Wyllene, born into a Catholic family in the United States, had the desire to live overseas and pursue a career in fashion design. She became pregnant at an early age and then knew that something in her soul was fundamentally altered. She became a seeker and searched to regain her desires of fashion design but was never on target. In 1992, she was licensed as a spiritual counselor through Agape International Spiritual Center and kept pursuing the freedom which was fundamentally altered as a teenager. Wyllene participated as team facilitator with the Process Oriented Psychology organization of Portland, Oregon which brings awareness to unconscious behavior patterns and how to heal and enrich personal and group relationships. Wyllene founded, Acts of Power, a transformational training organization that developed and implemented a program to assist African Americans with ways to unravel the systemic behavior of oppression.
She trained in Family Constellations, developed by Bert Hellinger, to learn and apply the experiential methods that detect the interruption of the natural soul process and brings to consciousness why an individual maybe stuck in achieving healthy relationships, healthy finances, healthy health, a satisfying career, and a solid spiritual foundation and total wellbeing. Wyllene realized that with all of the forums she participated in, forgiveness was the key for her. She became aware that she had a sound pact with Spirit/God and that the love of God is so unmovable, unwavering and unshakable that no matter what choices she made in the past that the love of God keeps her spirit in tact, always. She had to understand that even though God loved her, she had to have the same unwavering, unmovable and unshakeable love for herself; and by actively taking account of her past, getting resolve, shucking off the energy of old negative beliefs, making amends with herself, Wyllene became free; and she knows that to maintain the freeness, forgiveness is an ongoing practice. Thus, she writes this workbook of intentional forgiveness trusting that it will serve many who are in emotional bondage by resentment, blame, shame, guilt, self destructive behavior, and may uncover unidentifiable pain and anger.
Wyllene lives an eclectic lifestyle. She has a spiritual practice, is the administrator of a national trade association and an independent consultant to small businesses. Traveling, street bazaars, and celebrating with family and friends, listening to inspirational soul stirring music of various genres, watching comedy, eating fun and different foods; witnessing her clients having spiritual “ahas” and etheric healing are her passions.
Wyllene has a BS Degree in Social Science, lives in the Southern United States, is married, has two adult sons and is Mi Mi to Rashid, Janiya and Josiah and Mah!Lene to Brooklynne R.
Wyllene's motto is “Helping Others to Thrive”.