Join us for our first podcast of Awakening Spirituality. Awakening Spirituality is a safe, nonjudgmental space to explore your spirituality and share with other seekers.
In the first half of this episode we talk with Tina Heathers who introduces us to the concept of an online spiritual community, what it encompasses and offers those seeking spiritual exploration. She invites you to listen in to one of our podcasts, join a webinar, listen to others sharing their stories about their spiritual journeys, see if it resonates for you. Spirituality can be anything that makes you aware of the sense that there is more to you than just a biological physical being. That there is something greater brewing within you. That your mind can sense information and experiences with no logical explanation. There is way more out there you could be experiencing if you are brave enough to become a spiritual explorer. And, if you are ready to question your traditional beliefs and hidden bias and conditioning. You can contact Tina by email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: www.awakeningspirituality.ca or join our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=awakening%20spirituality You can visit Tina's personal website at : www.thesilencewithin.com or email her at email@example.com
In the second half of this episode we speak with Susan Scott, and author and editor who encourages documenting journeys, which is the spiritual life story work, at it's heart is about storytelling. Her lifelong passion has been for powerful, transformative stories that inspire healing change. She does this through creative writing, but also helping anyone who’s willing to grapple with the whole gloriously messy range of human experience. Susan is on a mission to make up for lost time, to circle back and find lost voices and perspectives, to bring everyone into the circle. To give the voices of the human experience that have been lost or overlooked; other voices that weren't valued, people's stores that weren't collected and preserved. Women's voices, who were who were actively suppressed.
Visit her website: https://susanlscott.twohornedbull.ca/ or email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out her book: Body & Soul groundbreaking volume on a taboo subject.
In next month's episode (November), we will be speaking with Mary Jean Belrose about Circle Drumming and to Heather Oliver and exploring Nature Walks. Subscribe to the podcast to be sure not to miss it.