Co-creating Peace

Co-creating Peace Episode #102 – “A Source for Higher Wisdom

January 08, 2023 Kathleen Oweegon
Co-creating Peace Episode #102 – “A Source for Higher Wisdom
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Co-creating Peace Episode #102 – “A Source for Higher Wisdom
Jan 08, 2023
Kathleen Oweegon

One of our many limitations as human beings is our limited perspective. Most of the time, we only view the world from our own frame of reference. While, of course, this is natural and normal, it may not always give us a clear picture.... or the full picture. Reacting to what life presents us from that limited or even distorted perspective may not always serve us well. If we are upset, our view can become even more limited, constricted by the assumptions and judgements that may accompany our upset.

What if we could access wisdom that gave us a broader, less biased perspective, providing us with a wider range of options with which to view and respond to a person or situation?

Welcome to “A Source for Higher Wisdom”, Episode #102 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation. 

Joining me is Margaret Agard, to share how she expands her perspective by accessing higher wisdom, and how that impacts her relationships with others.

Highlights of our conversation include:

w  Examples of ways that seeking wisdom higher than our own can help prevent or resolve conflict

w  Discussion of the importance of being open to the different forms our higher guidance might take

w  Stories about times when guidance from Margaret’s higher power helped her to see others in a whole new way

Margaret Agard is the award-winning author of the In His Footsteps memoirs, a Christian mystic, reiki healer and former executive in the high-tech industry. She is also a wife and the mother of eight grown children, step-mother to seven. Although they were never all in the house at the same time, she had many opportunities to work with conflict resolution.

You can contact Margaret by emailing her at: margaret@inhisfootsteps.com Visit her two websites: margaretagard.com, and inhisfootsteps.com

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching.
  • Share on social media, and tell the world about Co-creating Peace! 
  • Become a patron at www.patreon[.]com/CocreatingPeace

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching
  • Share on social media & tell the world about Co-creating Peace!
  • Become a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeace

Visit BridgesofPeace.com to learn more about Kathleen and her work.

Show Notes

One of our many limitations as human beings is our limited perspective. Most of the time, we only view the world from our own frame of reference. While, of course, this is natural and normal, it may not always give us a clear picture.... or the full picture. Reacting to what life presents us from that limited or even distorted perspective may not always serve us well. If we are upset, our view can become even more limited, constricted by the assumptions and judgements that may accompany our upset.

What if we could access wisdom that gave us a broader, less biased perspective, providing us with a wider range of options with which to view and respond to a person or situation?

Welcome to “A Source for Higher Wisdom”, Episode #102 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation. 

Joining me is Margaret Agard, to share how she expands her perspective by accessing higher wisdom, and how that impacts her relationships with others.

Highlights of our conversation include:

w  Examples of ways that seeking wisdom higher than our own can help prevent or resolve conflict

w  Discussion of the importance of being open to the different forms our higher guidance might take

w  Stories about times when guidance from Margaret’s higher power helped her to see others in a whole new way

Margaret Agard is the award-winning author of the In His Footsteps memoirs, a Christian mystic, reiki healer and former executive in the high-tech industry. She is also a wife and the mother of eight grown children, step-mother to seven. Although they were never all in the house at the same time, she had many opportunities to work with conflict resolution.

You can contact Margaret by emailing her at: margaret@inhisfootsteps.com Visit her two websites: margaretagard.com, and inhisfootsteps.com

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching.
  • Share on social media, and tell the world about Co-creating Peace! 
  • Become a patron at www.patreon[.]com/CocreatingPeace

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching
  • Share on social media & tell the world about Co-creating Peace!
  • Become a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeace

Visit BridgesofPeace.com to learn more about Kathleen and her work.