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About Arehn

In 1986 Arehn discovered her life’s purpose was, “To inspire the love of God in people.” For over 30 years, she has helped people connect with a power greater than themselves to co-create richer, more fulfilling lives. As a sought after life coach and professional speaker, Arehn offers inspiring workshops around the country as well as transformational, in-depth coaching programs that help clients achieve a deeper sense of purpose, fulfillment, and spiritual aliveness. 

She listens to her inner voice and is living an extraordinary life. She is the mother of two grown sons, a lover of moss, ferns, and tall trees and lives in her dream home in Oregon with her husband and many visitors.

Arehn is a certified Life Mastery Consultant, an ordained New Thought minister, has a BA in Environmental Education and Botany, and is a certified Waldorf class and movement teacher.

Marmot House

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In January of 2020 Arehn and her husband, Jim started visioning their dream home.
In March 2022 they moved in

Marmot House is a beautifully crafted, lodge style home, built in 1978 on 13 acres of mostly old growth forest on the historic Oregon Trail.

It is more wonderful than she ever dreamed possible for herself. She sees herself as a steward of this jewel in the woods and has spent the last two years developing it for camping and retreats. She and Jim have built trails, camping spots, and a rustic cabin. She has had three retreats here and the dream is always growing.

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Midlife Gap Year

In 2019 Arehn and her husband found themselves unemployed at the same time, just as their youngest son was going off to college. After getting past the initial fear, they realized it gave them the unique opportunity to decide what they really wanted to do and where they wanted to live. Not knowing how they were going to make it happen, they decided anyway to take a leap and do what they had always wanted to do. They gave away most of their belongings, bought a tear drop trailer, and spent a “Midlife Gap Year” camping in North America's most remote places, where they would go days without seeing another person. After 22 years of raising their boys, living in 125sq ft was a great way to rekindle their relationship.

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