RICHARD MOSS is an internationally respected leader in the field of inner transformation, subtle body-mind dynamics, and living a path of conscious relationships.
In 1977 Richard was a practicing medical doctor when he experienced a spontaneous spiritual illumination that awakened him to the multi-dimensional nature of human consciousness. This realization profoundly transformed his understanding of the roots of emotional suffering, and inspired him to explore the almost limitless human potential for growth and healing.
Impelled by this opening, he released the practice of medicine to devote his life to mentoring individuals and couples whose lives have brought them to the point where they hunger to explore the mystery of their being. Whether called to his work by their soul’s yearning to awaken and grow, or impelled by a health, career, or relationship crisis, his comprehensive and evolutionary approach to healing and forging loving relationships has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people.
Richard is particularly renowned for the innovative, experiential nature of his workshops and longer retreats that offer individuals direct experience of life-changing states of consciousness and provide them with very effective models and practices for on-going personal growth. He guides seminars and retreats in North and South America, Europe, and Australia, and is available for private mentoring for individuals at his home in Colorado.
He has published 7 seminal books on his visionary approach to human evolution which have been translated into 6 languages. To learn more about Richard and his work: www.richardmoss.com.
KAY T MILLER has been a professional psychotherapist, trainer and coach for over 40 years with individuals, couples, and organizations such as The Peace Corps and Eli Lilly. He received his Masters of Social Work from Indiana University and he studied at the Cleveland Gestalt Institute. Kay T helped to found the Indianapolis Gestalt Institute. His work incorporates regressive hypnosis and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, as well as the power of presence. Kay T offers his services at the client’s home or a mutually chosen place conducive to the work. His intention is simply to show up, be completely present, and engage with the student in the service of collective awakening and deepening. He can be reached at 336-593-2012.
DEBORAH BACON DILTS is long-time explorer of the body-mind connection, she was certified by Gabrielle Roth in 1998 to teach the 5 Rhythms®. Sharing this transformational movement meditation practice with others is her greatest passion, the place where she weaves together the many threads of her various trainings, years of experience working with people and her love of the dance.
She has been working as a professional interpreter for trainers and teachers in the personal growth field for more than 25 years. Her career as an interpreter began when Richard Moss came to France for the first time in 1986.
She is also a trainer in Psychosynthesis, Relaxation Therapy and Richard Moss’ Mandala of Being. She is trained in Aquanima, a transpersonal body psychotherapy approach based on Holotropic Breathwork™. She lives in France and also shares a home in California with her husband Robert Dilts. Since 2005, she and Robert have been working together to create programs blending Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with movement and transpersonal approaches. Deborah teaches in the US at NLP University www.nlpu.com.
ANNE HILLMAN mentors groups and individuals who seek a mature spirituality. An author and educator, she has spent the last 30 years exploring the internal aspects of social change, an inquiry into the interior and group development required to sustain fundamental cultural transformation. Her newest book is Awakening the Energies of Love: Discovering Fire for the Second Time.. Her talks and retreats are experiential and inclusive of all perspectives. Intended to foster a deeper inquiry into the meaning of one’s own life and choice of path, they offer an opportunity to experience the kind of love that unites differences. Teilhard de Chardin’s biographer Ursula King cites Anne as one of four people who have given us new metaphors and ideas about love for our time. More information about her work is available online at www.annehillman.net.