Welcome to Transformation Talk. Every Thursday for a year, starting in September 2012, I’ll post an interview with someone who is a force for good in the world. These men and women have either deepened their passion or found their calling after experiencing a loss, trauma or diagnosis.
I want to broaden the conversation around grief and its transformative power. My hope is that in their words you’ll find echoes of your story. In their inspired actions, you’ll see yourself and your immense possibility.
*Special Request: The technology of Skype is amazing and imperfect. Please listen with your heart and forgive the occasional blips on the screen.
This week’s interview is with natural intuitive, soul-medium and shamanic practitioner Kimberely Arana. As a child she had a profound experience that led to years of grief, depression and addiction. As a young adult, a series of life-threatening situations led her to finally understand why she’s here on the planet at this time. She talks candidly about some of her big challenges and how she came to fall in love with life.
I’ve had a chance to work with Kimberely and she’s quite amazing. If the idea of communicating with your soul guide appeals to you, I invite you to take a look at the class she talks about in the video. You can find it here.
Bio and link to audio version are below. Running time is 33 minutes. If you’re seeing this in an email, click through the title to access the video.
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Kimberely Arana is a healer, mentor and teacher of spiritual growth and personal well-being, your Spiritual Instigator. She is the leader of unshakablesoul.com, created to help you cultivate a soul-driven life.
A natural intuitive, soul-medium, and initiated shamanic practitioner, she has well over two decades experience in deep spiritual awareness, magic + ritual, divine devotion and alternative healing. She holds a BA, Magna Cum Laude, from John F Kennedy University – a pioneer in consciousness studies and holistic health – and is a graduate of the Northwest School of Botanical Studies/ Professional Herbalist Program.