In Sickness and In Health

When you or your spouse has a health issue

Are you or your spouse facing an illness, accident, disability or aging issue?  

Are you finding that the health issue is beginning to change the way you relate to one another? 

Would you like to know how to support each other, work as a team, and find joy in your relationship — even in the midst of health issues? 

 If both you and your partner are willing to turn inward to see what kind of spiritual growth the illness is asking of each of you, then it’s possible to enjoy a deeper closeness and profound joy — even in the midst of health challenges.”

~ Sharon and Trevor Hart

Couples Mentoring Group for When You or Your Spouse has a Health Issue

Who This Couples Group Is For

This spiritual mentoring group is exclusively for couples when one of them has a health issue. This group is for both the sick partner, and the healthy partner — the husband and the wife — to attend together. 

(Note: We have a special spiritual mentoring just for caregivers called “Spiritualizing Caregiving.”)

Most Couples Don’t Realize The Danger 

Many relationships fail when there is a serious health issue in the family. Most couples do not realize the danger to their marriage and they focus their efforts almost totally on regaining health. As a result, the emotional concerns of the relationship are put on the back burner until it is too late. No one wants to go through a divorce on the heels of a health challenges.

 

“You can succeed with your intimate relationship — even when there is a health issue involved.”

Adjusting to Your New Roles as Caregiver or Care Receiver

There is a lot involved in learning how to adjust to the role of “caregiver” and “care receiver”. If you want your caregiver to know how to support you and give you quality care, then you need to learn how to communicate with your partner, even if you’re sick. If you want to give quality care, then you need to learn how to listen on many levels to what your partner needs. Obviously, there are caregiving situations where the sick partner is too sick to work on communication, but there are many situations where working as a team to enhance your communication is quite possible. It can make a huge difference in terms of physical healing, as well as improving your quality of life, and the enjoyment the two of you can share as a couple. The rewards of this endeavor can be well worth the effort.

Is Relationship Support for Couples with Health Challenges Something New?

The first few years of marriage, the birth of children, the midlife crisis, the empty nest syndrome and the retirement phase are well-known for being time periods which stress a couple’s relationship. But the biggest challenges in a couple’s relationship comes when one of you develops a major health issue. And, unfortunately, very little is done to support couples going through this crossroads. Our Awakening As A Couple group fills in this gap and provides high-quality relationship support, especially for couples with health concerns.

If You’re the Partner with the Health Challenge

Even if you have a team of top notch doctors, and/or holistic health care professionals, it’s hard to regain your health when you have to do it alone. When you’re in pain and exhausted, it’s hard to know what you need to do to recover. Even if you know how to help yourself, it can be hard to do the tasks involved alone.

If You’re the Healthy Partner

For the healthy partner, what makes caregiving hard usually isn’t so much the daily tasks, it’s more having to watch your partner suffer. It can be very difficult to want to help, but not be sure just what kind of help your partner needs. 

“Whether our bodies heal or not, our hearts and souls can experience enormous healing through the love and intimacy we share with each other.”
~ Sharon and Trevor Hart

The Silent Conflict Couples with Health Issues Often Face

Healthy partners often focus on doing everything they can to reduce their partner’s stress. Therefore, if you’re the healthy partner, you might decide that the best way to protect your partner is to avoid telling them things that might stress them out. It might be appropriate sometimes to just take care of those things yourself. But it can get to the point where keeping things to yourself becomes a habit that blocks effective communication.

 

When it’s your health that is threatened, you just want the pain to stop and the strength and energy to return. Illness draws your energy inward and understandably you focus is on your own well-being. It’s likely that you’re concerned to some degree about not being a burden to your partner. You don’t want to do things that might make your spouse worry. Maybe you try to protect your partner by deciding not to mention when your symptoms get worse. Or perhaps, you are trying too hard to do things on your own, and you exhaust yourself because you don’t want to ask for help.

 

All these concerns are appropriate at the beginning of an illness. But as time moves on, this unspoken pact developed under the guise of protecting one another from stress, actually blocks the possibility for open honest communication. You both act strong and keep putting on that “happy face”. But under the charade, you’re hiding your pain and anger, your grief and fear, from yourself and your partner. When you don’t communicate what’s really going on inside yourself with your partner, intimacy begins to erode. At this point, some couples will begin to argue, while other couples will avoid each other, and some couples swing back and forth between the two.

