Polly Campbell is author of the new book, Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People. Polly is a writer and speaker specializing in personal development and spirituality topics. Her work appears regularly in national publications and she is a blogger with Psychology Today, and a teacher for Daily Om. For more than two decades, Polly has studied and applied the techniques she writes and speaks about to her own life. Polly and her family live in Beaverton, OR.
Recently, when I was in Southern California to interview Daphne Rose Kingma, author of “The Future of Love,” I had the great good fortune to meet with with Suzanne Whang, who had interviewed me on Karma Air some months before.
What a dynamo! Not only is Suzanne a beautiful, wild and crazy, comedienne and actress, she is a self-proclaimed “self-improvement slut” who is fast becoming an articulate spokesperson for women’s political empowerment. Case in point: her portrayal of the galvanizing Sister Giant event (Facebook event page) that was recently hosted by Marianne Williamson.
In this incredibly personal and moving account, Suzanne articulates what we are all up against in making a conscious effort to evolve into a non-patriarchal society, one that respects and honors the feminine (including the intuitive arts, I presume), and how we can turn our longing for a more humane and balanced world into political action. A powerfully good read … thank you, Suzanne!
Kathy Freston shares her book, Expect a Miracle: 7 Spiritual Steps to Finding the Right Relationship. She is a self-help author and wellness counselor; she specializes in a body/mind/spirit approach for bringing about health and happiness. Freston has worked with people healing from cancer, addiction, and depression as well as those who simply want to live consciously and healthfully.