Destiny Lines: Sacred Activism for Peacemaking and Ending Violence with Rachel Mann PhD
Rachel Mann PhD
Join Rachel Mann, PhD, sacred activist, social scientist, healer and spiritual mentor and her amazing guests on her podcast, Destiny Lines: Sacred Activism for Peacemaking and Ending Violence as they explore the multidimensional sources and impacts of violence and how we can end the cycle for future generations into an enduring peace. In these tumultuous times, it is critically important to continue to build a Great Wave of Peace on a planetary level. Destiny lines are energetic pathways of light along which humanity and the planet travels from the dimension of the soul at the moment of birth and on into this physical time-space continuum, and from there, into the present and towards the future. We stand at a critical turning point in which violence in all its forms, from subtle to overt, unfolds and escalates in every corner of the world. To heal and end transgenerational cycles of violence and build a sustainable world, we must expand on and even change political, societal, psychological, and medical solutions to include spiritual practices, tools, and wisdom. Building the fires of compassion into practical actions will have an exponential impact on all the challenges we face, including war, genocide, racism, oppression, climate change, poverty, and economic justice.Tune into interviews with: Chris Saade, a psychological and philosophical teacher, trainer, life coach, and author of Rebellion of the Heart: Deep Authenticity, Bold Love, Passion, Strength, & Global Solidarity, and a new 6th book with co author Mandy Bird, Tears Are the Source of Your Passion: The Power of Authenticity & Grief(facebook.com/ChrisSaadeAuthor) .Mandy Bird, LCMHC Mandy Bird, LCMHC, licensed clinical mental health counselor, grief coach and specialist, speaker, and author of co author with Chris Saade, Tears Are the Source of Your Passion: The Power of Authenticity & Grief (mandybird.com/about).Chelan Harkin, Mystic Poet and author of Let Us Dance! The Stumble and Twirl with the Beloved (chelanharkin.com).Keith Morton, Professor of Public and Community Service, Providence College, Board Members and Volunteer with the Nonviolence Institute, and author of Getting Out: Youth Gangs, Violence and Positive Change.And others....Social activism is as sacred as our beloved world is to us.