Spiritual Mechanics: Light in Challenging Times

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John Heney provides mentoring, talks, instruction, groups, writing, humour and demonstration in applying the wisdom of what he calls Spiritual Mechanics. All in a lighthearted approach to lessen our load and raise our effectiveness in making the world a better place.

Born in Montreal in 1956, John holds a Bachelor of Journalism with Political Science and a Master’s in International Affairs. He has authored three books and contributed to eight more in applying his love of writing and research, also folding in his passion of history as a means to convey how people are so interconnected. He holds the City of Ottawa Distinguished Service Award.

The fun he loves to harvest and share off his work with the principles around Spiritual Mechanics touches the lives of so many, including children, teachers, parents, public safety workers, and those in the traditional and alternative healing arts.

His personal journey included a complex challenge facing a rare combination of five neurological disorders including a form of cerebral palsy and dystonia. This has led to a profound well of awareness and appreciation he continues to share with people from all walks of life.

As he so often expresses, “We need more low-maintenance, high-benefit individuals ready to express the divinity they already have access to, as an inspiration breathing new life into how we create with and among each other!”  It is, he says, all in becoming a person you’d love to meet! John invites you to visit Heney Central to explore his work and offerings.

About Lynn Thompson

Lynn Thompson was raised in Ontario in Canada, living in Ottawa through her early school years.  After graduating from McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario) with a B.A. (Philosophy) in 1978, she traveled west by train across Canada with several stops along the way. For many years, Lynn was based on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, growing as a writer, photographer, postal courier and radio host. In June 2012, Lynn followed the highway to her roots in Ottawa. Lynn is based in Aurora (north of Toronto) since 2018, happily involved in collaborative creative projects and editing for numerous writers.

Lynn launched into radio broadcasting in 2004 on CHLY in Nanaimo, BC (community campus station) as host and producer of talk show Living on Purpose. Since 2007, Living on Purpose is featured on WomensRadio, where Lynn offers listeners a nourishing blend of ideas and conversation with guestsauthors, musicians, healers, and philosopherswelcoming both new and established voices.

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