Nancy Garen is a psychic, teacher and counsellor. She has worked with the tarot for over 25 years.
Bamber Gasgoigne won scholarships to Eton and Cambridge, and a Harkness Fellowship to Yale. He presented television's University Challenge for 25 years and has written several books, including The Treasures and Dynasties of China, A Brief History of the Great Moghuls and A Brief History of Christianity.
Born in 1960 into a working-class family in South-East England, Nathan Gill's early fascination with the mysteries of the body and the universe led him to experiment with diet and herbal treatments, and to push his body to the limit with weight-training and body-building. When a shoulder injury brought the weight-training to an end, his thoughts turned to spiritual and esoteric matters. His investigations led him to the teachings of Da Free John, whose message that we are already awake and need no liberation struck a strong chord, and eventually to Tony Parsons and the philosophy of non-duality. During his years of spiritual seeking, Nathan was divorced, married and divorced again, a single parent to his two daughters throughout most of their school years, working as a gardener in a small village in Kent. His health, however, never robust, deteriorated increasingly over time and he became weaker and weaker. Unable to work and with no prospect of a cure, rather than live in pain and dependency, in June 2014 he took the decision to end his own life.
Hilda Glickman is a university lecturer and nutritionist. In her nutrition practice, she specialised in digestive problems with great success. Most of her clients were able to eliminate their IBS and related conditions using the methods in this book. Many had been suffering for years but had never really found the root cause. Once this was discovered and dealt with, they became well very quickly. As a lecturer at the Open University, Hilda taught nurses and other health professionals for many years on the degree module, Health and Disease. She still lectures there and combines that with writing books. Her aim is to share the latest nutritional research with the public in a very accessible, readable and entertaining way
Dr. Greg Goode is known for a unique combination of penetrating insight, comfort with both Eastern and Western sources, and a down-to-earth sense of humor. He is the author of Standing as Awareness, Nondualism in Western Philosophy and many popular articles. Greg studied psychology at the University of California, and philosophy at the University of Rochester and the Universität zu Köln. He became drawn to self-inquiry initially through the work of Brand Blanshard, George Berkeley, the Chinmaya Mission and Arsha Vidya Gurukulam. Greg's spiritual search came to its sweet conclusion through the Direct-Path influences of Francis Lucille and Sri Atmananda. Greg is a member of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association and serves as the technical consultant for their peer-reviewed journal, Philosophical Practice.
Dr Frances Goodhart has been a Macmillan Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Oncology and Palliative Care since 2007. Lucy Atkins is a well known health journalist.
Jennifer Grant has written numerous columns and feature stories for newspapers including the Chicago Tribune and is a regular contributor to Christianity Today's her.meneutics blog. Grant is the author of Love You More and MOMumental. She lives in Chicagoland with her husband and four children.
B. Jeffrey Grant-Clark
B. Jeffrey Grant-Clark served as the Vice President of Radio Promotions & Artist Relations for the Gospel label Verity Records (RCA Inspiration) and has been photographing gospel artists for his personal collection for decades. Grant-Clark is a member of Living Faith Ministries International, Mt. Vernon, New York under the leadership of Bishop Dominic Allotey. He serves as an Associate Pastor and Minister of Music. Grant-Clark is happily married to a wonderful woman, Annette, father to three "kid-ults," Dawn, Damone and Melanie, and grandfather to four girls, Madison, Morgan, Mia and McKenzie, and the latest addition: a grandson, Samuel Benjamin.
Bonnie L. Greenwell, PhD, is a transpersonal psychotherapist and a non-dual teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti. She has specialized for more than thirty years in mentoring people going through transformative experiences related to spiritual awakening and the kundalini process, the subject of her doctoral research at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (ITP). She has an eclectic background including work in psychiatric units, a rehab center, as director of the Transpersonal Counseling Center at ITP, and years of private practice. Greenwell studied Jungian psychology, Jin Shin Do® acupressure, Psychotropic and Radiance Breathwork, kundalini, kriya, and Ashtanga yogas, and many Buddhist meditation practices before finding her ground in non-dual teachings. She was founder and director of the Kundalini Research Network, has lectured and trained therapists in Europe, Australia, and the United States, and established Shanti River Center for non-dual education and counseling in Ashland, OR. She is an author and a contributor to several anthologies.
John Greven was born in 1961 in Oklahoma. At the age of eighteen he was struck by the idea that the "creator of the universe" couldn't be as limited as he'd been taught. This began a search that took him through various religions, philosophies, metaphysics, and meditation. The search went on at various levels of intensity and commitment for twenty-five years. In 2004 a meeting with John Wheeler contributed to bringing the search to an abrupt end as the simple and obvious truth was seen.
Paul Grieve spent five years at the Mosquée de Paris and then at Cairo universities study
R. Marie Griffith
R. Marie Griffith is the John C. Danforth Distinguished Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, where she directs the Danforth Center on Religion and Politics. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Laurie Grossman, one of the founders of the mindfulness in education movement, has been an activist since 1975-she believes that mindfulness in schools is the tool most likely to help achieve social justice. Over the last two decades, she started two innovative programs: one that created partnerships between private and public schools, and one that brought mindfulness into schools. In 2007, as part of Park Day School's Community Outreach Program, she and two colleagues launched a pilot program of mindfulness in an Oakland, CA, elementary school that was covered in The New York Times and on NBC. Grossman is cofounder of Mindful Schools, now one of the largest mindfulness-in-education programs in the world. She currently works with Inner Explorer, an organization focused on bringing daily mindfulness practices into schools to improve educational outcomes and the well-being of children and teachers. She is passionate about Inner Explorer because the organization has made mindfulness scalable, providing easy and immediate access to every K-12 classroom, anywhere, anytime.
Kate Gustin, PhD, is a clinical psychologist practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her doctorate in psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2001, and has worked in a range of clinical settings including community mental health clinics, VA hospitals, college counseling centers, and Kaiser Permanente's department of psychiatry. Gustin presently conducts individual and group psychotherapy in her private practice and offers trainings and workshops on positive psychology for patients, students, and health professionals.
The Mind Gym was established in 2000 and has worked with over 150 well known companies including Microsoft and Barclays Bank.