Posted by: harrymorganmoses | July 19, 2011

Jean Houston on “Jump Time, Jumping Into Your Good”

Saturday, July 23, 2011, Noon PST

“Jump Time, Jumping Into Your Good” with Jean Houston

“In our time we have come to the stage where the real work of humanity begins. It is the time where we partner Creation in the creation of ourselves, in the restoration of the biosphere, the regenesis of society and in the assuming of a new type of culture; the culture of Kindness. Herein, we live daily life reconnected and recharged by the Source, so as to become liberated and engaged in the world and in our tasks.”

Dr. Jean Houston, scholar, philosopher and researcher in human capacities, is one of the foremost visionary thinkers and doers of our time, one of the principal founders of the Human Potential Movement. A powerful and dynamic speaker, she holds conferences and seminars with social leaders, educational institutions and business organizations worldwide.

Jean Houston has worked intensively in 40 cultures and 100 countries helping to enhance and deepen their own uniqueness while they become part of the global community. Her ability to inspire and invigorate people enables her to readily convey her vision – the finest possible achievement of the individual potential.

In 1965, along with her husband Dr. Robert Masters, Dr. Houston founded The Foundation for Mind Research. She is also the founder and principal teacher since 1982 of the Mystery School, a school of human development, a program of cross-cultural, mythic and spiritual studies, dedicated to teaching history, philosophy, the New Physics, psychology, anthropology, myth and the many dimensions of human potential. She also leads an intensive program in social artistry with leaders coming from all over the world to study with Dr. Houston and her distinguished associates.
She is a prolific writer and author of 26 books including A Passion for the PossibleSearch for the BelovedLife ForceThe Possible HumanPublic Like a FrogA Mythic Life: Learning to Live Our Greater Story, and Manual of the Peacemaker.

As advisor to UNICEF in human and cultural development, she has worked to implement some of their extensive educational and health programs. Since 2003, she has been working with the United Nations Development Program, training leaders in developing countries throughout the world in the new field of social artistry. Dr. Houston has also served for two years in an advisory capacity to President and Mrs. Clinton as well as helping Mrs. Clinton write, It Takes A Village To Raise A Child. She has also worked with President and Mrs. Carter and counseled leaders in similar positions in many countries and cultures.

A past President of the Association of Humanistic Psychology , she has taught philosophy, psychology, and religion at Columbia University, Hunter College, the New School for Social Research and Marymount College, as well as summer sessions in human development at the University of California at Santa Cruz and the University of British Columbia.

In 1985, Dr. Houston was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Award from the Association of Teachers Educators. In 1993, she received the Gardner Murphy Humanitarian Award for her work in psychology and the INTA Humanitarian of the Year award. In 1994, she received the Lifetime Outstanding Creative Achievement Award from the Creative Education Foundation. The following year, she was given the Keeper of the Lore Award for her studies in myth and culture. In 1997 she was made a Fellow of the World Business Academy and in 1999 she received the Pathfinder award from the Association of Humanistic Psychology. In 2000 she was given the prestigious Millennium Award from Magical Blend Magazine.

Dr. Houston holds a B.A. from Barnard College, a Ph.D. in psychology from the Union Graduate School and a Ph.D in religion from the Graduate Theological Foundation. She has also been the recipient of honorary doctorates.

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Saturday, June 9, 2011, Noon PST

Geoff Layng  and Harry  on “Quantum Beliefs at the Conscious and Unconscious Levels of Our Reality”

Geoff Layng is a long-time student of both quantum physics and metaphysics. A licensed minister, Layng brings eclectic, thoughtful and well-researched material to each presentation.

“We all live in a ’state of consciousness,’” Layng says. “That state creates our reality. When we choose to change or transform our reality we must create a higher level of consciousness to replace our current ineffective state.”

Layng adds, ” In reality we are all interconnected to an infinite potentiality of consciousness. It takes us beyond our finite senses to a quantum state of spirituality. It is there that we discover our wholeness.

