We had the good fortune of connecting with Maggie Clark and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Maggie, what matters most to you?
I value being true to oneself. I believe we all have two jobs in any lifetime. The first is to find yourself and the second is to be what you find. Many great philosophers have touched upon this universal truth. “Know Thyself” was written on the Oracle of Delphi and written about by Socrates, Plato and many poets and philosophers through the ages. The importance of understanding who you are and finding a way to be true to yourself is a process of self-discovery and self-love. When you can learn how to be who you are, life becomes a creative process of designing your life around your own truth.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
My goal as a Spiritual Coach is to help one find a way to use their own spiritual belief system to be applicable for empowerment, healing and growth. Many of my personal challenges have been to discover how to do this for myself so that I could help others find a fulfilling path. I am most excited when I can share wisdom and universal truths with others. I have a passion for teaching and inspiring others to see the interconnectedness of life and the expanding consciousness of humanity.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Daily hikes are a must! Phoenix has some amazing hiking trails in the desert. Some of my favorites include McDowell Sonoran Preserve and Apache Wash Trail. I would take my friend shopping at Storm Wisdom in Phoenix for some high vibration crystals and local artisan artwork. I would head north for a day in Cave Creek to visit Frontier Town and get a flavor of the wild west. I would have lunch at the Indian Village for some authentic Mexican food and the best guacamole and fry bread. For some fine dining, I would go to Pomodoro Italian Grill and Seafood. I would also take a few days to scoot up north to Prescott, Jerome, and Sedona for some fresh mountain air and beautiful scenery.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
My mentor, Marion Dennis.