Facilitators & Collaborators
SoulFullHeart Facilitators/Teachers Gabriel Heartman,
Raphael and Jelelle Awen, and Kasha Rokshana
A SoulFullHeart Facilitator is a heart opening soul who lives their life from the SoulFullHeart Healing perspective and closely connected to SoulFullHeart community. They are 'following a sense of vocation' in choosing service of love through SoulFullHeart and relate to it this way, rather than as an occupation or career or job. A SFH Facilitator is a guide to assist you on your journey through the SoulFullHeart process. Similar to a sherpa who helps the mountaineers who are climbing the Himalayan mountain ranges, the sherpa cannot climb the mountain for the climber, but they can be a huge support as they navigate the intense terrain. This terrain is native to the sherpa as it is their way of life, their home. So is the SFH process and the deep grounds that it goes into for a SFH Facilitator.
SoulFullHeart Facilitators Gabriel Heartman, Raphael Awen and Kasha Rokshana are available for free consultation calls and 1:1 sessions. Jelellle Awen is no longer offering 1:1 sessions with women to focus on group events and SoulFullHeart projects/development.
The SFH Facilitator cannot 'do' the process or the work for you, yet they can become a huge heart and soul line as you dive in yourself. The parts work ground and work with the Metasoul is fluid for them as they have personally journeyed to these places inside of themselves with the help of another SFH Facilitator and are continuing to do so by attending the group sessions, individual sessions with another SFH Facilitator, etc. They can model for you how to BE with all aspects of yourself in a loving, curious, non-caretaking, compassionate, and heart open way.
Your Facilitator is able to hold space for the emotional digestion of your parts as they feel what parts of you are feeling while the parts are feeling it. This capacity to feel you at this deep level is possible because of the inner work they have done with their own parts and goes much beyond being a good listener and asking therapeutic questions. Rather than most of the healing happening within session space (as is the usual therapy and 'energy' session model), YOU hold space for yourself and your own process in your own life and increasingly in every moment.....and then share what you have discovered during sessions with your Facilitator during sessions and check-ins in between them. You 'drop into' a part of yourself or teleport to a Metasoul timeline during a session and often will be guided in this by your Facilitator, yet you are leading your own process and it is very collaborative. You are responsible for where it specifically goes next, with intuitions, guidance, and journaling questions provided by your Facilitator and the SoulFullHeart process to support you. This is self-empowering to you and allows your sovereignty to remain intact even as you are 'leaning into' the SFH process and your Facilitator. Eventually, you will guide yourself on these inner journeys more and more.
Below are profiles for the current SoulFullHeart Teachers and Facilitators. Jelelle offers facilitation in group sessions and events in person and over Zoom. Raphael and Gabriel offer free consultations, 1:1 individual Bridging and ongoing Sessions to women and men and in group sessions. Kasha offers free consultations, 1:1 individual Bridging and ongoing Sessions with women and in group sessions.
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Meet the Facilitators
Meet the Collaborators
A SoulFullHeart Collaborator is someone who has been deeply involved in 1:1 SoulFullHeart sessions with a SoulFullHeart Facilitator for at least six months and attends/actively participates in SoulFullHeart group events. They become naturally and organically interested in contributing their writings, videos, and support services to SoulFullHeart social media offerings, the SoulFullHeart Blog and other platforms. Some Collaborators are also on a path toward becoming SoulFullHeart Facilitators in the future and toward providing spaceholding support/group facilitator in weekly group discussions and other events.