Want to make your own mark? Want to contribute towards making the world a better place? Then, join Dr. Gladys and two other extraordinary leaders at their Trailblazers' conference.
- Discover your own authentic path -- the one with passion.
- Identify the resources you need to create lasting, positive change.
- Overcome limiting beliefs and obstacles in your path.
- Utilize the tools and resources necessary to create lasting, positive change.
WHEN: Friday, September 23 and Saturday, September 24, 2016
WHERE: Austin, Texas
Imagine traveling to war-torn villages in Afghanistan at 9,500 feet altitude to teach downtrodden village women safe birthing techniques. Imagine helping to create the American Holistic Medical Association, introducing acupuncture to Western medicine, writing books, and lecturing internationally. Dr. Gladys has done all that, and much more.
Dr. Gladys McGarey, M.D., M.D.(H), is the unbelievably dynamic, 95-year-old Mother of Holistic Medicine, and she will be keynoting the conference.
Glenda Taylor is a spiritual teacher and elder who draws on her broad knowledge and experience of cross cultural mythology, earth wisdom, religion and psychology to guide others to experience in depth a more meaningful, balanced, peaceful and joyful life. Forty-seven years ago, she founded the Fellowship of Comparative Religion, and she is the Director of the Earthsprings Retreat Center in the edge of the Davy Crockett National Forest in East Texas where individuals and groups have been coming for years to find in nature and in each other the beauty and inspiration for a richer life.
Robert McGarey got his Master of Arts degree in Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology at Johnston College in Redlands, California in 1978. Thirty years ago in 1986, he founded the nonprofit Human Potential Center in Austin, Texas, which presents programs designed to "spark the creativity, love and playfulness of the human spirit." For the past three decades he has been presenting workshops and working with individuals, couples and families, guiding them towards better communication and helping them embark on a voyage of self-exploration and growth.
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- September 23, 2016 at 6pm – September 24, 2016
St. David's Episcopal Church
301 E 8th St
Austin, TX 78701
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Robert McGarey, M.A.