Sep 21, 2021
David J. Kundtz is a retired licensed marriage and family therapist, a former Catholic priest and author of seven books.
Kundtz earned graduate degrees in psychology and theology and his doctoral degree, a Doctor of Science and Theology in the field of Pastoral psychology, from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, he attended Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland.
After spending twenty years as an ordained priest working in the Catholic Diocese of Boise, Idaho and Cali, Colombia, he went on to build a successful private marriage and family counseling practice in Berkeley, CA, for twenty some years. He also offered workshops in the areas of human resources, stress management, and emotional health as the director of Inside Track Seminars.
In this episode, David shares how he
finally made a decision to stop, and in doing so, he found his way.
He talks about the three different ways in which we get to the art
of stopping: still-points, stopovers, and grinding halts. Plus,
David explains why we are in the place of having less time, less
energy, and too much to do. Later, David teaches us how to shift
the way we live to be in the space of greater fulfillment and
In this Episode You’ll Learn:
Soul Shifting Quotes:
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