Inspired Interview: Esther Bartkiw

Esther Bartkiw

Esther Bartkiw has been empowering and working hand in hand with people on their personal journey of change and transformation for more then a decade. She facilitates and guides people to remembrance and a return to the Divine Love that they are, their Soul Essence, awaken to more consciousness and helps to navigate the cosmic waters. She is a Certified Holistic Core Belief Engineering Therapist and Quantum Vortex Practitioner, Spiritual Mentor~Channel Facilitator of Energy Processes, Speaker and Writer. Esther is a featured guest on various Tele-Summits, Television and Radio programs including The CBC’s Steven and Chris Show, Gail Vaz-Oxlade Talk Radio, Unbounded Potential and Conscious Cool Chic Tele-Summits, The Best People We Know Radio Show with Deb Scott. She is featured in the book Women Power  highlighted as a powerful and inspirational woman of influence. Esther is a Keynote Speaker and Seminar Leader taking the stage at The University of Ottawa, Women In Business Network, Clarity Centre, E-Women Network, Halton’s Women’s Place, Roaring Women and various networking, educational and women’s organizations. Esther is known for her intuitive nature, getting to the core of an issue and helping people make change at a deep meta level. She works with people around the globe to awaken to consciousness, free themselves from  limitation, break through barriers and fall deeply in love with themselves and the world around them. She assists her clients in healing fragmented parts and aspects of themselves, integrating those parts into wholeness and a deeper connection with their Soul and True Essence.  Along the way Esther helps you transmute fear, open to all possibilities and live life with joy and ease. Using ever changing and evolving tools, methods and processes Esther assists in transforming any area of your life and stepping into your magnificence.

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