Joan Cerio welcomes spiritual teacher Beth Hin to the show. At an intricate time such as the current global covid-19 period, our lives are challenged to revert to historic patterns, to dwell in fear, to push forward, or to transform into a new understanding which includes past wisdom, discernment, courage, and willingness. Beth speaks about this in a contemplative, inclusive, positive, and heartful way.
President of the White Rose Foundation Elizabeth Anne Hin's life has been aware of attention to the spiritual, moral and humane development of all beings, including her own.
Beth has studied the world's spiritual and cultural traditions for five decades. She was mentored by many renowned traditional tribal Elders of several continents, including Moses Peters of the Kutchin Athabascan, Martha Neck of the Y'upik Eskimo, Thomas and Fermina Banyakya and Dan Evehema of Hopi. Other beloved Elders have included Jojay and Frances Suazo of Taos Pueblo, Zulu High Sanusi Credo Mutwa of South Africa, Falasha Rabbi Ambrose Makuwaza of Zimbabwe, Archbishop Menuard 'Doc' Slusher, Vietnamese Thien Abbot Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh, and revered scholar Dr. Huston Smith. Beth was chosen for formal adoption by Seneca Iroquois Grandmother Twylah Nitsch, who named her, 'She who listens to truth.' Her late parents, grandmothers and others, raised her to a code of education, joy of life and moral service for which she is deeply grateful and quietly content.
Through the White Rose Foundation Beth had offered education and service from 1995 to the present in almost 50 nations on all continents except Antarctica, sponsoring lectures, seminars, retreats, scholarships for youth, and more. The White Rose Foundation also addresses cases of charitable need for families, couples, individuals and regions.
Her website is http://www.thewhiterose.org.