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Janice Marie Wilson

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Do you feel that your life is a struggle? Is there an unseen force that keeps pulling you down? Do you feel as if no matter how hard you try....something always seems to go wrong? Today's show has the answers for you to remove that pull, that struggle, that "shadow"...so that you can live in your JOY. Our guests are Mick Quinn, author of THE UNCOMMON PATH to awakening authentic joy and his wife Debora Prieto. They are both coaches, mentors, teachers and writers. Debora was born in Spain in 1972 and now lives in Guatemala with her husband, Mick Quinn, author of The Uncommon Path and her two dogs Panchito and Bella. Debora was ordained as a monk by Zen Master Genpo Roshi in July of 2010 and has been training with him in the Big Mind Process since 2007. Debora has studied philosophy and she is an educator of mental handicapped children. She, along with her husband run The Uncommon Projects in the slums of Guatemala, to bring hope and light to those who call this home. Debora and Mick also offer joint and separate Integral-inspired Coaching programs and retreats to clients worldwide. For more information about Debora Prieto and Mick Quinn: http://www.mickquinn.com http://www.mickquinn.com/coaching.htm http://www.mickquinn.com/uncommon.projects.guatemala.htm or contact www.janicemariewilson.com http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1411510413 About Big Mind: The Big Mind Process was created by Dennis Genpo Merzel, Roshi after about 30 years of Zen practice under Zen Master Taizan Maezumi, Roshi. During those years Roshi also studied various forms of psychotherapy, working with some very extraordinary therapists. He was continuously searching for an effective way to assist people in waking up and realizing their True Self. Roshi had been teaching traditional Zen since his teacher first asked him to lead people in beginning classes of Zen study in 1973, having just become a Zen monk in October of that year. http://www.bigmind.org/Home.html