Meet Sharon Hart
Sharon Hart, M.A. is the creator of Quantum Dialogue Works™, a unique approach to healing psycho-spiritual and multi-generational wounds. Sharon is a spiritual mentor, a life coach, an ordained minister, a former psychotherapist, and a former special education teacher.
The primary focus of Sharon’s work is to encourage people to perceive the world from a place of inner peace, freedom, and joy–no matter what is happening in their lives.
For over twenty-five years, Sharon has worked with hundreds of people, who have been pleasantly surprised to discover that emotional discomfort doesn’t have to mean choosing between denying emotions or getting caught up in them. Sharon’s work offers a surprising alternative.
She has a phenomenal gift for showing clients how to bring awareness to the emotional experiences of life in such a way that it is possible to penetrate the feeling; thus, revealing a profound silence and peace hidden deep within the feeling.
Sharon’s Quantum Dialogue Works™ is also effective in helping couples with relationship issues to make rapid progress. Sharon has developed an extraordinary ability to simultaneously comprehend the inner psych-spiritual terrain of both individuals in a couple. This rare ability allows her to guide couples to discover mutually satisfying solutions that otherwise would have been overlooked.
For advanced students, there lies the possibility of moving beyond mere glimpses of peace and joy. Through Sharon’s Quantum Dialogue Works™ it is possible to directly access the layer of the holographic mind that can literally and instantaneously liberate one from the knots of psychological suffering. This occurs by switching identification from “personhood” to the holographic wholeness that underlies who and what we all are.
Sharon is the co-author of a soon-to-be-released book entitled More Than You Hoped For: The Unexpected Joy of Raising an Autistic Playwright that she is writing with her son, Jaison Hart. There are two interwoven stories in this book. It is a non-fiction narrative depicting the true story of how raising an autistic son became the catalyst to propel a mother to deeper and deeper spiritual realization. The book also contains the story of how a non-verbal boy eventually learned to type his thoughts and write a play. The play entitled Dreams of an Autistic Playwright tells the story of his day to day home life and his dream life with fairytale characters, who teach him about friendship. The play received a stage reading at Colorado University, and has since been performed in Denver. It is Jaison’s hope that his play and this book inspire people to make true and lasting friendships with people on the autism spectrum. It is Sharon’s desire that the book inspire people facing challenging times in their lives with hope.
“Sharon is a spiritual transmission teacher in her own right, and she has been a gift of awakening for me. I am certain that the wisdom you will receive when you work with her will be extremely valuable.”