Sheri D. Kling is a scholar, teacher, author, and speaker who works at the intersection of theological/philosophical worldviews, spiritual practice, and ecology to construct ideas and practices that foster psycho-spiritual wholeness and common flourishing. Her life and work have centered around building a transforming faith and an authentic, sacred life through the spiritual practice of dream work as a means of navigation to encounter a living, divine presence that will transform our lives and hearts if we let it.

Sheri is also a singer, songwriter, guitarist and essayist and considers herself a “voice for transformation.”


What is a transforming faith?

Can your night dreams serve as a spiritual compass?

Mashing up C.G. Jung and A.N. Whitehead to facilitate spiritual transformation.