Mentoring

Science of Joy – audio

Science of Joy – audio

“I can translate their experience whether it’s with a boss, with children, with their health, their significant other; I translate all of that into “What is their spirit saying? What are they telling me about themselves?”

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Bimidisiwin, Living LIfe to the Fullest

Bimidisiwin, Living LIfe to the Fullest

“Bimidisiwin is an Ojibway word taught to me by one of my most influential spiritual teachers, Grandmother Keewaydinoquay. This word means, “living life to the fullest” and is a central concept to the Ojibway culture.. . .”

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Spiritual Process – audio

Spiritual Process – audio

“My background is education, holistic health and spiritual process. That’s what I bring as a mentor, a deep understanding of what is spiritual process; not only an understanding, but an amazing, incredible belief in the human spirit. . .”

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Opening to Joy – audio

Opening to Joy – audio

“I practiced what the yogis call ‘witness consciousness’ where I was able to be in it, and also see myself in it. I was in pain, and so lost, so dark; and yet there was another part of me that was kind of fascinated by it all. . .”

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Courage and Freedom – audio

Courage and Freedom – audio

“An important part of the process of personal freedom is an inward, isolated, dark time. Mainstream society often calls this time ‘depression.’ One of my most important messages is to know the difference between clinical depression and spiritual isolation. They are very different. . .”

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Beginning of Onani Mentoring – audio

Beginning of Onani Mentoring – audio

“I was sitting at my computer, looking over my backyard; the week after 9/11. I can feel this is a change of history, a change of consciousness, an opening to something in a completely different direction. . . “

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Sensuality of Joy – audio

Sensuality of Joy – audio

“Being raised by a former nun and a farm boy, then living in austere, secluded spiritual communities, I was kind of raised to deny sensuality, which later I learned was denying me, denying life. . .”

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