Judith Miller, Ph.D
We are living in unprecedented times. As the world is being rocked by a pandemic, ecological destruction, severe mental and spiritual crises, violence, despair, and political division, what exactly does “Living the Sacred” mean? Judith will discuss how a deeper and more authentic spirituality must occur as we enter the next phase of consciousness evolution. She will focus on what kinds of spirituality and ways of being no longer work, and what must occur at both individual and collective levels if we are going to be able to transform ourselves and our world. Judith will share perspectives on what must occur in order for humanity to go forward, derived from mystical teachings of the wisdom traditions, prophecies from sacred texts, worldviews from highly acknowledged contemporary thought leaders, Dr. Miller’s own spiritual experiences and insights, and the spiritual imagery experienced in altered states of consciousness from the hundreds of seekers she has worked with from different parts of the world for the last 25 years.
Dr. Judith Miller, PhD, has been a professor of Developmental Psychology and Spiritual development at Columbia University for the last twenty years. She has just left academia in order to work more in-depth and authentically with students and clients who are searching for new ways of living and being during these times of upheaval and chaos. Her psycho-spiritual work with others has included Holotropic Breathwork, consciousness expansion, and in-depth psychotherapy with individuals from US, Europe, China, S. Korea, and the Middle East. She is the author of “Healing the Western Soul” (2015) and “Direct Connection: Transformation of Consciousness” (2000).