Ron Chapman was interviewed by Mali Phonpadith for the SOAR Community Network Podcast about what it means to "pour forth into others," the core of the work in Seeing True, and why it's important to listen to your inner voice.
The process of Forgiveness begins with Engaging the challenge in a way that leads to Release, and thus promotes Transcendence.
It is all too easy to judge, condemn, and be fearful of other people for a whole slew of reasons. And despite all the well-meaning educational attempts, there is only one true proven way to overcome these divisions. Join us for this latest episode of Speaking True to learn more!
Ron recently spoke at the Renaissance Unity Church in Chesapeake, Virginia about the courage to forgive -- them and yourself. To listen to his message and brief meditation, download the latest Speaking True!Read More
"So first I ask myself if I have been a perpetrator. The answer is mostly reassuring. I have never knowingly acted against women, blacks, Latinos, Muslims, or Native Americans. I’m not guilty of overt acts.However, when I search deeply, it pains me to acknowledge that there has been much ignorance on my part..."Read More
"A young woman who considers me a teacher and mentor asked me last week how to hold up in the presence of so much disharmony in the world. She’s scared by gun violence, nuclear confrontation, global warming, and social and political strife. She’s also a dark-skinned woman and is afraid to travel outside the city of Atlanta. “There are people out there who hate me and want to hurt me,” she whispered."Read More
We are now facing an unprecedented time of overwhelming amounts of information, choices, and ideas. So how do we deal with all of it in a productive and healthy manner? Join Ron and Coach Karen Van Cleve for this episode of "The Coaching Sessions."Read More