Geoff Layng has been speaking, leading workshops and developing support groups for more than 25 years. He has learned that there is only one person responsible for the life we live and that person is our self. He is dedicated to helping people find their wellness.

Layng is the founder and past president of the San Diego chapter of the National Speakers Association. He is a former member of Toastmasters Internationaland continues to coach and mentor public speakers.

He is a member of California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

Geoff Layng is available throughout Southern California, including San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles Counties. He is based in San Clemente, California.

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Posted by: harrymorganmoses | June 21, 2011

Dr. Peggy Price on “Interfaith the Passion In Connection”

Thursday, June 23, 2010, Noon PST

 “Interfaith the Passion In Connection” with Dr. Harry’s guest Dr. Peggy Price

Rev. Dr. Peggy Price joined with the Seal Beach Church in May of 2006 as an interim minister. It was clear from the beginning that there was a rapport between her and the congregation and in November it was decided by a vote of the membership to retain her as Senior Minister. Dr. Peggy graduated from Ernest Holmes College as a licentiate minister in 1996. She joined the Huntington Beach Church of Religious Science as Assistant Minister and within a year was assigned the role of acting Senior Minister, then installed as Senior Minister in spring of 1998. During her tenure, the church moved from its former location at Seacliff Village to a building which they purchased on Talbert Avenue in Huntington Beach. The church stabilized during those years and built a strong core. Dr. Peggy “retired” after seven years, only to discover she had more to accomplish in her ministry.

While in service at Huntington Beach she was one of the founding members of the Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council, serving three separate terms as President. She was a member of the United Clergy of RS Cabinet for three years, serving as President in 2002. She was co-Chair of Asilomar Summer Conference for both the 2001 and 2002 conferences.

Many people remember seeing Dr. Peggy on CNN and FOX television when she delivered the eulogy at the funeral service for Samantha Runnion which was held at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove in July of 1992. Dr. Peggy represented Religious Science to the world as she spoke of the magic of this child’s life which had ended so tragically. Dr. Price has continued her friendship with Samantha‘s mother, Erin Runnion and serves as an advisor to the Board of The Joyful Child Foundation.

Dr. Peggy has been given numerous awards for her work in service to women and interfaith causes. Among them are the Huntington Beach Soroptimist Women Helping Women Award; the Ambassador for Peace and Crown of Peace Award from the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace; and the Peacemaker Award from Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council.
In 2005 she was the invited guest of Global Cultural Connections, a Sufi peace organization on a trip to Turkey with other members of the clergy for the purpose of interfaith dialogue and peacemaking. Dr. Price has also addressed this organization several times here in the US, as well as being featured on Turkish television.

On an international level, Dr. Price has also served as a member of the Vision Core for United Centers for Spiritual Living, and currently serves as a member of the Social Issues Committee for United. In June of 2007 she was appointed Chair of the Professional and Ethical Standards Support Committee for United Centers for Spiritual Living.

She is published in the book Wake Up! Live the Life You Love, has written for Science of Mind Magazine, and writes the Lifestyles Page for HB Magazine. She has been featured on the TV show Miracles, as well as other local and national television programs.
Dr. Peggy resides in Huntington Beach with her husband, Don. They have a blended family of six adult children and seven grandchildren. When she isn’t working with the church she enjoys traveling with Don, time outdoors in nature, gardening and painting with acrylics.

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Saturday, June 11, 2011 Noon PST

Dr. Steve Gabrielson on “Making Room for More Life”

Dr. Steve Gabrielson is the co-founder and co-pastor with his wife, Lynn, of the Center for Spiritual Living in Lake Forest,California(OrangeCounty). Steve and Lynn together began to study Science of Mind in 1992, and co-founded the center in 1999 after graduating from ministerial training in 1998. Steve was ordained in 2004, and joined the International Centers for Spiritual Living (ICSL) Board of Directors that same year, where he currently serves as First Vice President. He was recognized as “Minister of the Year” by ICSL for 2007-2008, and was awarded honorary recognition as Doctor of Religious Science by the ICSL Board of Directors in March of 2008. In ICSL’s “integration” process with United Centers for Spiritual Living (UCSL), Steve has served as ICSL’s primary day-to-day liaison between the two organizations with his counterpart at UCSL, Mr. Steve Burton.

