Ruby Renshaw

Ruby has been interested in the integration of the intangible and tangible for many years.  She is a kundalini certified yoga teacher, founder of Strategy Stream and the director of The Temple of Entrada.



“It is not business in the usual sense I care so much about, but business in the sacred sense; created as a result of a deep inner experience, with all of oneself.”                    

Ruby Renshaw, MBA has been speaking, writing about, and working in the area of business and spirituality for over fifteen years.  She has worked with recognized companies including Baker Hughes, KPMG, Shell International and Sterling Bank among others.  Over the years, Ruby has cultivated a unique ability to combine her accounting work with conscious business practices to improve the bottom-line.  Ruby has worked with senior managers to strategically design and track concrete metrics for seemingly abstract benefits such as customer satisfaction and employee fulfillment – benefits that reinforce and define core values and help grow business.

Ruby presented at the initial International Conferences on Business & Consciousness on invisible wealth in organizations and has published many articles appearing in Business Spirit Journal-Bringing Consciousness to Business, Emerging Lifestyles, The Houston Business Journal, and The World Business Academy’s Quarterly Journal – Perspectives.

Meditative Management Consulting

Introduced to a wider variety of spiritual ideas and modalities, including Shamanism, Ruby has developed creative ways to confidently and authentically integrate business and spirituality. Based on timeless spiritual directives including gratitude, honor, love and more, Ruby brings a simple, powerful view to entrepreneurs, businesses, corporations and investors worldwide.

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9 Responses to “Ruby Renshaw”

  1. August 5, 2009 at 11:15 am

    Hi Ruby. I’ve just discovered your website. It’s beautifully done. I’m really fascinated with the idea of mixing Shamanism and business. I’ve been going to Gerry’s circles…perhaps we’ll meet!

    • 2 Brenda Renshaw
      August 5, 2009 at 9:28 pm

      Hi Diane! Looking forward to learning more about you…I love your blog title “It Dawned on Me” 🙂

  2. October 23, 2009 at 5:21 am

    Love your work and your website. Loved you social networking utube———-any chance i could post that on my wordpress blog ? I would credit your wesite.

    Wendy H

  3. 5 lily trevino
    February 11, 2010 at 8:06 pm

    hi brenda i love your blog thanks for letting me in i had no idea about all this stuff!

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