But it doesn’t have to be that way!

In order for your relationship to grow strong, you both need to talk courageously about what you really think and how you really feel. Even if your communication was great before the illness, you probably need some new tools to communicate now that there is a health issue involved. It can make a big difference to have some compassionate support for re-engaging in effective communication.

When you join the In Sickness and In Health Mentoring Group then you can ask questions, such as these:

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When my partner is hurting, I think what is needed are solutions to make the pain go away. But I keep hearing that what is needed is to just really listen and be present. I find that very difficult to do. I want to help but it seems like I am doing it all wrong. How can I learn to help my partner the way that my partner wants me to help, instead of the way I want to help?

When my partner is hurting, she is understandably afraid. But in her fear, she becomes somewhat demanding. I want to be there for her, but I feel myself pulling away just when she needs me most. How do you provide top quality care for a partner who keeps giving you the message that whatever you do as a caregiver is never enough?

I am the strong independent type who tends to want to be alone when I am hurting. But I can see how I push myself too far and then I am exhausted. My partner wants to help me, but it's really hard for me to talk about my needs. How can I learn to communicate my needs to my partner?

We have come to the point where we barely talk about the "health problem" because when we do, we start to argue. We both don't want to argue, because we don't want to upset each other. However it's not working to just keep ignoring the problems the health issue is causing in our marriage. How do we break the log jam in our communication, so we can work together as a team to help my partner heal?

We love each other, but at this time we have such different needs that we just can't communicate with one another. How do we develop empathy and compassion for one another when we are both struggling so much? We want to be close again.

“When you have a health issue, it draws you inward. It is when you attend to these inner callings for soul growth that miracles of physical healing can happen.”

~ Sharon and Trevor Hart

Sharon and Trevor Hart

How Trevor and Sharon moved through times of uncertainty with grace and courage….

It’s a rare opportunity to learn about how to spiritualize your relationship from a couple, who have been sharing their spiritual path as marriage partners for over 35 years. The Harts celebrate a renewed sense of being in love that is not common in long term marriages today. In this mentoring group, the Harts model for you how there is another path to resolving conflict and moving through tough times, besides divorce.

Over the years, Sharon and Trevor have dealt with some serious health issues which impacted their marriage. As a result of these challenging times, they have learned both individually and as a team how to flow with change on a practical level, while simultaneously maintaining their inner eye on the Divine. They used their challenges as a catalyst to deeper awakening. And they developed the In Sickness and In Health Mentoring Group as an outgrowth from the inner strength and heart wisdom that they learned along the way. This program in many ways is the symbol of their co-creative and ever-expanding marriage.

Sharon and Trevor are spiritual wisdom teachers who have mastered uncertainty and challenge in their own lives. After teaching hundreds of students to negotiate difficult times, you can be sure that they will understand what you are up against. Their living example and clear teaching method gives participants courage to leap beyond uncertainty to discover a clear path to inner strength and heart wisdom.

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How Trevor and Sharon Work Together

Trevor and Sharon will be co-facilitating these spiritual mentoring groups offering different, but very complementary approaches. Their marriage of over 35 years is a Divine partnership based on a deep commitment to awakening and a gift to students.

Sharon’s Quantum Dialogue Works™ accesses the layer of the holographic mind that can literally and instantaneously liberate one from the knots of psychological suffering by switching identification from “personhood” to the holographic wholeness that we all are.

Trevor’s Lightbody Engineering ™ is a remote spiritual healing tool that works on a quantum level with subtle body energies to bring about optimal levels of physical health, deep psycho-spiritual insights and stabilization of awakening.

What is a HartWisdom Mentoring group for Couples with a Health Issue?

What is a HartWisdom Mentoring Group for Couples

The In Sickness and In Health HartWisdom Mentoring Group for Couples provides an opportunity for you and your partner to work together as a team, and discover how tuning into the heart of compassion can open a portal to inner peace, wisdom, unity consciousness, and sublime fulfillment, even when health is poor for one or both of you.

HartWisdom Mentoring Groups Are Structured Around a Theme

In the process of creating a variety of courses over the last several years, it became obvious that the depth, and especially the breadth, of wisdom that Sharon and Trevor have to share is extensive. It is simply too vast to capture in a course format, and so the idea of offering HartWisdom spiritual mentoring groups was born.

