Conscious Living, Conscious Dying coach Heron Diana will present a new workshop, “Walking a Heart-Centered Path to Healing,” which will clarify the difference between curing and healing and is designed to help people break barriers of self-doubt and discover the power and resources they have within for healing.
“Whether it is healing from an illness or trauma, people come to me unsure of their part in the healing process,” Heron says. “In this workshop, they will learn skills that will allow them to understand where they are stuck and how old patterns hold them back. These are key steps towards self-healing.”
“Walking a Heart-Centered Path to Healing,” co-facilitated with Bea VueBenson, LMFT, will allow participants to experience the freedom to create what they need for self-healing. This workshop will be offered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, and again on March 28 at 7400 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis.
With her early background as a medic and hospice worker, and later working with people with AIDS, Heron has keen insight into what prevents people from believing they can heal themselves. She also has personal experience in overcoming emotional and physical trauma.
“Heron Diana is the most honest person I’ve ever met,” says Ellen Benavides, an independent consultant. “She is direct, compassionate and funny. With a fully open heart and gentle presence, she establishes immediate trust and put clients at ease. Because Heron really listens, she facilitates conversations with individuals or groups needing to resolve difficult issues. As a coach, she encourages people to identify and build upon their own skills and strengths.”