Dr. Weedn has had an abiding interest since childhood in matters of the Spirit. Her desire to broaden her view of the many ways people make contact with the Divine has led her from her Presbyterian roots to a study of the spiritual practices of many indigenous groups worldwide, and many faiths.
Her retreats and trainings are designed to assist people in finding and waking their own spiritual path with an eye to the practicalities of modern life.
She teaches meditation, guided imagery, and dream interpretation as part of spiritual practice, and elements of Psychosynthesis as theorized by Roberto Assagioli, M.D, Roger Walsh, M.D., Ph.D., and Angeles Arrien, Ph.D.
In addition, Dr. Weedn has been a student and teacher of the Native American Medicine Wheel for many years.
Dr. Weedn practices Shamanic healing in the Peruvian tradition. She completed her training with Pam Hale-Trachta in Tucson, Arizona, and is available for this service. Yaqui Medicine Man, Lench Archuleta and energy practitioner Jaqueline Brenner, RN, have been instrumental in her deeper understanding of the seen and unseen forces of healing.