Seasoned professional. Super creative. Somewhat quirky
For years, I was not a fan of ceremonies. I was the one who headed off to my happy place, both at church (sorry, Minister buddies) and in public ceremonies. Later, when I became a professional who worked in front of/with groups, it morphed into “wow…such a profound moment…and almost everyone is off in their happy places!”
Seems to me we are all longing for connection…to each other and to this marvellous life… and for a sense of meaning in this fast-paced world. And ceremony is supposed to give us that. So that’s what I aim for.
Here’s what I tap into to make that happen:
Years of experience working with groups. A seasoned facilitator, I have the skills and experience to read a room and to raise the energy within it.
I listen and ask good questions. I put your story front and centre and let it shine. I may perform your ceremony, but I do not perform. It’s all about you.
A deep appreciation for professionalism in its most positive form – for me, that’s mutual respect, striving for excellence, minding the details and following through.
My own spiritual development began in a traditional mainstream church, and moved to “more spiritual than religious” after years of personal study. I am comfortable with and knowledgeable about both world religions and modern spirituality.
I am a Modern Metaphysical Minister, who like most of us in BC, finds a more profound connection to spirit in nature than within four walls once a week. If you are fully engaged in life, thoughtful, and yet spiritually searching, come and join us at The New Thought Community of Vancouver Island. Regular updates are provided on our facebook page.
My offbeat sense of creativity has allowed me to do everything from raffle a stuffed pheasant in a memorial service to play a restaurant hostess before a surprise wedding.
I’m pretty good with a punch line, especially, when things don’t go as planned. Better at unstuffy than seriously formal. Able to roll with the punches.
I’m a work in progress, but aren’t we all?