Radiant Light Spiritual Direction
Rev. Marilyn Buehler, M.Div. has a Masters of Divinity from the Sancta Sophia Seminary. She honors all spiritual paths as they meet on the mystical level, knowing the exterior differences fade as we learn to live a life guided by higher principles. Her maxim is to bring into daily life the message of love and truth.
In the early 70's, Marilyn began her spiritual exploration through reading the Bhagavad-Gita and practicing meditation. Her inquiry led her to explore the teachings of Meher Baba, Sufism, Vedanta, eastern wisdom, and the mystical traditions. Beginning in 2002, as a student at Sancta Sophia Seminary, she was introduced to Esoteric Christianity. She is mindful of the truths expressed in all spiritual paths.
Marilyn is an oblate of the Benedictine Camaldolese order and a member of Spiritual Directors International. She has also completed four units of Clinical Pastoral Education at the UC
Davis Medical Center. From 2009 through 2012, she was a weekend Chaplain at Kaiser South Sacramento.
Marilyn offers spiritual direction to individuals of any spiritual or religious tradition in Sacramento at the Bread of Life Center and by Zoom.
Rev. Marilyn Buehler, M.Div. is certified as a Spiritual Director through the Franciscan Spiritual Center Spiritual Director Training Program. She has certificates as a Wellness Guide, Pastoral Counselor, and in Christian Ministry from Light of Christ Community Church. In 2007, she was ordained as an Esoteric Christian/Interfaith minister, and is a Minister in Special Standing with the International Council of Community Churches.
She has continually studied topics of health and wellness, and is also a certified massage therapist, Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner, Certified Ayurvedic Herablist and Lifestyle Counselor, and a certified Chair Yoga Instructor. She is dedicated to wellness of mind, body, and spirit.
Dedicated to support inter-religious dialog and interspirituality, Marilyn is a member of the Parliment of the Worlds Religions. She attended the 2015 Parliament in Salt Lake City and 2018 Parliament in Toronto, Cananda.