Most other spiritual mentoring groups are for individuals to bring up any type of spiritual question or life problem with the spiritual teacher. As far as we know, we are the first spiritual teachers to offer spiritual mentoring groups for couples whereby couples can address how they can share the spiritual path and work as a team towards mutual awakening.

The Harts, however, decided that it would improve the spiritual mentoring experience, if group participants shared a similar concern or interest. When members share a similar interest, then it’s easier for participants to benefit from the questions presented by other participants.

We offer three couples HartWisdom mentoring groups and six Hartwisdom Mentoring Groups for Individuals and each group is structured around a different theme.

The theme for this couple’s group is In Sickness and In Health- When You or Your Spouse has a Health Issue. We also offer two other HartWisdom Mentoring Groups for Couples

  • Awakening Together in Times of Uncertainty
  • Awakening Together as Parents- When Your Child has a Health Issue or Disability

More About HartWisdom Mentoring Groups for Couples

  • When you ask a question in the group, a sacred space is created, for you and/or your partner. Then, Trevor or Sharon takes you on an inward spiritual journey to discover the answer to your questions about couple’s issues, personal growth, spiritual awakening, health and more.
  • These couples mentoring groups are small and intimate, so that there is plenty of time for one-on-one support or “mini-sessions” with Trevor or Sharon.
  • When you observe the Harts working with other couples in the group it usually provides support for your relationship as well. It’s almost as if the other couples in the group do some of the work for you, and when it’s your turn, you’ll do the same for them.
  • These couples Mentoring Groups are structured around your present moment experience; this allows Trevor and Sharon to fine-tune the wisdom teachings to specific concerns you have.
  • Our groups offer you a blend of personal attention, focus on couple’s issues and the power of group synergy.
  • As couples begin to know one another through the work, a strong sense of community develops.
  • This offers you many of the benefits of working with Trevor or Sharon in private sessions and/or couples’ session at a lower cost.
  • This group is a couples only group, both partners need to join the group.

Through HartWisdom Mentoring Groups, this transformational journey has the power to take us from the world in flux that we live in now to the golden age of compassion, cooperation and untold possibilities for ourselves and for humanity.

Theme: In Sickness and In Health

The “In Sickness and In Health Couples Mentoring Group” is a group for couples who want to work on improving their relationship when one (or even both) spouse(s) are struggling with health-related issues.

There many relationship classes online, but there are very few places where a couple can go for high quality relationship support when one of them is coping with an illness, recovering from an accident, adjusting to a disability or adapting to the aging process.

When one partner is ill, big changes happen for both partners in a relationship. Health concerns might challenge your relationship in the following ways:

    Conflicts Increase

    • Differences between how you and your partner are adjusting to the diagnosis
    • Different ideas about what kind of health care is best

    Role Changes

    • One of you, or even both of you need to make changes in your career or your business employment as a result of the health concern
    • One or both of you might have to let go of activities you used to do
    • Sometimes you are put in a position where you have to do tasks that your partner used to do
    • The needs of other family members have to be handled differently because of the health concerned, especially if you have young children.

    Communication Deteriorates

    • When one of your or both of you are hurting it impedes effective communication
    • Exhaustion for one or both of you can affect your ability to communicate with one another
    • Worries about prognosis can impact your ability to communicate with one another

    Recreational Pursuits Change

    • What you do for fun as a couple might change
    • The amount of time you have to enjoy yourselves as a couple might change
    • The amount of time you have to yourself and what you can do with that time might change
    • Time for intimate contact might decrease

Most couples don’t realize that their relationship can be threatened by having to make these kinds of adjustments, until it’s too late.

During each class meeting, the Harts will choose a topic to discuss that is specifically relevant to the concerns of the participants in your group. Here are just a few of the topics that might be covered:

  • Improving Communication Skills when dealing with pain
  • Adjusting to Changing Roles when coping with illness
  • How to stop the “blame game” when you’re both angry about life being about loss of health
  • Ending the power struggle, so you can enjoy the good times
  • Working through difficult emotions individually and together
  • Spiritualizing your relationship as a way to navigate through challenges
  • Discovering who you really are

These groups are small and intimate, so that there is plenty of time for one-on-one support or “mini-sessions” with Trevor or Sharon. There will be opportunities to work with the Harts both as individuals and also as a couple.

