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Keith Hackwood - Psychosynthesis Wales

Updated: May 12

Keith, over the last two years, has been my own guide into the realms of mystery. A scholar of Stephen Jenkinson's Orphan Wisdom School, he is based in Newport, Wales, and offers his services to individuals and groups both online and in-person. Vastly experienced, he is also a mindfulness teacher and provides supervision to others working in the general field of health and healing.


For his review of Peter Kingsley's 'Catafalque':


Grieving The Gods: Spirituality At The End of An Age | The Marginalia Review of Books


And new website:


Home (synthesiswales.com)

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