Dr. Christine Spretnjak serves as President of the School of Metaphysics. Christine chose this role as President because of her commitment to Universal Truth and living in harmony with Truth. It is her greatest fulfillment to engage with others in ways that are both healing and wholesome, and it is through this avenue of service that she finds deep satisfaction.
Christine began her journey formally as a student in the School of Metaphysics in October 2005 in the Indianapolis, Indiana branch, and has since earned every certification that the School of Metaphysics has to offer all in a pursuit of happiness, and the discovery of what it means to be human. She has come to learn that happiness increases as we come to know who we are individually, and fulfill the purpose of our existence.
Doctorate in Metaphysics, College of Metaphysics, Windyville, MO, 2015
Doctorate of Divinity, School of Metaphysics, 2013
Psi Counseling, School of Metaphysics, 2015
Qui Docet Discit, School of Metaphysics, 2011
Respondere, School of Metaphysics, 2008
B.A. in Computer Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 2004
2016 – Present, Member Board of Governors School Of Metaphysics
January 2016-Present, President, School of Metaphysics
The School of Metaphysics is a 501(c)(3) educational and service organization with 14 branches in 8 states and World Headquarters in Missouri.
2007 – present Instructor, School of Metaphysics
Christine teaches mind and consciousness, and the skills to aid in the evolvement of the self through daily mental exercises i.e. concentration, visualization, meditation, and the study of dreams to know the Self. She has learned that it’s through the act of teaching and sharing of herself that her own learning accellerates multifold. She teaches both beginning and advanced classes.
2013 – present Area Director, School of Metaphysics
Christine supervises three school branches. She has the opportunity to teach directors of those branches, teachers and students to grow in awareness and understanding of their true Selves through practical experience. Directors and teachers learn about who they are in relationship to others, and also in relationship to their own unique desires and aspirations.
2015 – present Ordained Minister, Interfaith Community of Metaphysics