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Posted by: harrymorganmoses | May 25, 2011

Rev. Dr. Petra Weldes on “Spiritual Living; MIND to HEART”

Saturday, May 28th, 2011, Noon PST

Rev. Dr. Petra Weldes joins Dr. Harry on “Spiritual Living; MIND to HEART”

Rev. Dr. Petra, Senior Minister of the Center for Spiritual Living in Dallas since 1998, is a powerful, gifted speaker and teacher whose visionary role has created a dynamic spiritual community, empowering and transforming lives.

In her 25 years of ministry, Rev. Dr. Petra has led workshops, conferences and seminars on a local and national level and is actively involved in interfaith projects in the Dallas community serving as past
Co-Chair of the Season for Non-Violence
, Chair of the World Peace Day, as a member of the Interfaith Council of Thanks-Giving Square, and as an Advisor to the Association for Global New Thought.

A highly regarded, deeply admired teacher, Rev. Dr. Petra engages students with her interactive style providing a safe, sacred environment for personal growth and exploration. Her deep wisdom, wealth of knowledge, humility as well as humor, guides students into journeys of awakening to their unique expression and creative and joyful potential. An elegant, powerful speaker, her ability to translate seemingly complex and confusing life issues into concise and clear messages invites the audience into deeper levels of understanding of their being and engagement in the world by igniting the change within.

Passionate about children, Rev. Dr. Petra has an extensive involvement with the youth movement in various Churches, Conferences and regional youth camps throughout her ministry. Knowing and believing in who children are changes everything in shaping their lives and guiding their future. This has been the touchstone of her service with youth. As a Youth Group Leader for fifteen years, her work was specifically geared towards teens. She ran camps which dealt with bullying, abuse at home and peer pressure issues providing powerful tools for teens to engage in a different way in the world, so violence no longer played a role in their lives. As Chair of the United Centers for Spiritual Living (UCSL) Youth and Family Ministries Committee (1996-1998), she wrote a full year Peace Curriculum for ages 3 through High School as well as a year long Virtues Project Curriculum which were both used nationally throughout the United Centers for Spiritual Living communities.

Additional biographical information: Previously, Rev. Dr. Petra served as the Founding and Senior Minister of the Renton Church of Religious Science in Renton, WA (1984-1990). In addition Rev. Petra served as a faculty member of the Ernest Holmes College in Seattle, WA (1986-1993). She recently served as Chair of the United Centers for Spiritual Living CORE Council (its highest international governing body) and past Chair of the UCRS Nominating Team.

Rev. Dr. Petra holds a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from the University of Dallas in Irving, TX, (1996) where she defended her independent studies thesis “with distinction” and graduated summa cum laude. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Metaphysical Philosophy from the Ernest Holmes College in Seattle, WA (1984). She more recently received an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the Holmes Institute (2004). Rev. Petra became a Religious Science Practitioner in 1983 and received Ordination in 1988.

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Saturday, May 14, 2011, Noon PST

Reverend James Mellon on “There’s No Business Like Show Up Business”

James Mellon is the Spiritual Leader of the NoHo Arts Center for New Thought, a Center for Spiritual Living, in North Hollywood, California. His global intention is “to empower people to know that they can have it all, not because of what they do, but because of who they are.”

With his relaxed, entertaining teaching style, which blends humor and passion with true clarity, James successfully developed a mental boot camp program that has transformed lives over the past three years. The program is the basis for his book, Mental Muscle: 16 Weeks of Spiritual Boot Camp, and for the live, interactive online course which he now conducts.

James is an award-winning playwright and director and has starred on Broadway in such musicals as “West Side Story,” “A Chorus Line,” and “42nd Street.” He is the Artistic Director of the Los Angeles based theatre company, NoHo Arts Center Ensemble where he combines his spiritual practice with his love for the artistic expression of live theatre.

