Yol Swan, Spiritual Mentor, Author, Coach

Yol Swan

Spiritual Mentor, Author & Coach

The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing For Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls

Are you highly sensitive, creative and empathic but feel lost or out of place? In this Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist, the author takes you on a spiritual healing journey to understand your soul type, discover your feminine power, and fulfill your purpose to balance an overly masculine world.

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Songs of Light and Dark: Poetic Meditations on the Self and Random Haikus

An honest, intimate reflection on the non-dual divinity of the soul trapped in the contradictions of human experience. This is spiritual poetry with a bit of an edge and the insight and hope of a soul in search of itself.

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“Yol Swan is quite simply a healing transmitter of knowledge and wisdom of the soul. She combines astonishing and wide-ranging healing insights with a profound and exquisite heart presence upon every page. In my experience with writing and the ability to ‘transmit’ —she has it. She is a gift to the world.” ~Anaiya Sophia, author of Womb Wisdom: Awakening the Creative and Forgotten Powers of the Feminine.

From the Blog…

  • The Need For Emotional & Spiritual Maturity

    Humanity’s creative and intellectual capacity never ceases to amaze me. We’ve been able to produce remarkable works of art, music, film, literature, and philosophy, as well as impressive advances in science and technology. We’ve sent astronauts into space and now keep […]

  • Why You Need To Balance Activity With Relaxation

    If you are like most people, you’re always active, busy with work and relationships. You’re ‘on’ from the moment you wake up till you fall asleep, tackling many chores and errands on a regular basis. You go from one thing to another each and every day. This is the nature of […]

  • The Path To Spiritual Freedom Is Not a Highway

    I love this Zen story. A famous Japanese swordsman disowned his son Matajuro because he considered him too mediocre and undisciplined to ever reach the level of proficiency required to inherit his school. Bent on redeeming himself, the young man headed to Mount Futara to find renowned master Banzo, […]

  • You Can’t Be Happy Without Understanding Your Mind

    Two young Zen monks were traveling on a muddy road under a heavy rain when they saw a pretty girl in a silk kimono and sash looking at the road. She was clearly hesitant to cross the intersection and get her clothes dirty. One of the young men offered to carry her over the mud, lifting her in his […]

  • Master the Art of Listening For Emotional & Spiritual Freedom

    How much time do you spend in solitude and silence? In this time and age, it’s easy to guess not much. We are attached to our cell phones, we constantly interact with people in person and on social media, and we get bombarded with all kinds of stimuli and news as we go about our daily […]

  • The Liberating Practice of Moving Into Stillness

    If I asked you to count how many thoughts you think within a minute, would you include the thoughts produced by counting or would you consider those part of your task? The answer may not be obvious, because there are different mental layers at play in any cognitive process. This is what allows you […]