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Greetings! My name is Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway.
As a wedding officiant, soulmate coach and columnist, my specialty is sacred relationships.
I am delighted to be a member of the Beliefnet.com family as a relationship and soulmate expert, and also a contributor of articles and audios on healing, well-being and women's empowerment.
I have an active wedding ministry in New York City and reguarly marry soul mates in love!
I specialize in interfaith, multi-cultural and non-denominational weddings, and bridal stress, and offer personal and unique ceremonies created for couples of all backgrounds, faiths and cultures.
Along with my hubby Rev. Vic Fuhrman, I'm founder of the annual Wedding Goddess Blessing of the Brides and Grooms in Central Park; also founded the Marry Yourself First workshop.
I am author of 12 books, including:
* Wedding Goddess: Turn Wedding Stresss into Wedding Bliss
* Goddess Pages: A Divine Guide to Love and Happiness
* Pet Prayers and Blessings: Ceremonies and Celebrations to Share with the Animals You Love
I've been helping people prepare for their soulmates for many years utilizing a multifaceted spiritual approach that includes ceremony, Feng Shui, and my e-course Find Your Spiritual Soulmate.
I've also worked extenstively in the area of women's spirituality, empowerment and the Divine Feminine.
Are you a soulful single searching for true love? Feeling a little frustrated that your soul mate has not yet found you? You are not alone. Join me for engaging dialog in my Beliefnet group: The Soulmate Project.
The Soulmate Project is a place to share and grow with others on the spiritual path to love.
Listen to the SOUL MATE Anthem by Natasha Bedingfield on YouTube.
Blessings to you!
I have not been here in a while, and just wanted to stop in to say "Hi" to you ~
Let love and the Holy Spirit of God enrich and add fulfillment and joy to your life...and to the whole world..Amen!
It seems to be mostly women who are into paganism, new age, goddesses and idolatry. It reminds me of the words of the early Christian writer Tertullian, who said that women are the gate to the devil. I think he was on to something.