Jane Smith Bernhardt
Jane is a graduate of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance and
a seven-year course in multi-dimensional healing
through Greta Bro's Wisdom Ways Mystery School.
Practice in meditative listening opened the way for the
extraordinary illuminations on the afterlife recorded in
her first book: We are Here Love Never Dies.
Jane's new manuscript, The Sweet Conversation, includes
inspiring messages received over a six-year period as well
as exercises for the reader to enter more deeply into a
personal relationship with the Source of Love. A widening
community of Listening Circles is springing up, using this
manuscriptas inspiration for expanding spiritual guidance.
Over the years Jane traveled extensively with her visual art
exhibits and original solo dramatic performances. Finding in art a pathway to the heart and spirit, Bernhardt uses creativity
as a vehicle for human transformation.
From Auschwitz to Hiroshima, from Russia to our
inner cities, teacher, author, portraitist, and actor, Bernhardt’s
art has taken her all over the world.
A third generation portrait artist and seasoned actor of stage and television, graduating from the American Academy of
Dramatic Arts in Manhattan, she poignantly combines her portrait skills and acting in projects such as the Hibakusha Peace Project.
The Hibakusha Peace Project is a multimedia
tribute to the survivors of Hiroshima.
Using her art to change the world, Bernhardt has delivered
lectures on art and social change, led workshops in art and drama
for schools, and facilitated many retreats.
We are Here
Love Never Dies
by Jane Smith Bernhardt
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Jane teaches and lectures on a variety of topics including spiritual guidance, portraiture, resistance and social transformation. Contact Jane for details.