Dr. Sheri Rosenthal
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My business is Journeys of the Spirit: spiritual journeys, retreats, and woman's retreats to sacred sites.

I am devoted to sharing the wonderful esoteric teachings from the Toltec tradition. As a Master Toltec Teacher trained by don Miguel Ruiz, author of "The Four Agreements®" - I've written "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Toltec Wisdom," a wonderful book which includes everything you could possibly want to know about everything Toltec! (www.sherirosenthal.com) In addition I am the author of "Banish Mind Spam: Four Steps for Deprogramming Self-Limiting and Self-Sabotaging Beliefs" and co-created the WITH Forgiveness project (52 days of free forgiveness lessons, affirmations and exercises). In my previous life I was a Podiatrist for 16 years and the director of a surgical residency program.

I'm passionate about spiritual journeys and owner of Journeys of the Spirit® a tour company that specializes in adventures that open the heart and heal the mind. I also have an affiliate program for our journeys - so if you are interested in promoting our journeys you can make income doing so!

Please visit me on Facebook at: www.facebook.com
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I would like to expand my promoting of Journeys of the Spirit. I do have an affiliate program that folks can belong to so that if they do refer people they can be paid commission for doing so.
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All my teachers books: don Miguel Ruiz
My books of course!
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Toltec Wisdom
Banish Mind Spam!
What is your primary Website or Blog link?
http://www.journeysofthespirit.com
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/sherirosenthal

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At 1:52pm on January 31, 2009, EarthTeach Forest Park said…
Hi Sheri,
Glad EarthTeach has sparked an interest for you. Wintertime is a quiet time in the Park, and it's great to visit if you are prepared for the conditions to hike on wet ground. I especially encourage you to come up the hill to explore in the spring. Meanwhile, you can grow to know a bit more about our place through our website. KInd regards, Martha
At 1:01pm on January 16, 2009, Lynn Brown said…
Cool, Sheri. One last questions (!). What state are you licensed in? Does that state license "cover" you for taking clients out of that state (like to the exotic places, overseas, etc.)? My hubby is really knowledgable about corporate & legal stuff.....I'm playing catch up.....as you say.....important to know.....some folk are sue happy (as encouraged by the legal industry today!). Eager for the spiritual "shifts" in THAT arena, too! xoxoxox, Lynn
At 11:51am on January 16, 2009, Lynn Brown said…
Hi Sheri - It sounds like we share similar visions. I've always been on the "spiritual" path, but career-wise, I initially went down the traditional path of teaching in the public school systems & then on to NASA engineering & science. Along the way, I sort of bumped into shamans from Peru......and what I like to callTh their "technology" began to feel like "quantum physics spirituality" to me! I completed all of Dr. Alberto Villoldo's training (www.thefourwinds.com), and left "corporate america". Then, I started running into a lot of folks like ourselves on a similar path. One was my new associate Gigi. She worked with one of the Vortex Tours companies in Sedona, AZ. We started working together to offer workshops, classes, and retreats. I will keep you in mind to send the right folks your way.....and........who knows where collaborative opportunities may arise(?!?!). What all does being a licensed and insured tour operator allow you to do & offer? In Ayni & Munay, Lynn
At 4:44pm on January 5, 2009, Ashland Source Center said…

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