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  • Walter Lanyon

    Walter Lanyon (22)

    Walter Lanyon was highly respected as a spiritual teacher of Truth. He traveled and lectured to capacity crowds all over the world, basing his lectures, as he said, “solely on the revelation of Jesus Christ.” At one point, he underwent a profound spiritual awakening, in which he felt “plain dumb with the wonder of the revelation.” This enlightening experience “was enough to change everything in my life and open the doors of the heaven that Jesus spoke of as here and now. I know what it was. I lost my personality; ... READ MORE »
  • Ken Lazdowski

    Ken Lazdowski (1)

    Ken Lazdowski is a practitioner and lecturer of spiritual principles revealed in the teachings of Jesus and the mysticism of Joel S. Goldsmith. He shares this spiritual way of life, love, and prayer at classes and retreats throughout the country. Ken also enjoyed a long technical career at a research and development center just outside of Boston. He now makes his home in New Hampshire.      READ MORE »
  • Don Mardak

    Don Mardak (3)

    Don Mardak has been a student of Christian mysticism for more than four decades. He also has conducted classes on Living the Mystical Life and has been for most of his working years. As the president, CEO and Chairman of a small public company, Mr. Mardak always tried to apply the mystical principles in his business dealings and relationships. The results have been quite astonishing as, very often, without taking thought or striving for a specific result, the proper person appeared, or a meaningful event occurred, which made each day a spiritual unfoldment. ... READ MORE »
  • Lorene McClintock

    Lorene McClintock (1)

    Texas-born Lorene McClintock has been successful in varied areas, including, piano performance, fashion designing, painting, and developing a totally new approach to teaching piano. She wrote and published a Course, called "The McClintock Piano Course: A New Experience in Learning," with music, text, and teaching aids (which she invented and patented). The Course may be used by teachers and also by individuals as a Home Study Course. The Course enables individuals to teach themselves at home to read music and play the piano as they receive a complete music education. ... READ MORE »
  • Barbara Muhl

    Barbara Muhl (3)

    Barbara Muhl was married for forty-six years to Edward Muhl (Vice-President in Charge of Production at Universal Pictures, until his retirement in 1973). The author found life as the wife of a motion picture executive unfulfilling. She went to UCLA to study opera and languages, becoming fluent in Spanish, German, and Italian. Later she graduated summa cum laude from California State University, Northridge, in French Language and Literature, going on to receive her Master's degree. Though she believed herself to be embarked on an operatic career, in 1958 she met her spiritual teacher, Joel Goldsmith, author of The Infinite Way, and her life was turned in a new direction. In 1962, under his instruction, she began her teaching ministry. READ MORE »
  • Margra Muirhead

    Margra Muirhead (8)

    As a student of the Bible and metaphysics since early childhood, Margra Muirhead’s primary focus has been on the teachings of the Master and of Joel Goldsmith. Over 30 years of study and Infinite Way classwork with Virginia Stephenson has deeply inspired her own spiritual journey and brought much fruitage to her experiences as a dedicated Infinite Way student, teacher, and practitioner. Her classwork will lead us to discover the sacred nature of the hidden secrets of the spiritual dimension.     READ MORE »
  • Mikhail Naimy

    Mikhail Naimy (1)

    Mikhail Naimy was born in 1889 in the Lebanese village of Biskinta which is high on the slope of Mt. Sannin overlooking the Eastern Mediterranean. Naimy received his education in his own country, as well as in Palestine, Russia, and the U.S. After graduation he moved to New York and with Kahlil Gibran and eight others founded a dynamic movement which revolutionized Arabic literature. After Gibran’s death in 1932 he returned to Biskinta and devoted the rest of his life to writing which included drama, poetry, short stories, a biography of Kahlil Gibran and an autobiography as well as short essays on the deeper meaning of human existence. He died in 1988 at the age of 99. READ MORE »