After decades of caring for the physical body of her patients as a Registered Nurse (RN) and in the HIV/AIDS arena as an AIDS Certified Registered Nurse (ACRN), Fredericka Close has recently retired from her distinguished nursing career to devote more of her energy and skills to helping others see and heal the spiritual body.
Close has had a life-long devotion to spiritual studies and practice. She began sharing her passion for the soul’s journey while still a young woman as a member of the Catholic Church while teaching for the Catholic Youth Organization. Feeling the constraints of religious doctrine, she continued her own journey by leaving that organization to explore other paths into the soul. She became a student of Transcendental Meditation for an extended period before becoming involved in the International Satya Sai Baba Organization.
Open to finding and supporting Spirit in whatever form it may present itself, Close has studied Buddhism, Hinduism, and the spiritual traditions of native peoples of America. She experienced a weeklong desert intensive with a Yaqui Shaman in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona, and she has had the honor of hosting monthly Lakota sacred sweat lodge ceremonies on the land where she makes a home with her husband.
Close offers workshops that include integrative modalities to guide participants on their soul’s journey of empowerment and alignment with their “Sacred Contract.” She is available for speaking engagements, workshops, and individual consultations. Close has recently authored a soon–to-be-published book, Divine Grace: The Power That Illuminates Your Soul. This book is a summation and integration of the experiential wisdom she has been blessed to receive from multiple sacred traditions through her emersion in Truth.
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