My name is Jody Whelden. I am so pleased you are visiting.
There is no back up plan to the heart-centered life. The heart’s intuition is the outpost to the world. It registers each moment and integrates the needs and direction of the next steps. It is the bridge to Source and back again.
APRIL 2018, TASTE OF MY NEXT BOOK – SPIRITUALITY OF ILLNESS
Happy Spring to all. My book – Spirituality of Illness: A Heart/Intuitive Centered Approach is getting closer to being published!! Here is a preview — The Preface – designed to introduce this new concept and talk about what I will be doing in the book. See BLOG, April 2018, at right, to read the whole piece!
Now doing WEDDINGS and
MEMORIAL SERVICES –
spiritual but not religious.
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CARDS, STAMPS, MUGS, TOTE BAGS WITH MY HEART-CENTERED DESIGNS – DISCOUNTS ON MY ART WEBSITE ALWAYS AVAILABLE
A Higher Choice: The Heart-Centered Path to Living & Wellness.
“Jody’s message is so clear and affirming–and her group work helps you feel the message in a way beyond words.”Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen, Senior Pastor Emeritus, Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church, Racine, WI
“Love learning from you Jody! It is good for my heart and my head in my personal and professional life.” Sally B., Hospital Chaplain
“You have proven yourself a speaker of great insight and wisdom. Your vast experience and professional training coupled with your innate ability to engage an audience made for a very satisfying experience. It was obvious from the questions that came after your talk that your ideas resonated with many, stimulating a lively discussion.” Dennis N, Hospital Chaplain
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Stopping by the Side of the Road: A Tale About Dying
This is a poignant tale of a special encounter that touches the heart and brings peace to the process of dying. Created from the heart by Jody Whelden, Unitarian Universalist minister, whose mission it is to create peace within and with others, Stopping by the Side of the Road gently offers comfort and peace to those experiencing death their own or that of loved ones. A thoughtful gift and compelling narrative. Beautifully illustrated by Ann Thomas.