You and your partner don’t have to go through this transition by yourselves! That’s what this mentoring group is all about. Trevor and Sharon will guide you each step of the way.

It’s very possible to learn how to navigate this terrain as a team. When a couple can work together as an effective team, then it’s easier to recover health and maintain intimacy.

Joining this Mentoring Group now will give you support to make this transition easier for both of you.

How Do I Get My Partner to Join?

We know that in order for you to get started in the couples’ group, both you and your partner need to get onboard. If you’re the partner, who is initiating the discussion of joining this couples group, we know that it can be challenging to approach your partner.

Well, you don’t have to do it alone. We have a great deal of experience on how to support couples making this decision to join or not to join.

From our experience we know that there is often an enthusiastic partner and a reluctant partner. We understand both positions and we are willing to work with both of you to discover if this couples’ group is a good match for your needs.

It’s interesting to note that as the weeks go by, those people, who were originally reluctant to join the group, often become the most enthusiastic participants. This has happened over and over. Amazing, but true.

To make this decision easier, we offer a FREE opportunity to talk with the Harts.

You both get a chance to speak to one of the Harts before joining the group. Each of you can call and talk for 15 minutes.

How do I register for the free calls? It’s very simple – just fill out the registration form at the bottom of this page and one of the Harts will get back to you shortly and schedule the call(s).

Who is this Couples Mentoring group for? Are we a good match for this group?

This group is focused on how couples who are adjusting to health challenge can find inner peace and joy with one another. It’s for couples who usually get along well, but who are facing additional stress because of health concerns.

What are the benefits of doing this work in a group rather than in private sessions?

Couples are often very pleased to discover that watching the Harts work with other couples in the group usually provides support for their relationship. It’s almost as if the other couples in the group do some of the work for you, and when it’s your turn, you’ll do the same for them.

This mentoring group format offers you many of the benefits of working with Trevor or Sharon in a private couple’s session at a much lower cost.

In addition, as group members begin to know one another through the work, a strong sense of community develops. Welcome to the HartWisdom Community!

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We are not affiliated or sponsored by any religious organization.
Our groups are open to anyone from any religion or spiritual orientation (including atheists), who is interested in exploring Heart Wisdom.

Schedule

Sessions for the In Sickness and In Health Group are ongoing and held

Tuesdays – 7:30-9:30 pm EST
twice a month
(except holidays)

When you are accepted to the program, you will be given the dates for the next 12 group sessions. This group is facilitated by Sharon Hart.

Registration

When you register, you both get a chance to speak to one of the Harts before joining the group. Each of you can call and talk for 15 minutes.

You can register by yourself by filling out the form below. If your partner agrees, you can include your partner’s name and contact information, or he or she can register later.

Once we have spoken privately to all the couples who are planning to join this group, we will let you know when the group will begin.

* means required field

You may choose to complete the Intake Form below now or after you have had your intake phone call with Sharon.

Program Fees

Initial Program Fee

The cost for joining a HartWisdom mentoring group is $375 per person for your initial package of 6 sessions. Rates expected to increase to $450.00 by May 1, 2021 or sooner.

Ongoing Enrollment Fee

You can continue purchasing consecutive blocks of four sessions (2-month) packages for as long as you like.

The current price for a four session (2-month) package is $250. Rates expected to increase to $325.00 by May 1, 2021 or sooner.

These prices are per person, since this is a couples’ group, you will both need to pay the per person cost.

There will be no price increase if you renew your package consecutively. However, to keep this low price, you need to pay by check and you must register within 5 days of completion of your last package of sessions.

Payment in full is required before attending any group.

Prices and dates are subject to change at any time. We do not offer refunds except if we change the time of the group.

Discounts & Payment Method Options

  • EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: The demand for this group and our desire to keep group size means that we have frequent price increases. As much as possible we will post upcoming fee changes by date. But the best way to deal with this is to register quickly.
  • PAY BY CHECK OPTION: If you choose to pay via check for your initial 6 sessions, the cost is reduced by $50.
  • PAYPAL INVOICE- We offer this option for the initial package of 6 sessions ONLY. Let us know if this is how you would like to pay.
  • LOW PRICE EXTENSION: We offer our lowest prices for those who choose to pay using the following methods: (We prefer these options because we want to minimize people going into debt via credit card to pay for our programs.)

