Transformational Possibilities: Journeying Towards Wholeness

Mark Twain said “Your eyes won’t do you any good if your imagination is out of focus.” Inner work enables us to find extraordinary strengths and resources in the hidden depths of our own subconscious, using dreams and the imagination
for a journey of inner transformation.  Beth will share the geography of her own inner landscape and her heroine’s journey with the help of her hero, Joseph Campbell.

Bio:  Beth Kingsley Hawkins is a third generation Universalist, growing up in New England in Marblehead, Massachusetts. She is still a 55 year member of the First Unitarian Church there but now resides in Sedona, Arizona, with her husband Ross and their petite golden doodle, Sunny. Beth’s background and extensive work with music and imagery as a board-certified music therapist, has evolved into a ministry of arts and spirituality through her photography. She is a professional nature photographer and her Sedona Hummingbird Gallery features her images of nature that she calls “Holy Originals”.  Rev. Linda and Gary spent time in Sedona with Beth last summer. They knew right away that she was a kindred spirit. They are happy to welcome Beth and Ross to Sierra Vista and glad that Beth will be bringing some of her cards and books for anyone interested in purchasing them.

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