Author Archive for: Joyce Kovelman
Dr. Joyce Kovelman has PHDs in both Neuroanatomy and Psychology, completed an N.I.M.H. Post-Doctoral scholarship in Psychiatry and Bio-behavioral Sciences and taught for several years in the Medical School of U.C.L.A. She is also a widow, mother and grandmother, and has served for many years as an ECOSOC Representative to the United Nations in New York, N.Y. on behalf of the Institute of Global Education.
A vivacious Life Coach and dynamic Speaker on TV, Radio and at International Conferences, Joyce overflows with innovative ideas, creative possibilities and endless horizons. Her expertise in Creative Aging offers us a glimpse into the least defined, most challenging and expansively creative time of our life. She shows us that aging can be a marvelous time of growing, learning, healing as well as an opportunity to make peace within and all around you. She has considerable expertise on the Evolution of Consciousness and is a co-creator of the newly forming 'Grandmothers' World Council' whose mission is based upon the prophency of the Hopi Indians of North America that states: "When the Grandmothers Speak, the Earth will Heal."
Joyce encourages and invites us to listen calmly, speak softly, walk gently, and love deeply.
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Entries by Joyce Kovelman
This we know: Humanity stands at the precipice. We must quickly decide whether we will continue to desecrate and destroy our planet, or whether we will make the needed changes and sacrifices that allow all of earthly existence to survive and thrive. We are asked to consciously co-create a new reality in which to fulfill our greater, more noble destinies. Indeed it is the very reason that each of us is presently living upon Earth. This we know: We are summoned, and how we respond is critical. Do we step up to the plate and begin to make the necessary… Read more.
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