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TC 213: Cultivating Awareness - Interview with Marvine Lindberg, Ph.D.

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For an expanded version of this podcast, including tips for how you can start to cultivate your awareness through a basic breathing meditation and links to additional resources, go to http://transformation-cafe.com/TC213. We recommend that you listen to the edited podcast rather than the version found here. 

What is Conscious Awareness?

In this episode we talk to Marvine Lindberg - inspirational consultant and friend of the program -about Conscious Awareness. 

Join us to discover how you can enhance your life by cultivating conscious awareness.

Marvine's Bio:

As a result of using Spiritual and Intuitive Guidance , Marvine Lindberg's life is a unique one. Aside from her private practice, Marvine has worked with the professional fields of Education, Law Enforcement, Medicine, Engineering, Business and Performing Arts.   Frequently the results of her consultations have resulted in stress reduction and problem solving in different areas for her clients.

Marvine further uses her gifts to help troubleshoot various problems in the business world, which often results in long-term solutions. In her private consulting work Marvine has the pleasure of helping hundreds of her clients reach their goals, understand and overcome their fears, improve their health, and enrich the quality of their lives.

Marvine has made numerous public appearances and taught throughout California, Washington and Alberta, Canada. She has a Ph.D. in Religious Philosophy and a Certificate of Achievement in Telecommunications, with an emphasis in Television and Film Production.

Marvine's commitment to God and/or Primary Source Energy, as she understands it, and service to others has been an important part of her life since she was small. She became an ordained minister in 1974.

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