Podcast Interview: Spiritual Care Counselor John Connor

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Here’s a summary from our podcast interview with spiritual care counselor John Connor and his spiritual insights.

  • Intro 5:18
  • The suffering John sees in hospice 6:46
  • John’s own suffering and his subsequent road trip 11:40
  • Asking people for their insights on the trip 15:04
  • To be helpful to others 16:50
  • The gold in the wound 24:20
  • Seeing a new way through pain 29:55
  • John’s new book and project 31:58
  • How to get in touch with John 33:49

You can listen to this podcast interview in the episode Spiritual Starkness of Skellig Michael / Spiritual Care Counselor John Connor / Spiritual Insights Inside Us on SpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle Play Music, or on the Spiritual Fizz website.

John Connor is author of “The Straightjacket of Perfectionism: How to Stop Chasing ‘Perfect’ and Finally Achieve Your Greatest Goals”, available at Amazon. He has worked for the last 12 years as a spiritual care counselor in hospice, and is an ordained minister in the Unity church denomination. John was profiled in The Washington Post and other publications, and his article writing has been published most recently in the Huffington Post. Leading workshops on overcoming perfectionism is a favorite for John.

You can read more about John at his website.

 

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Russell Suereth is the creator, publisher, and host of the Spiritual Fizz Podcast and the Spiritual Fizz News Magazine. The episodes and articles in these publications focus on connecting the spiritual and physical worlds for listeners and readers across the globe.

He is also an award-winning artist who creates spiritual New Age music that elevates the sense of spirituality in his listeners.

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