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SPARKS Author Interview - Loss of Innocence with Amy Hindman

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Guest: Amy Hindman

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“My music is an expression of my journey on this earth walk, created through the challenges and blessings that have formed who I am today. As I ever expand, grow, and open to the Mystery, I will not be the same tomorrow.” ~Amy

Amy Hindman is a Singer / Songwriter / Performing Artist, she has recorded 3 albums. Amy plays guitar and sings, and was invited to perform with Burl Ives in 1993. She had received songwriting awards that were judged by Paul McCartney, Sting and Rihanna. Her song “Gandhi and King: Becoming the Dream” was endorsed by Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. She was also endorsed by Jamie Sam’s, author of “Medicine Cards”.

Amy performs at conferences, retreats, cafés, festivals, weddings, memorials, churches and retirement communities. 

Her Life SPARKS chapter, Loss of Innocence,  is about Amy's life as a preacher’s kid. Born in Davenport, Iowa, the youngest of 5 children, Amy moved to Seoul, Korea at age 5 and at age 11, her mother died of cancer in Denton, Texas. The story is about the loss of innocence. When Amy was 28, she woke up one morning, sobbing because her mother had died 17 years ago. She was shocked at this recognition of a part she thought had been healed. She went into therapy to deal with this loss, and eventually, what was a gaping wound, became a scar, and an essential part of who she am today. 

Host: Catherine VanWetter
Spiritual /shamanic practitioner focusing in the area of highly sensitive people.