Life Mission Guide Carissa Kazyss
Carissa Kazyss understands that there is a “Golden Thread” that weaves through our life, past, present and into the future and wants us to find that golden thread and experience the aliveness that comes from that.
Carissa explains that people in their third act want more aliveness, that our culture often fails to appreciate the wisdom we hold and how much we have to contribute.
Based on the work (and book) of Daniel Goodenough, The Caravan of Remembering is a call to live a life of authentic purpose.
Today’s conversation offers seeds of introspection, and includes an exercise that Agnes appreciated while researching this episode but struggled with on air until Carissa guided her along the discovery path.
A truly interesting conversation that may well be the call you’ve been waiting for as you reflect on your life mission.
The Two Boomer Women Podcast - in conversation with Carissa Kazyss
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About the guest: Carissa Kazyss
Carissa Kazyss is a Caravan Guide, writer, community builder and consultant living in Nanaimo, B.C., Canada. Carissa brings a MA in Integral Psychology and more than a decade of training with Daniel Goodenough. She has led numerous Caravan Conversation Club groups and continues to be inspired by The Caravan of Remembering as an important resource for our times. As co-founder of The Caravan of Remembering Enterprise. Carissa is deeply honoured and inspired to support people on their life mission journeys, for the change is makes in each of us and in the world.
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