During this pandemic, there are a lot of challenges, but also opportunities. Gale Gray will share some useful tools he has found to get through the challenges to the opportunities. One of them is to “Go deeper.” After the talk, he will lead a meditation using the didgeridoo.
Doctor Gale is known for his simple, yet powerful spiritual work. His skill lies in taking complex esoteric information and making it simple and practical. Gale holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master’s Degree in Transformational Studies, and a Doctor’s Degree in Applied Spiritual Studies. His work often includes playing the didgeridoo. To find Gale’s CDs on the web: https://www.amazon.com/Mystic-Sound-Didgeridoo-Doctor-Gale/dp/B0012RCPXK.
Carole received her BA from the University of the Pacific, her MA from Occidental College and is the author of “In Quest of Answers: Conversations with American Choral Conductors.” She taught junior high choral music for 35 years in Modesto, CA and Silverdale, WA and just retired from her second career as a Certified Music Practitioner for Franciscan Hospice and Multi-Care Hospice in order to focus on completing her second book. Carole received her Doctorate of Spiritual Studies through the Alohem Institute and is an ordained minister for the Church of Inner Wisdom and also serves as the Administrative Advisor for the Alohem Center for Transformational Studies, a mystery school through which she teaches meditation seminars.
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