Shortly after Christmas I ordered "When the Moon is Dark We Can See the Stars" but it was only this weekend that I had the opportunity to sit down and read it slowly and carefully. What a wonder and what a gift! There was so very much I identified with and so many things touched my heart. Turning away from fear and toward the light isn't an easy journey and you describe it so truthfully. The "Reflection Questions" are helpful and I'll return to them again and again to remember things about my own experiences. I have heard many people tell their stories, although few as eloquently as you have, and always I am touched and transformed and "see" a little more clearly because of the sharing. What a wonderful gift you have been given, and what an extraordinary way to share it.
For more than 30 years, Pamela has been a Spiritual Director, Educator, Lecturer and Retreat Leader. She is also the mother of five adult children and grandmother of four. Pamela’s innate mysticism has captured what many have sought—a connection to the Divine. Her lifework and passion is dedicated to understanding and sharing this with us.
Pamela has served as a Core Faculty Member at the School of Applied Theology, as well as, an Adjunct Faculty Member at The Jesuit School of Theology. It was there she was appointed as Director of Colloquium and Academic Advisor for Sabbatical Program. She has also taught at the Starr King School of Theology. Although her personal journey and education are greatly rooted in Catholicism—Pamela’s teachings and message are those that transcend many faiths.
Pamela’s retreats and workshops have spanned the globe. They include Sacred Feminine Images & Discovering the Self with Humor and Spirit in Kenya and Tanzania, Sexuality and Spirituality in Brazil, Eco-Feminism in Peru as well as Remembering and Claiming Wise Women for Blackfeet Indian Women in Montana and for European and American women In Greece.