This book serves as a friendly map to the spiritual process. Through its combination of knowledge and personal experiences, it examines the themes of love, enlightenment, silence, compassion, harmony and bliss.
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SOUL POWER is about the wisdom of ancient mystics woven together with stories of modern seekers in a powerful personal account of a journey towards wholeness. This book invites you to explore the factors that drain your spiritual energy, and what transformational forces restores it.
About the author Nikki De Carteret
Nikki is an international corporate consultant, transitions facilitator, lecturer, and coach who specializes in management training, professional and personal development and strategic planning processes. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Nikki has worked and lectured in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, international agencies, governmental, and non-governmental organizations (NGO’s). Nikki has organized and spoken at high-level dignitary and celebrity functions in New York, Washington, London, Athens, Amman, and at the United Nations. In January 2003 she co-facilitated a course in “Managing the Conflict Within” at the Justice Institute’s Center for Conflict Resolution in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Since 1992 Nikki has worked in the Middle East, extensively in Jordan, with key catalysts involved in human development, education, business, and governmental reform. In 2001 she headed a team in the design and facilitation of the first Arab Regional Forum for Young Entrepreneurs sponsored by the European Union.
Nikki began her career as a journalist and producer working with BBC TV in London. Later she worked as a freelance reporter for BBC World Service where she specialized in development and women’s affairs and contributed to Radio 1’s first documentary on AIDS.
She has also served prominently on the committees of international NGO projects. As one of the international coordinators of Global Cooperation for a Better World, a United Nations Peace Messenger Initiative (1988-1991), she was responsible for project design, training, and implementation of this program in 122 countries. Aspects of the training methodology were aligned to Appreciative Inquiry, a method for organizational transformation that she now uses in some of her training.
Nikki currently serves on the board of Living Values Education Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting values education among professionals working with children and youth. In June 2002, as part of her other community work, she organized and co-facilitated in Vancouver the launch in the Pacific North West of “Images and Voices of Hope,” a unique dialogue bringing together journalists, media specialists, performers, and artists to consider meaning behind the message.
Nikki is also one of a team of writers and compilers of Visions of a Better World- A United Nations Peace Messenger Publication, and articles that have appeared in several books and holds a Masters Degree from the Sorbonne.
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