    If you use one of these methods, you can reduce your cost by $50 for each payment for a HartWisdom group. Apply for this low-price extension by sending an email to [email protected] and we will send you payment details.

  • SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: We highly advise you speak to us about our partial scholarship program, rather than going into debt to take our course. Apply for our unique Partial Scholarship program by sending an email requesting with the word “mutual gifting” in the subject line to [email protected]. This option is also available for private session work.

FAQs

How can we join a group?

Enrollment occurs on an on-going basis, so you and your partner can join any of these HartWisdom groups in progress at any time.

The first step in joining the group is EASY: you can register by yourself by filling out the form above and indicate which group you want to join. If your partner agrees, you can include your partner’s name and contact information, or he or she can register later.

No payment is required at time of registration.

Be sure to provide your correct phone number(s) on the registration form, because the next step in the enrollment process is a short free couples pre-enrollment call.

What is the free pre-enrollment call about?

The decision to join a couple’s group is usually an intricate process, usually involving an enthusiastic partner and a reluctant partner. We understand both positions and we are willing to work with both of you to discover if this couples’ group is a good match for your needs. To make this decision easier, we offer a FREE opportunity to talk with the Harts.

You both get a chance to speak to one of the Harts before joining the group.

Each of you can call and talk for 15 minutes or if you prefer you can get on the call together.

How do I register for the free calls? It’s very simple – just fill out the pre-registration form at the bottom of this page and one of the Harts will get back to you shortly and schedule the call(s).

During the call you and your partner can ask any questions you might have about our HartWIsdom mentoring couples’ group. We will also go over the details of our enrollment process and payment methods with both of you at that time.

Then, if there is room in the group you and your partner are requesting, you will be invited to join the group.

How do we decide which couple’s group is the best one for us to take?

We have three couple’s group for you to choose from. Just indicate your choice on your registration form above.

Are we required to have a private couples session before we join?

We have discovered that most couple’s need a private couple’s mentoring session with Sharon prior to enrollment. This session will help you to both get on board for the adventure.

This is a prerequisite to joining the group. The cost for the initial one and a half hour couples session is $400; however if you both join one of the HartWisdom couples groups, then the cost is reduced by 50% ($200 off).

Additional sessions are full price unless you apply for one of our special discounts- see below.

To schedule your first couple’s session, contact Sharon at [email protected].

Enrolling in private sessions during the initial enrollment period does not guarantee that you or your partner will become on-going private client(s).

Is Relationship Support for Couples with Health Challenges Something New?

The first few years of marriage, the birth of children, the midlife crisis, the empty nest syndrome and the retirement phase are well-known for being time periods which stress a couple’s relationship. But the biggest challenges in a couple’s relationship comes when one of you develops a major health issue. And, unfortunately, very little is done to support couples going through this crossroads. Our Awakening As A Couple group fills in this gap and provides high-quality relationship support, especially for couples with health concerns.

Is this a Mentoring Group for caregivers who have a spouse with a health issue?

No. Actually, it’s not. Our Spiritualizing Caregiving Mentoring Group is for individuals who serve as a family caregiver to a loved one. The Spiritual Caregiving group is for family caregivers who provide care out of love (it’s not for professional caregivers who get paid for caregiving). You can come to the Spiritualizing Caregivers Group by yourself. You can learn more about the caregivers group HERE.

How often do these couples' mentoring groups meet?

Each month you receive two online, video group couples’ sessions on Zoom, with each session lasting an hour and half to two hours. We understand that for a variety of reasons you might want to turn off your camera and that is acceptable. However, the Hart’s ability to facilitate your work as a couple improves greatly if they can see your faces.
When you join a group, initially we ask for a three-month commitment, because we know that it takes most people 6 sessions to have a full sense of how this work can be of benefit to them.

What do you mean by on-going? Can we stay in the group after the initial 6 sessions are over?

Yes! Our groups are ongoing, allowing the group members to continue the HartWisdom mentoring experience as long as they want. When you and your partner join a group, we ask for a three-month commitment, because we know that it takes most people 6 sessions to have a full sense of how this work can be of benefit to them. After the initial six group sessions, you and your partner can rejoin the group with as many additional two-month commitments as you would like.

