Getting SplitReady Episode 29.4: Growing Through New Perspective During the Time of Divorce and Beyond

Divorce can most often be seen as the end of something and the dismantling of a couple, but it doesn’t have to be. With a new perspective on divorce, one can find intention and learn how to move forward. A technique we’ve discussed thoroughly in this series, meditation can help you look deeper within the self to see what’s holding you back and discover what you really want. In this, we can grow and move forward after divorce.

Join us for a discussion on a new perspective and positive change through divorce with Freddy Zental Weaver, co-founder of the TantraNova Institute.

Also joining the panel are Dr. Elsbeth Meuth, co-founder of the TantraNova Institute, Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law PC, and Patrick Kalscheur from Kalscheur Conscious Family Law.


Freddy Zental Weaver

About Freddy

Freddy Zental Weaver is the co-founder of TantraNova Institute, where people come to create lasting intimacy and fulfillment in their relationships. Along with Dr. Elsbeth Meuth, he has coached billionaires, innovators and power couples all over the world. He has co-lead creative self-discovery seminars at the Institute for Creative Living in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Hawaii.

Freddy wrote a play based on longstanding personal and professional experience demonstrating how to develop sexual enlightenment, affecting life-force energy. As an accomplished performing artist, percussionist, stand-up comedian and storyteller, Freddy tours the United States with his one-man show called “Sexual Enlightenment“.


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