Rev Lynnea Jardine on Open Conversations 08-28-16 (archive)

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The archive is up! (click here) Thanks again to Rev Lynnea Jardine for being such a wonderful guest on the show! Powerful show on grief and loss and finding compassion for ourselves and others.

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Lynnea Jardine is a master of spiritual, psychological redesign. In Lynnea’s private practice, individuals and family clients primarily are struggling with breakups, loss and uncertainty of purpose. Lynnea developed her unique style through her complimentary health care, cross cultural, spiritual and religious studies. Lynnea helps people solve spiritual and emotional challenges, transform uninspired behaviors and open our mind to our greater potential.

Founder of the Spiritual Care Institute, Rev Lynnea and team spiritually companion folks to find wholeness and wellness in the midst of crisis and challenge, as well as times of delight. Some of the services offered are counseling, classes, rituals and ceremonies, support groups, annual retreats, equipping folks with anticipatory knowledge, tools and practical applications.

As an ordained minister with the Centers for Spiritual Living, Rev Lynnea Jardine specializes in Pastoral Care and Spiritual Counseling. Teaching classes, leading ceremonies, producing conferences in greater Puget Sound, throughout the United States, Sydney, Australia, Vancouver, Canada, Crete and most recently co-led a spiritual retreat in Bali.

Rev Lynnea effectively trained hundreds of volunteers, who responded to thousands of requests for spiritual companioning in times of crisis and challenge.

Additionally, Rev Lynnea has a unique gift of equipping folks to be a sacred presence for the death and dying process.

Sign up early for the November retreat, Using Loss as a Turning Point for Growth©.

2017 Classes:

·         Spiritual Companioning self and others: Let’s talk about Grief and Loss, Death and Dying and Unattended Sorrow.

·         Finding Strength, Peace and Love in the Midst of Life’s Challenges;

·         Developing Compassionate Listening.

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