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Mantz & Mitchell – 11 – 15 – 19 – don Miguel Ruiz Jr.

At the age of 14, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. apprenticed to his father don Miguel Sr. and his grandmother, Madre Sarita. From that early age, he was called upon to translate Madre Sarita’s prayers, lectures and workshops from Spanish into English. In this way, through constant repetition and review, he learned the content of her teachings in both languages.

Through interpreting for Madre Sarita, don Miguel Jr. came to understand the power of faith. He saw first-hand how she manifested her intent to heal people, both physically and spiritually.

don Miguel Jr.’s apprenticeship lasted 11 years. When he reached his mid-20’s, his father intensified his training. At the apex of this power journey don Miguel said to his eldest son, “Find your way out. Go home and master Death by becoming alive.”

For the past thirteen years, don Miguel Jr. has applied the lessons learned from his father and grandmother to define and enjoy his own personal freedom while achieving peace with all of creation.


Gary Mantz and Suzanne Mitchell invite you to tune in and turn on to a program by the Boomers, of the Boomers, and for the Boomers! We talk to fascinating people, including celebrities, about subjects that intrigue and inspire us and our listeners: personal growth, spirituality, metaphysics, and pop culture.

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