Constance Kellough

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Constance Kellough

Constance Kellough  is the president of Namaste Publishing, the publisher that brought us Eckhart Tolle. In her book The Leap, she proposes that consciousness is a reality anyone can enter at any time. The key is stillness, not silence. The Leap promises to help you stay present with the physical realm in a profoundly deep way. As the Zen masters say: ‘Before enlightenment, chop wood and carry water; after enlightenment, chop wood and carry water.’

English literature instructor, management consultant, publisher, and now author, Constance Kellough has been a pioneer in bringing resolution to challenges and conflicts by honoring the unquestionable value of each individual.

The insights Constance shares with us in her book The Leap began developing as a young teacher of disadvantaged high school students and continued through bringing people together in the business world to accomplish breakthroughs in behavior and novel solutions.

Marrying former experiences and skills with publishing spiritual, metaphysical, and self-help books provided Constance with an opportunity to deepen her spirituality and increase her awareness of our spiritual potential.

Intersections in Time that changed my Life, by Marj

Somehow, for me, Constance Kellough and Eckhart Tolle are interwoven in my heart.  Constance ‘came into’ my awareness and my life because of Eckhart.  A  delightful friend said to me one day, “You have just got to go to Inner Directions in La Jolla.  I went this year and it was incredible.”  It was there that I connected with Eckhart Tolle not long after ‘The Power of Now’ had first come out and was creating an ‘underground buzz’ in spiritual settings.  “The Flowering of Consciousness” was being filmed.  As Eckhart  signed my book, I invited him to come to Unity of Tustin.

After Eckhart had been at Unity, I felt very drawn to invite Connie, the person who had been so important to Eckhart in navigating the way into publishing.  An immense curiosity arose, I seemed to ‘feel’ the heart and soul of one who had been such an important part of the birthing of an unknown writer who would be part of creating a shift in the world.  It changed Connie’s life also, she is now Constance and the founder of Namaste Publishing!

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Constance Kellough’s Links:

http://www.namastepublishing.com

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