Sunday, July 12, 2020

Colleen Russell: The Artful Sage to Speak at the Coronado Library

The Feminine Path to Wholeness, becoming a Conscious Queen is a modern-day memoir and guidebook for women in search of their true-selves. Author and creativity coach Colleen Russell will speak about her book at the Coronado Library on Thursday evening, October 24 at 6 p.m.

Colleen Russell earned her master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology with a focus on women’s studies. She is passionate about helping women to find their authentic selves, awaken their creativity, and share their unique gifts. She believes that women finding their voice is essential to creating a more balanced world and that creative play is vital to a person’s well-being.

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We are living in a time when women are being called to transform their lives and heal the fragmentation in themselves and the world. Russell maintains that our “gifts are hidden in the wounds and limitations of the past and that the more you heal your story, the more your life expands.”

Through honest and provocative storytelling, colorful artwork and compelling quotes, Colleen’s story helps women become conscious and free to step into their true destiny. Don’t miss this evening of inspiration.

This event is free and open to the public. To learn more about Colleen Russell visit

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