What is the time commitment?

We understand that when your coping with a health issue, time is at a premium. Therefore, there will be no required homework assignments.
However, there will be some short optional homework assignments. These optional assignments will give you an opportunity to prepare for more efficient in-group communication with your partner. If your health allows it would be to your advantage to complete these assignments.
But if you can’t complete the assignments we totally understand and your presence in the class is not at all dependent on your completing these optional assignments.

Can I get an audio recording of a group session if I am too ill to attend?

We highly advice you to attend all couples group calls in person.
We understand that health concerns may impede your ability to attend every group call live.
If you are sick and you cannot attend a particular group session, then contact us and we will provide an audio (not video) recording of that call. Because we want to encourage your attending the calls live, we limit this service to one recording per every eight calls unless you obtain special permission.
This option is only available to those enrolled in the Caring for a Loved One Program only. We do not provide this service for any of our other groups.
We reserve the right to record any group session for our own use.

What if health concerns could impact our limit to attend every meeting?

We understand that couples with health concerns might find it difficult to attend every group meeting. Thus, we provide audio recordings of calls upon request.
If the health problem becomes critical, then at our discretion, we might give you written permission
to postpone sessions and complete them at a later date
To switch to a different mentoring group
To apply the balance to a private session.

My partner is very excited about this mentoring group, but I am sick and it feels a bit overwhelming to try and do this. Is it really worth my while to invest my limited energy into this couples group?

Obviously, when you’re in pain or exhausted, it’s difficult to communicate. Words are just harder to find when you’re hurting. We understand.
Think about it this way: If you and your partner are struggling to communicate, then your partner won’t have a clear idea of what you need. It will affect the quality of care you receive from your partner.
However, if you and your partner improve your communication then it will be easier for your partner to provide more optimum care. Your partner needs your cooperation in order to be a good caregiver.
Before you reject the idea of participating in this group, it might be valuable to think of the consequences of not joining the group.
Think about it this way: It’s not uncommon for a spouse to leave a marriage as a result of a health issue. Being left alone with no support when your ill can be very difficult.
As difficult as it might be to participate in this group with your health challenge, the consequences of not attending might be even worse.
We have great compassion for how difficult this decision might be for you. You are welcome to call for a 15 minute free consultation.
How do I register for the free calls? It’s very simple – just fill out the pre-registration form at the bottom of this page and one of the Harts will get back to you shortly and schedule the call(s).

Will we really have an opportunity to work directly with Sharon and Trevor? How many people will be in the group?

Yes! Unlike many similar programs, which enroll hundreds of participants, we are making a conscious decision to keep our groups small. We keep enrollment to a level, where there is plenty of time for everyone in the group to actively participate. If you prefer to just come and listen that is also an option.

I have been told by other people that you have a very long waitlist. Is it possible to get a private session with Trevor and Sharon?

When you participate in any of our groups, you go to the top of the waitlist for private sessions. This is not a guarantee that you will get private sessions with Trevor or Sharon but it does improve your chances of becoming a private client.

I am very interested in experiencing the LightBody Engineering protocols. Will Trevor be providing any LBE protocols during the groups?

We have plans for Trevor to offer LightBody Engineering Protocols in these groups at a later date. Currently, this is only available to those, who have been an active part of our community. Hopefully, we will be able to offer you a series of protocols in these groups starting in January 2021. If you are interested in private sessions, join our email list and also sign up for Trevor’s waitlist.

Join Trevor’s Private Waiting List

I know Trevor’s practice is very full. Will Trevor be attending every session?

Trevor is in the process of shifting his focus from his private work to these HartWisdom Mentoring Groups, but this will happen as a transition that slowly occurs over time. Please understand that Trevor has a sacred contract with his existing clients that must be fulfilled before he transitions to these groups.

As we begin launching these HartWisdom Programs, Trevor’s involvement will be quite limited, and Sharon will often be the primary facilitator and mentor during the initial phase. But as the HartWisdom Programs become more established, and as Trevor begins to reduce the size of his private practice, Trevor’s role and involvement in the HartWisdom groups will increase substantially.

Starting in Fall 2020, Trevor will begin facilitating the following groups with Sharon at least once a month.

