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Many of us grew up with a strong impression of God as being scary, angry, one who punishes, created hell, or one who asks us to give up our dreams. We are given images of a stern father, but not a nurturing Mother. Later in life many of us rejected the belief in God, only to replace it with an understanding of God as a creative force that got everything rolling; one who set up cosmic laws, but who is impersonal and has left us on our own. But who among us has not longed to hear God's voice, has not longed to talk with God as we once did, when we were children? Michael Prosser encourages us to establish a personal relationship with God, using the form with which we can most easily relate. "They say in near death experiences that often people will see the God of their religion, so a Native American might see their animal guide, people often see Jesus or Mary, people who are Hindu talk about seeing Shiva, so it makes sense that God would show up in a way, in a face, that we could recognize . . . God is God, of course we can’t define God . . . God is so big, so vast, so indescribable, so if it helps to make your own God form, your own God head, to have an archetype that speaks to you, and allows you to connect, do it. But do it in a way that honors yourself, and honors how incredibly precious you are in that relationship." (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)
Michelle Prosser holds an M.A. degree in communication studies, and is President of Energy Focus Coaching and Consulting. She works with organizations and individuals to reach goals and manifest a better life. Before becoming a coach, Prosser worked for twenty years in government and politics, including holding leadership positions for three Virginia governors and a congressman.
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To learn more about the work of Michelle Prosser go to www.energyfocuscoaching.com.
Host: Justine Willis Toms Interview Date: 5/14/2008 Program Number: 3261
From Album: Celtic Ragas Artist: Chinmaya Dunster and Vidroha Jamie 1998 New Earth Records NE 9802-2
Opening Essay: Track 01 Chance Meeting Music Break 1: Track 02 The Mists of Ruantallain Music Break 2: Track 05 Tara Music Break 3: Track 09 Dorset
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