Sue Gelber

Facilitator since June 27, 2004

Sue Gelber
Davis, California 95618 (United States)

Biography

I am a Professional Homeopath certified to practice classical homeopathy in North America. I am also a Spiritual Director trained through the Bread of Life Center in Sacramento, California. In addition to an established family practice in Davis, California, I volunteer my homeopathic services at Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue. I'm also a certified Professional Dog Trainer and help train the rescued dogs to increase their chances of finding a permanent home.

Description of SoulCollage® work

My interest is in human spiritual development. The result of making and reading SoulCollage® cards is often a release of energy trapped in buried emotions, traumas and physical symptoms. Over the years, I've offered monthly SoulCollage® card-making and card-reading workshops, tailored to SoulCollage's deepest gifts of self-reclamation and self-empowerment. Some of my work included milestone celebrations tailored to each individual being recognized. I also love introducing SoulCollage® to schools and families.

Personal work with own SoulCollage® cards

I consult and journal from my cards for moments of "stuckness" that arise in the act of daily living. These moments reflect unhealed wounds from early childhood that affect each of us--often underlying symptoms when unconsciously held in the soul. My attraction to homeopathy and SoulCollage® is how they complement one another in this transformational work of being alive. My cards immediately access an inner knowing, and I respond in a healthy, liberating way to the types of problems we all face at some point.

I started making SoulCollage® videos as one of this community's volunteers. The first, SoulCollage® and the Paradigm Shift, debuted in October 2012. These videos inspired the creation of an online SoulCollage® presence, and in 2013 I was offered the new position of Virtual Assistant for Coordinating SoulCollage® Social Networking. (Keep in touch with SoulCollage and like us on Facebook.)

Other Notes

I first learned about homeopathy in 1981, when my dog recovered from hip dysplasia through classical homeopathy. I joined the re-emerging grass roots movement in the U.S. and learned how to help not only my pets, but my friends and family.

The story of many homeopaths is that a personal "miracle" cure inspired them to become a homeopath. The same is true for me. Homeopathy restored my health from a longstanding autoimmune condition. I formalized my training through the Pacific Academy of Homeopathy in San Francisco.