Walking With Sobonfu
Susan Hough experienced a profound shift in her life when she first encountered the works of Sobonfu Somé. What she didn’t realize, at the time, was that those books would lead her to a profound lifelong connection with the author.
Through her friendship with Sobonfu, Hough’s life expanded in deeper, more meaningful and more spiritual ways.
Walking with Sobonfu chronicles Hough’s friendship with Sobonfu as they share experiences in North America as well as in Africa. This book is filled with the wisdom of both women and invites the reader to dive deeply into the richness of their own lives through rituals and ceremonies that bring about stronger connections to themselves, the earth, and their communities.
Hough’s remarkable experiences are a tribute to the power of connection and friendship and are a powerful reminder of what it means to embrace one’s own voice and live from a place of deep authenticity.
Susan Hough has been living her gift for over 35 years. A born healer, she began her journey on the East Coast working with teens and families. The rites of passage of losing her mother, being diagnosed with breast cancer, and suffering through a divorce caused Susan’s entire life to shift. Experiencing so many deeply challenging experiences she rededicated herself to turn them into rites of passage which deepened her journey to heal herself emotionally, physically, and spiritually.