Rev. Eileen Gonzalez

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Rev. Eileen is ordained through the Spiritual Science Fellowship and came to the Halifax Nova Scotia Chapter of the Spiritual Science Fellowship in 1987. She has enjoyed many aspects of being involved with the ministery including leading spiritual services, working as a demonstration medium, event planning, and teaching various classes including Mediumship Development. In 2016 she moved to Edmonton Alberta and is one of the founding members of the Kindred Spirits Spiritualist Fellowship.

Rev. Eileen has enjoyed working with several spiritual energy healing modalities since she began her spiritual journey. She has training in the Ama-Deus® Healing Technique, has been a Certified Quantum-Touch® Practitioner and Certified Instructor, as well she has training in Crystal Healing. Rev. Eileen holds a Bachelor of Therapeutic Counselling and is a Certified Hypnotherapist by The National Guild of Hypnotists.

Rev. Eileen has always had a deep respect for the connectedness of humanity throughout different world religious traditions. She finds joy in the similarities within many world religious traditions. These similarities she feels could be the keys to helping us to bind together in the Brotherhood of Man instead of separating us. It is her hope that one day the truth of the love of creation within all sacred ways may be understood and that we are all tied together with the worship of the one universal creator.

Rev. Eileen has ties to several faiths. She became a Spiritualist in the early 1980s. After years on her journey she received her Hand Of Orula in the tradition of Ifa in 2007 and became a Mother Inkis in Palo Moyombe in Cuba, then in 2014 she was inciciated fully into the religious tradition Lumumi or Ocha. All three of these African traditions are deeply spiritual and fit perfectly with understandings of Spiritualism. 

The work of the Spiritual Science Fellowship and now the Kindred Spirits Spiritualist Fellowship is that of great love for Rev. Eileen. Her years of dedication to the SSF and the KSSF come from how these organizations create a special place for the community. A place to come too from all faiths or no specific faith. A place in which it is known that we all possess natural spiritual gifts, and a place in which it is known that there is a continuation of the soul after the change called death.

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