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About Sue Hardman-Conklin

Sue Hardman-Conklin walked the 500-mile Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in 2015. Sue has practiced law, raised a family, taught, coached and facilitated creative problem solving, improv, meditation, yoga and spiritual studies. She loves to travel, connect with others and learn from everyone she meets. Sue has two adult children and lives in Minneapolis with her husband. She can be contacted at caminowithme@icloud.com.

What Do You Really Want?

By |2019-10-02T16:31:02+00:00October 2nd, 2019|Soul Bridging, Walking the Path|

There’s a point in each yoga class when I say to my students, “What do you really want? Open your heart to it and imagine that you are receiving it now.” I have no idea what they want; although because it’s a class called “Yoga For Stress Reduction," I imagine they all want to feel peaceful and calm. So I offer that as a suggestion – priming the pump a little. But who knows? Maybe what they’re imagining receiving is a new car, or a promotion at work?

Being Present: Are You Here or There?

By |2019-08-28T20:59:03+00:00August 29th, 2019|Blog, Soul Bridging, Walking the Path|

You can be in two places at once. It happens all the time. You’re at the dinner table with your family, but your attention is focused on a problem you’re trying to solve at work. Essentially your mind is at the office while your body is at the dinner table.Having your body in one place and your mind somewhere else is easy. It takes no special skill. The real trick is in bringing the body and mind to the same place. Can you do that? What happens if you try?