Gale Gray, Mystic

Gale is known for his simple, yet powerful spiritual work. His skill lies in making complex esoteric information simple and practical. Beginning with no awareness of psychic or spiritual gifts, his journey has been one of self-discovery. This journey would not have been possible without the love, help and support of his wife, Kay.

Spiritual journeys have taken him to Europe, India, Nepal, Tibet, Vietnam, New Zealand, Australia, China, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Sometimes he has traveled alone with little more than trust, faith, and intuition. Following his intuitive guidance, Gale retired from an engineering career of 34 years, and began work as a mystic. Gale specializes in exploring the unknown. In this work, he often utilizes the magical sound of the didgeridoo and sacred objects from his journeys. 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. Gale has developed and conducted unique spiritual events since 1986. Believing that "You will never find a new path if you always follow the paths of others", Gale's spiritual path frequently stretches him beyond his comfort zone. This is reflected in his events as they continue to change and evolve.

Carole Glenn, CMP

Music is Carole's passion. Carole believes that music is an amazing force that is a bridge between people, uplifting them and connecting them to the resonant beauty within. Throughout the years, the love of music and the understanding of its power have guided Carole to devote her life to its creation.

Carole's deep involvement in music and a spiritual life are a natural combination. She is active with the Alohem Center for Transformational Studies. Combining the love of both music and a heart-centered life she taught choral music for 35 years. Then as a Certified Music Practitioner (CMP) she was employed by two hospices and a hospital for 20 years. She brought music to the bedside of those who are ill, birthing or transitioning. Carole served as the Washington State Coordinator for the Music for Healing and Transition Program and taught many classes around the United States for the organization.

Carole received her BA from the University of the Pacific, MA from Occidental College and her Doctorate of Spiritual Studies from the Alohem Center. Her book, In Quest of Answers: Interviews with American Choral Conductors, is published by Hinshaw Music, Inc. Her second book, Continuing the Quest is in process.

In addition to her musical activities, Carole enjoys photography and traveling. During the past few years she has traveled to Tibet, Nepal, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, India, Korea, China, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador as part of her spiritual exploration. She recently retired as president of the Bainbridge Island North Kitsap Interfaith Council.

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