Testimonials

Testimonials

Molly Lord and her “TUNED-IN, The Soundtrack Of Your Life” workshops have received rave reviews from our students and the Colorado Springs community. Some have enjoyed the music and personal development piece for the inspiring deep dive into the arts that it was intended to be. Others report it has changed their lives forever! Every response exclaims how much fun they had, Molly’s extraordinary facilitation skill, and the insight they’ve gained into themselves and the impact of the music they love. The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and The Bemis School of Art is honored to have this caliber of work as part of our curriculum.

Tara Savanne Thomas
Director, Bemis School of Art
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
at Colorado College

 

As a Tuned-In alumni, I have experienced first-hand the healing and empowering nature of Molly’s workshop. I remember sitting on the edge of my chair, barely able to wait for what was to come next! Molly has created a safe haven of new ideas for both patients and our staff, as well as providing the tools to facilitate healing. I would recommend this workshop to any and all health care providers. It inspires, relights fuses, and provides a window into a profound tool for their own life and those they serve.

“Britta C. Newcomer, RN, BSN, OCN Oncology Resource Manager, Memorial Health System, Colorado Springs”

 

Molly Lord has been an excellent addition to the faculty of our International “Addictive Disorders, Behavioral Health and Mental Health” Winter Symposium over the past few years. She is a dynamic and energetic speaker who has the unique ability to integrate wisdom, humor, music, real world clinical experiences, and metaphoric meaning within the context of her Jungian-based training/educational programs. Therapist and mental health workers will find Molly’s training programs to be professionally beneficial, personally enriching and skill enhancing.

“Gary G. Forrest, EdD, PhD – Clinical Psychologist, Director, Psychotherapy Associates, PC Winter Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO”

 

 
I don’t know how Molly did it, but somehow two days of fun culminated in a personal reflective process and my seeing all the beautiful threads in the tapestry of my life. Turns out, music has magical powers—like time travel and the alchemy of turning suffering into wisdom; enough to show you how invaluable every step of the way has always been. Who knew? I am deeply grateful.
 
Sherry Dell, PhD, CN
Clinical Holistic Nutritional Counseling

This entire experience was profoundly enriching. It was the most fun form of “consciousness raising” I have ever experienced.

Karl F.

This entire experience was profoundly enriching. It was the most fun form of “consciousness raising” I have ever experienced.

Bev S.

TUNED-IN was a tremendous way to spend my weekend! The new perspective I took into work with me on Monday morning – is still singing its tune on Friday!

Linda T.

I’m excited for this refreshing new perspective to use with my clients. The insights and growth it provided myself & these women is profound.

Kelly N.

A week out from my TUNED-IN experience I continue to experience day to day work and family situations with new eyes. It took the music to expand my point of view.

Dick E.

As a 78 year old artist, I’ve always been a “see and interpret” artist. But this experience changed my whole point of view and changed my life. I now create in a totally different way –from deep listening! Your workshop is the best I’ve ever attended.

Linda S.

I loved discussing music in a way that, as a non-musician, I could fully participate. Suddenly there was a place for my voice in the music world! My intellect met my passion.

John W.

In a lifetime of listening to music, how did I miss this angle? I will never hear it the same again. This experience was a profound kick in the butt to reinvent several aspects of my life. Thanks for “changing my tune.

Beverly D.

Yikes! If this weekend had been any more powerful I might have spontaneously combusted. It really was like tiny little sticks of dynamite in my heart.

Michael F.

A fantastic guide to listening like never before…this was an entertaining, generous and wise musical journey.

Matthew D.

The Keeper Of The Keys

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Molly, along with other masters of personal development — Jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff, and John Gray — take the hell out of self-help in this both entertaining and poignant fictional story of the no-good-very-bad-day of character, Michael Walden. Not since a Christmas Carol has a dream sequence told stories this rich, this revealing, or this much fun.

My scene from the documentary, The Keeper Of The Keys, Produced by Robin Jay.

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