Lois Shannon

Lois Shannon

Lois Shannon has spent the last five years on an intensive path of self-discovery in an attempt to understand and embody what it means to be a woman in the 21st century. After feeling a deep disconnection with herself and the world around her, Lois reclaimed her worth through an active mindfulness practice and by sharing in a community of women. She has had a successful business career, was a full-time mother, has an active spiritual path, and has been an intrepid traveler and explorer. More recently she has been trained in trauma constellations and mindfulness facilitation, and has experience with many other healing modalities. After almost 20 years in Europe, she now lives in Boulder, Colorado with her husband and three teenage children.

 
March 18 2016

Give Yourself Permission to Pause

Lois Shannon

Meet the founder of The Woman’s Network and mindfulness teacher Lois Shannon, as she describes her journey from being a middle daughter among five girls, to building her life as a corporate executive, to eventually re-emerging from her primarily masculine life to explore what it means to be a woman in our society.

January 15 2016

What Does It Mean To Be A Woman?

Lois Shannon

For most of her life, Truthteller Lois Shannon was what author Maureen Murdock calls a “father’s daughter” in her book The Heroine’s Journey, identifying largely with her father and many masculine qualities in an effort to fit into the existing structures of power and success. She shares her personal journey to heal her wounded feminine and reclaim her womanhood, and her effort to help other women do the same.