Starting early 2021, we expect that Trevor will begin facilitating the following groups with Sharon at least once a month.

These groups will always be facilitated by Sharon

Who is this group NOT for?

This couples group is NOT for you:

  • If you aren’t interested in personal growth
  • If you are clear that emotions are not something you want to explore
  • If exploring a higher power is something you know that you are not interested in
  • If you like to blame others for your problems
  • If you think you’re beyond hope and you’re not willing to change
  • If you like to argue and debate

For those of you who have partners with the issues listed above, we suggest you choose from the following options:

Jere Bierhaus

Sharon and I co-taught relationship and couples classes with Dr. Bruce Fisher, author of Rebuilding, When Your Relationship Ends. It was a wonderful and uplifting experience for both of us to have the privilege of working with the late Dr. Fisher, who was a nationally known leader in the field of divorce and relationships. Sharon is compassionate and perceptive, and she established a wonderful rapport with the people in the class, who easily trusted her with their concerns and feelings. It was fascinating to watch her work with couples, as she tracked the concerns of both individuals and guided them towards the discovery of a mutually satisfying solution.

Jere Bierhaus

President of Fisher Seminars

Sophia SharonAnne

Sharon responds to my emotional confusion with a depth of both spiritual and psychological wisdom that is soothing and very helpful.

Sophia SharonAnne

Barrett C. Brown

My work with Trevor has been phenomenal in terms of how much I’ve changed. I am in deep gratitude to spaces he has opened up. From a practical standpoint, I have much more personal power, a stronger relationship to money (resulting in a huge income jump) and a much deeper ability to leverage high impact with a mainstream audience. I feel that he is a savant with a real gifted genius in combination with a lifetime of very intensive personal work combined with genuine lineage transmissions from the past as well as from what I can only describe as the future as well.

Barrett C. Brown

PhD, Organizational Consultant and Author of "The Future of Leadership for Conscious Capitalism"

Pierce D. Nunley

For those of us who find ourselves (either by choice or by circumstance) on a journey of exploration and self-discovery towards multidimensional realms, Trevor Hart is a gifted guide, facilitator, and mentor. I have worked with Trevor regularly for the past four years. Trevor’s assistance and unique gifted guidance has accelerated my exploration in ways that cannot be put into words. He has an amazing ability to ‘meet you where you are’ in this exploration of either a novice or seasoned traveler. I remain grateful to have Trevor walking by my side on this journey.

Pierce D. Nunley

MD

Sara Levine

The work I have done and am doing with Trevor has been so very significant and positive to my life. It feels very special to be a part of this group work. My overall being feels elevated. Anecdotally, after the first group session alone, my acupuncturist felt my “pulses” at the start of our weekly session and kicked me off the table. That had never happened before. Being a part of the group session has been a real blessing in my life.

Sara Levine

Katie Teague

Cosmic shaman meets the practical mystic. This is Trevor Hart. His knowledge and access to the unseen realms and dimensions is breathtaking. His intimate understanding of the lightbody and our collective emergent edge is rare and awesome. And better yet, the protocols and methodologies he has developed to work multidimensionally with others in service of the healing and awakening of humanity is a profound gift to us all.

Katie Teague

Independent Filmmaker

Gangaji

That you hear so clearly and are willing to be taken by TRUTH entirely is evident in your words (the vibration of Them) as well as in your work with others….What grace for those who come to you.

Gangaji

Marin County, California

Sally Carruthers

I have had numerous sessions with Sharon over the years. She brings a unique blend of spiritual wisdom and practical solutions to relationship issues. When I am at my wit’s end with no idea how to move forward with my relationships, I can count on her to listen closely and quickly point me to the root cause of my confusion. Sharon ‘s guidance always presents me with a whole new, fresh and uplifting perspective. She is amazing.

Sally Carruthers

Ed. D Special Education Consultant & Advocate Louisville, CO

Paul Rubin

Sharon’s caring and interdisciplinary skills showed me how to face powerful emotions, dive straight into them and find the joy and connectedness hiding beneath them. Her honesty and integrity helps to create a safe environment in which to explore hidden avenues within the soul. If you have always sensed something deeper in life, dreamed of a life with more richness and love, please find the courage to seek Sharon’s wisdom.

Paul Rubin

Gunbarrel, Co.