Llyn ‘Cedar’ Roberts, MA is an award-winning author and prominent teacher of healing and shamanism. Her work incorporates her background in contemplative psychotherapy, Tibetan Buddhism, work in remote locations with diverse indigenous groups, Shamanic Reiki, and western body-mind approaches to healing. Llyn holds a Master of Arts degree in Tibetan Buddhist and Western Psychology and was initiated by shamans in South America and Siberia. She has trained extensively with Ecuadorian Quechua healers and facilitated sacred journeys to indigenous people living in remote regions of the Amazon, Asian steppes, high Andes, and on ancient Maya lands. She translates ancient techniques into modern-day practices to transform personal imbalances, help us open to our higher purpose, deepen our relationship to spirit and nature, and reclaim our power to make a positive difference in the world.
Former director of the nonprofit organization Dream Change, founded by John Perkins, Llyn is cofounder of the Olympic Mountain EarthWisdom Circle (OMEC), dedicated to inspiring a sacred and responsible relationship with the Earth. She serves as adjunct faculty for Union Graduate School and the Graduate Institute, and was consultant to the University of Massachusetts Sustainability Institute and the Panama-based nonprofit organization Earth Train. For twenty years she has taught at the Omega Institute, the world’s largest holistic educational institute. Llyn lived for two years at the edge of the wilderness in the Hoh Rain Forest, Pacific Northwest (with forest guide Mick Dodge of National Geographic’s prime time television series The Legend of Mick Dodge, while writing her portion of her book Speaking with Nature, coauthored with Sandra Ingerman and winner of the 2015 Nautilus Gold Award. Llyn’s other books include Shapeshifting into Higher Consciousness (Independent Publisher’s Award), Shamanic Reiki (Roberts & Levy), and The Good Remembering. A modern-day mystic and spiritual ecologist, Llyn inspires through her work a deep sense of belonging with the natural world. www.llynroberts.com
We live in a provocative, evolving time that promises to impact how we live together on the Planet, how we continue as a species, and how we understand ourselves in relation to a larger universe. Now is the time to live in ecstatic relationship with nature, and the force of life itself.