Who is Soul?
Soul Dancer enjoys a unique birth name as well a life as a private spiritual teacher, coach, key-note speaker, live-talk radio show host and syndicated columnist. Soul is the Founder of Soul University and author of Pay Me What I’m Worth. His life journey includes earning a masters in social work and a bachelors in human relationships from the University of Minnesota. His travels take him to 20+ countries to receive training and offer teaching as a social worker, monk and shaman.
Soul is on a massive mission! Goal: to care for caregivers locally and globally. Click for details.
Pay Me What I’m Worth has blossomed into local to global grass roots movement to reduce stress and increase confidence. Visit Pay Radio! Talk-radio worth listening to – to laugh and grow with ease and grace.
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Soul insights . . .
Over the past four decades I witness myself and others (people, programs, companies, communities, countries, movements, etc.) hold onto unhealthy habits. What’s your take on shame, worry, guilt, fear, peer – pressure, expectations, history, illness and related life diminishing ways of living?
Parasitic relationships eventually consumes all involved. Symbiotic relationships inspires growth. I seek to grow healthy symbiotic connections. Grow how? Change! Change on all levels, body, mind and spirit. With every breath I take, I change. I’ve come to know change as my friend. How friendly is change for you?
My life accomplishments may impress some. What I’ve done or who I’ve had the honor to know is not important. Names, titles and related social dressings cover what we all are inside – souls. Souls who eat, breath and experience joy and pain the same as any other soul. My deepest desire is that each soul savors more kindness than they know what to do with!
As you consider your next steps in life kindly remember to be KIND to yourself. If you’ve forgotten how to be kind to yourself it’s time you join me in class.
I wish you a most refreshing day . . . every day . . .