for 40 years. Quite a number of them are now approaching 70, or are already into their 70s. We have set a mandatory retirement age at 75, but it would be good to bring it down to 70, and in time to 65. As new generations come into the college and the elders move on, it is going to be important that there is an overlap of generations, so that experience and understanding accumulated over the years can be fully passed on.