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Posted by: harrymorganmoses | April 27, 2011

Rev. Dr. Michele Whittington on “Living the Bigger Vision”

Saturday, April 30, 2011, Noon PST

Rev. Dr. Michele Whittington on “Living the Bigger Vision”

An Emerson Theological Institute graduate, Michele Whittington is the Senior Minister at Creative Living Fellowship, a Religious Science church and teaching center in Phoenix, Arizona.  Rev. Michele graduated from Arizona State University, summa cum laude, in 1984 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communication.

Prior to entering the ministry in 1997, Rev. Michele spent 20 years in the business arena, the first 18 in the legal field, serving initially as administrative support and then, after receiving her B.A., in law firm management. In 1995, her heart called for her to be in greater service, and she left the law firm environment for life in a not-for-profit agency. For two years, she worked as the Sponsor Developer for a transitional housing program for homeless, low-income families recruiting and training volunteers as well as raising $250,000 in annual sponsorships.

Rev. Michele has served on a variety of Boards, including the Board of Management of the Downtown Phoenix YMCA from 1982-1990 where she was also the First Vice Chair for two years. In 1992, she was invited to the Board of Trustees of First Church of Religious Science and, in 1993, she served as President of that Board. From 2001 – 2003, she served as a member, and then as the Vice President, of the Affiliated New Thought Network.

Having come from a varied business background before entering the ministry, she brings her knowledge and experience of the “real world” to her work. She believes her life’s purpose is to travel an ever-ascending spiritual journey and to serve others with love and compassion as they travel theirs.

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Posted by: harrymorganmoses | April 14, 2011

Tom Stone on “Extraordinary Prosperity”


Tom Stone
Saturday, April 16, 2011, Noon PST

Tom Stone, CEO of Great Life Technologies, Inc. on

Tom Stone is an expert in the development of new techniques for resolving trauma and anxiety. He is the founder and CEO of Great Life Technologies, Inc. that is now providing trauma and anxiety resolution services of veterans and active duty military personnel and their families.

Tom studied classical guitar and composition at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in the late 1960’s. He developed a strong interest in the physics and mathematics of music which would later serve as a perfect background for the study of biophysics based medical concepts that are being pioneered in Germany. Tom was involved for more than 30 years with the practice and teaching of meditation. He also has a deep understanding of addiction recovery, has studied the homeopathic medical model developed in Germany in depth and is a leading teacher of applied kinesiology. Tom has given hundreds of lectures, seminars and training programs throughout the world and is the author of four books.

In addition, Tom developed and patented an invention for the guitar in the late 1970’s and started a company to produce his innovative product, a system of interchangeable fingerboards that could be changed in seconds that provided new sound relationships such as the scales of different cultures, periods of history and new experimental scales.

Tom has held numerous sales positions, breaking sales records everywhere he has worked. He also has started several companies and acquired others through leveraged buyouts.

Great Life Technologies, Inc. was originally founded as Inner Human Design, Inc in 2002 and was re-branded and restructured as Great Life Technologies in 2005.

Tom has been pioneering the new field of Human Software Engineering since the mid 1990’s. His penetrating insights into the nature of human conditioning including his model – The Core Dynamics of Human Conditioning, shed new light on the real reasons behind the very limited capacity that most people have for resolving trauma and anxiety. His innovative 8 Pure Awareness Techniques teach people to become skillful at resolving trauma and anxiety within themselves. These techniques are currently being taught to veterans, active duty military and others who have experienced severe traumas. The results are unprecedented, thorough resolution of trauma and anxiety that appear to be permanent.

Tom is well qualified to be an expert in resolving trauma. On December 7th,1993, Tom was shot in the chest by a deranged stranger with a .44 caliber handgun. He miraculously lived through this assault and began his search for real solutions to the trauma resulting from this event. This lead him to the beginnings of the discovery of the techniques that are now being used to train Trauma Resolution Specialists world wide. In addition to veterans and active duty military personnel the techniques have been found equally effective for rape victims, victims of violent crimes, domestic abuse, natural disasters, first responders, etc.

