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Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying

Kathleen Lindstrom

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Kathleen Lindstrom sold her soul to corporate America for more than 25 years as an award-winning writer in PR and Communication departments. She currently volunteers her time at the Benedictine Center in Maplewood, a haven she considers her spiritual home. Six of her short stories have been published in literary magazines. A seventh is scheduled to appear in the St. Anthony Messenger. Copyright © 2006 Kathleen Lindstrom. All rights reserved

Listening to the Voice of our Knowing Bodies

In this age of emails, cell phones, satellites and instant messaging, there is one critical form of communication we tend to ignore. Its voice...

Food of the Gods: Chocolate Deepens our Spiritual Lives

It can be hard or soft, bitter or sweet, dark or light (sometimes even white), dipped in nuts, filled with caramel, mixed with milk or...

Upcoming Events at Loyola and Benedictine Centers

Loyola: Enneagram SalonsLoyola Spirituality Center presents a series of Enneagram Salons for those who have a basic understanding of the Enneagram concept and have...

Two Spiritualities

Statistics are telling the story: Membership in churches continues to decline. The closing and consolidation of Catholic parishes confirm a turning away from traditional...

Retirement Years: Living with Passion and Purpose

When Lee Iacocca retired from the auto industry in the mid 1990s, he thought he had it made. He had millions of dollars in...

Sin & the Cinema

MAPLEWOOD, Minn. - If being a "romantic" disqualifies you for the religious life, Carole Sweely wouldn't be celebrating her 50th year in the convent...

Finding Balance: How To Find Peace Parenting Young Children

Sam Rahberg, is a 29-year old dad who drops off his 21-month old daughter, Zoe,at the babysitter’s every day before work. The picture he...

Mindfulness: the art of living with dying

One library in St. Paul offered a six-week series of talks this winter that drew standing-room only crowds. Such interest may surprise you, because...

Interview With Artists Elisabeth Horst And Virginia Matter

In her practice as a therapist, Elisabeth Horst saw many clients experiencing depression due to bad work environments. So she'd walk them through processes...