Being a healer: Interview with Kerri Chinner

So many incredible people have come into my life over the last 3 years as I’ve been on this healing journey and it’s just such a privilege to be able to share them with you.

Today, you’re going to meet Kerri Chinner of Inner Essence, another luminous soul I’ve encountered along the way. Kerri and I had a terrific chat which we recorded about trauma being the gateway to grace, the wounded healer, [radical] forgiveness, the holy work of the Hoffman Process, cancer and dying. And despite these serious topics, we also managed to have a really good laugh along the way. And there is no doubt that Kerri’s inner essence simply sparkles! When I grow up, I want what she has!

Kerri’s journey reminds me of this quote by Carl Jung:

“There is no coming to consciousness without pain.
People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul.
One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light,
but by making the darkness conscious.”

So grab yourself a cuppa, get comfy and just be as you listen to our chat.

Here are the links to Kerri’s Facebook pages:

Inner Essence Holistic Therapy

Living with Cancer

If you’ve enjoyed this video, Kerri and I got together again on Blab on Monday, 1 February at 11 am AEDT. We talked about illness being a message from spirit and about owning your edge so you can rock your sparkle.  We also talked about consciousness generally and Kerri described the dimensions beyond the 3rd dimension. The replay is here: Being the Owner of Your Edge.

Blab will show you what time it will be in your timezone 🙂

So that’s it for this week. If you are wanting to give yourself the gift of meditation in 2016 and live in Melbourne, check out the Introduction to Meditation courses starting on 10 February HERE >>>>>

If you are not in Melbourne and want to do something on line, then I’ll have some news for you a bit later in the year.

Otherwise, things will be a bit quiet here over the next 2 weeks as I head off on retreat. Watch out for the next blog post on 1 February.

As always, until then be happy. Be well.

And so be it.

Jane x

About Jane Treleaven

Jane Treleaven is a meditation teacher and health coach empowering people to be happy and well through just being, essentially being.

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