Tom is an extraordinary and entertaining trainer and presenter. He has an unusual gift of making complex things simple and easy to understand.

“Tom Stone is nothing short of a genius. Tom is an expert in the area of dynamics—he, more than anyone I’ve ever met, can recognize what is going on. He has the cleanest energy of ANYONE I’ve ever met. Bar none.” —Thomas Leonard—Founder of Coachville



Posted by: harrymorganmoses | March 31, 2011

Reverend Moira Foxe on INTERFAITH

Saturday, April 2, 2011, Noon PST

Reverend Moira Foxe on the topic of “INTERFAITH” to be joined by Cantor Ilan Davidson and Milia Islam-Majeed

Reverend Moira’s background is in Education, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Ethics, Morality and Clinical Theology.  Her graduate and post-graduate works were done at Maria Assumpta College of Education, St. Mary’s College of Education, London University, and the London Guild of Health.

During the past thirty years, Reverend Moira has taught psychology and religious studies to high school students in Ireland, England, and Los Angeles. Her work in education progressed into the counseling and ministerial fields. Throughout her life, Reverend Moira has pursued a wide variety of studies and is ever seeking to broaden her learning base. She believes that the education of the whole person is the most wonderful and fascinating pursuit we could actively engage in, and is indeed our life’s purpose.

She served for seven years as Sister Miriam in a teaching order of Catholic nuns in Ireland and England.  She went on to serve for seven years in the Siddha Yoga Foundation in London and Los Angeles with Baba Muktananda as her teacher.

For the past ten years, Reverend Moira has been the Pastor & Director of the Redondo Beach Center for Spiritual Living, Church of Religious Science.  Since taking over as Senior Minister, she has been the recipient of the prestigious South Bay Woman of the Year award and has spearheaded her center’s emergence into the 21st century by championing streaming videos on the website as well as podcasting the Sunday lessons.  Rev. Moira has a radio ministry and TV Ministry she also serves on the Board of Directors of the International Centers for Spiritual Living.  Her church’s mission statement is: Honoring Presence, Nurturing Spirit, Enriching the Lives of All We Serve.

Additionally, she serves on the South Bay Interfaith Council.  Redondo Beach Church of Religious Science hosts a very successful interfaith Peace through Unity Breakfast every year during the Season for Non-Violence.

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Posted by: harrymorganmoses | March 17, 2011

Rev. John McLean on “Expecting Your Good”

Saturday, March 19, 2011, Noon PST

Reverend John McLean on “Expecting Your Good”

Rev. John M. McLean, accepted the invitation to be Director of the Center for Spiritual Living – Los Angeles in June 2010.  He had previously served ministries in Nashville, Tennessee and Bellevue, Washington since his ordination in 2003.

He began his spiritual journey with Dr. David Walker at this very center, then called Los Angeles Church of Religious Science.   He was first licensed as a practitioner under Dr. Walker and also served on the Board of Trustees.    His New Thought study expanded when he moved to New York City and experienced the late Eric Butterworth.    He is deeply honored to be back at CSL-LA where he will continue his work as teacher and speaker, aiming to encourage all who are seeking a better experience of life through understanding and applying our wonderful Truth teaching.

Rev. McLean has spent all of his prior work-life involved in the creative arts.  Immediately after graduation from college, he was on staff at the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC.  After moving to Southern California, he worked in the television industry as a staff producer on a prime-time television series and later as a network, prime-time programming executive.  Just prior to ministerial studies, he returned to the art-field, this time the local level, where he was involved in all areas of community outreach and programming for a large museum and performing arts center in rural Wisconsin.

He earned a BA in Art History from George Washington University, Washington, DC and an MA in Creation Spirituality from Naropa University/University of Creation Spirituality, Oakland, California.  He was ordained in June 2003 after completing the Ministerial Education Program at Unity School, Unity Village, Missouri and is also a Licensed Religious Science Minister.

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