Ron's speaking and coaching work has had a positive impact on many people's lives. Below, some have chosen to share their stories of transformation and success.
Some of the most intense spiritual work one can do in this lifetime is that of forgiveness work. Here, Amy shares her story and experience working with Ron.
Leadership poses many challenges, as it's one of the most complex forms of relationship. Here, Netania speaks about how Ron has impacted her leadership abilities.
What does it take to be a great coach for someone else? Here Chris sheds light on working through the dark places, and the crucial forgiveness work, with Ron guiding him.
About Ron's Work
About Seeing True:
“What is the truth? What truly matters? “Seeing True: Ninety Contemplations in Ninety Days” strives to help readers answer those questions instead of blindly lying to themselves and following whatever happens to guide them at that time. Discussing countless topics such as love, the difference between right and wrong, dealing with pain, and more, “Seeing True™” is a solid guide to finding what really matters. Highly recommended for community library spirituality collections.”
— Midwest Book Review
About "A Killer's Grace"
“... a work of fiction, it was inspired by a real letter from a serial killer... important and compelling... will stay with you long after the last page.”
— Kim Aures, reviewer for Rebecca Reads
“A Killer’s Grace delves deep into the human psyche…
Chapman’s professional expertise as a social worker, along with his natural sharing of deep insights and helpful support for those in addiction recovery, creates a rich and deep story of self-understanding and redemption.
Those who have experienced abuse or violence in their own lives will not only relate to the story, but may find their own self-discovery journey unfolding alongside Kevin’s, as well as unexpected opportunities for healing.”
— Paula Renaye, Author, "Living the Life You Love"
“In Chapman’s provocative metaphysical thriller, Kevin Pitcairn, a recovering alcoholic, works as a freelance reporter and columnist for the Albuquerque Chronicle. Much to his surprise, Pitcairn receives a lengthy letter form convicted serial killer Daniel Davidson, who turns out to be a reader of the journalist’s work…Pitcairn sticks his neck out to advocate on the killer’s behalf. Ultimately [A Killer’s Grace is] an…engaging story.”
— Publisher's Weekly, February 2013
“Thank you for giving such a beautiful voice to a moral dilemmma...”
— Sharon Leach Kohout
About "Breathing, Releasing, and Breaking Through: A Practice for Seeing True™"
“Ron is on to something here, something that’s at the heart of all tradition, all philosophy. Ron guides us to the only place the answers truly are, WITHIN. If you’re ready to really to embody yourself fully and get to the bottom of your suffering, Breathing, Releasing & Breaking Through is for you! Ron is a brilliant teacher, a very qualified mentor, and an all around great person to have on your team as you trudge your road to happy destiny. Now I have Ron right where I want him, in my pocket! Kudos to you my fellow trekker, thank you for being true to you.”
— Susan Rees
About Ron Chapman:
“He’s a master at creating effective dialogue and interaction on the most difficult issues and intractable problems, always with a design for real outcomes and practical action.”
— Roby Wallace, CEO, Entrebusiness
“Blessed with a loving patience so rare in this day and age, [Ron] draws upon his own experience and wide breadth of training in mentoring the personal growth of others.”
— Michael Brescia, Attorney at Law
“Ron is a great gift!”
— Mike Smith, Director of Training and Development, City of Albuquerque and President - American Society for Training and Development (NM Branch)
About "My Name is Wonder":
“… a book for the ages, with profound truths simply stated. First there was Jonathan Livingston Seagull and then Yoda — Now there is Wonder.”
— Beverly Molander, Minister and Radio Host of Activating the Power of Yes
“… an exploration of human nature and into the allegorical realm that shows us how to be wise teachers and guides …”
— Paula Renaye, Author of Lving the Life You Love
About "What A Wonderful World"
“What a Wonderful World, a book of transitions of the heart, the opening of the Eye of Beauty. Clarity is an aspect of love, it is seeing clearly. Ron Chapman sees with those eyes. He pays attention as few do to the miracles around us. He tells the One Story in all its permutations as a way of drawing us closer to our heart.”
— Stephen Levine, Author of "Who Dies?" and "Gradual Awakening"