“Miguel Dean is an inspiring speaker and an inspiring man. Authentic, sincere and courageous, he speaks as a man who has walked a journey, experienced hardship and discovered Love along the way.” – Mac Macartney (Founder of Embercombe – a catalyst community for the emergence of change makers and leaders)

Introducing Miguel:

Miguel’s Life mission in service and Love of the Divine Feminine was catalysed at seven months old when he lost his mother to cancer.  As a result of other challenges in his early life, Miguel as a, young man spiralled down into a shadowy world of violence, petty crime, addiction and homelessness. It was the love of his new born son that inspired him to begin to face his demons and take responsibility.

For over twenty years he has been immersed in the ‘twin paths’ of healing and transformation which can be summarized as an inner journey to heal his own wounds facilitated and complimented by his contribution to service to others and spiritually rooted social change.

Initially working with disadvantaged young people for many years, Miguel has now evolved into a profoundly effective catalyst for change and facilitator of the marriage of the divine masculine and feminine.

His intuitive, sensitive nature and honest, authentic and open heartedness are amongst the gifts he has to share in his passion to empower youth and adults in order to facilitate and catalyse the transition, from what no longer serves humanity and the planet, into what is increasingly being known as’ the more beautiful world that our hearts know is possible’.

His immersion in the work of the divine masculine and feminine has its roots in his desire to create a more beautiful world for children now and the generations to come. When the inner and outer relationship between man and woman is restored to balance, peace and harmony, it is the children of these relationships who will benefit most. And these children shall grow up to be the healthy, whole, visionary, leaders and change-makers of the future.

‘Society grows great when old men plant trees in whose shade they know they shall not sit.’

Greek proverb




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