Thandiwe Shiphrah Creativity and Spiritual Life
April 20, 2012
Hosted by Reverend Norma
My guest this week is Thandiwe Shiphrah. She is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the link between the arts, creativity, personal life enrichment, and the development of healthy communities. Her poetry and artwork appear in several journals and anthologies. Thandiwe is a recipient of the Jubilation Foundation’s fellowship for her rhythmic approach to introducing young people to the joys of reading and writing poetry. She has much to share with us about the role of creativity in 21st Century spirituality. For more information on Thandiwe visit www.sonicbids.com/TheBoschInstitute
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Rev. Norma is a change agent, a recognized leader in the field of spiritual development/empowerment and an ordained minister. Her ministry is devoted to teaching people from all walks of life how to put spiritual principles into daily living. She has an active prison ministry in the Washington DC.
Her mission of raising humanity’s consciousness is currently being realized through Reprogram Your Life, (RYL) a woman headed business she founded and directs. RYL is pioneering the use of sound and toning in the fields of rehabilitation and substance abuse intervention.
Born in Guyana, South America and educated at the University of London she brings to her work on the planet the results of a thirty-three year spiritual journey which established her own spiritual identity. It endowed her with wisdom gained from a close walk with God, under the watchful eyes of seven spiritual teachers across three continents. Her universal perspective has emerged from a life changing Near Death Experience.
Under her maiden name of Jennings, she was awarded the “Linowes Leadership Award” for her work in community building in the Washington DC area and authored the book¬ "Touchstones To Remembering Your Spirit." Rev. Edwards’ work on the planet includes: “Sacred Circles,” “Rites of Passage” life changing spiritual retreats and substance abuse intervention. She is married to her twin flame, is the proud mother of five, grandmother of six and resides in Silver Spring, MD.