Spiritual-Life Coaching with Rabbi Richard Chimon Simon, OGL
Are you ready to take responsibility for your own spiritual development, since no one can do it for you? Rabbi Richard Chimon Simon, OGL offers a compassionate course of study and private guidance for those who are ready for serious spiritual and psychological growth, both Waking Up and Growing Up.
Through intuitive readings and other practices, Chimon will seek out the “root of your Soul” and help you grow towards its fulfillment. This can involve many different modalities, including meditation, movement, subtle energy (shamanic) practices, intuitive development, Shadow Work, spiritual study, and more. Chimon teaches people of various religious and spiritual practices.
The goal is to increase your Knowledge and Awareness, ultimately discovering your Oneness with the Divine. In doing so you become the more effective, productive, caring, and compassionate. At times the Work stretches you and is not easy, but it is always rewarding.
Rabbi Richard Chimon Simon, OGL is a Monk of Pine Wind, and has been studying spirituality and mysticism for over forty years. This study included Wicca, Western Occultism, Kabbalah, Zen Buddhism, Sufism, and Integral Spirituality. His teachers and mentors include Seijaku Roshi, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Draja Mickaharic, and Dan Millman. He also relies heavily on the teachings of Ken Wilber and other Integral thinkers.
Rabbi Simon works as a congregational rabbi, hospital chaplain, spiritual director, and Spiritual Eldering Mentor. He has been leading workshops and retreats about spiritual growth for over thirty years, is currently in monastic training, and is part of the teaching faculty of Jizo-an Zen Community.
“The wisdom, insight and guidance of a spiritual teacher is invaluable for those intrepid Souls that travel on the road of growth, change, acceptance and Presence with Life. With more than 25 years of deep experience, Rabbi Richard Simon offers invaluable insight and support for those who seek tools to experience the Mystery of Life in its fullest sense.”
--- Dr. Sharon A. Berkowitz, student of Rabbi Simon since 1996