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Our world is in a time of crisis. Rapid change and daily calamities leave us feeling overwhelmed, disconnected and thrown off course from the sacredness of our lives. Thankfully, there is an ancient map that can guide and help us to remember our original state of interbeing.
Simple, yet richly layered with relevant truth, the medicine wheel offers luminous pathways to the divineharmony of our being. Join Carolyn Berry and explore the directions of the Stone Compass - a soul-centered map - to a destination of authentic happiness.
Carolyn Berry, who springs from native lineage (the Tongva Band of California Indians), has guided an American Indian Medicine Wheel Ceremony for over two decades. She has served in the capacity of a counselor, therapist and life coach for 42 years. Serving people and their communities is Carolyn’s passionate purpose. In Bethel, Alaska, where English was the second language (Yupik was the first), she held the position of Behavioral Health Director and was responsible to programs providing substance abuse and mental health delivery to primarily natives from the 47 villages of the region.
As a native hire, Carolyn, also functioned as the spiritual consultant for the construction of the first inhalant treatment center in the U.S. At the Los Angeles County Mental Health Department, she sat at Children Systems of Care committees for approximately 6 years, collaborating with a small army of concerned mental health professionals seeking better ways to serve children and their families in desperate need of mental health services.
Concerned about the insidious permeation of depression across the nation, Carolyn decided to learn more about our country’s folks and traveled its backroads for over 18 months. What she came across was a lot of disconnect, discontent, and cloistered irrational beliefs. Soon after these travels she authored her book, From Misery to Happiness. www.carolynberry.com
Next Program, Oct. 12 - The Physics of God
Intersections of Science and Spirituality
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