No Mud, No Lotus: Finding Grace in Our Stories

A Sunday evening discovery circle with Rev. Ray Anderson. July 14 and 28, 6:30-7:45pm.  

August Theme ~ TBA  
Ever wonder, are my life stories affecting my life experience?  Are our collective stories creating the voluminous texts of this world in which we live? 
     Do you want to learn how to change your story so you can live a more authentic,transparent, empowered life? 
 Do you want to share time with fellow explorers who are “trailblazers” in their lives?
Come share this journey with those who understand and are ready to take Robert Frost’s word to heart,
 “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I —  I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference.”
Do you have a story to share? Let us know! 
Rev. Raymont Anderson has frequently been referred to as a Renaissance man.
One look at his resume and the reason becomes clear.

 As a lifelong learner with a passion for self-development, personal transformation, transmutation, and self-awakening, he lives his bliss as a teacher, mentor, speaker, minister, and more.     

His life journey has been anything but ordinary and he has quite the library of life stories to tell.  

His Mission is: To live, move, and be an *A.C.T.I.V.E. member of society who serves to Educate, Elucidate, Emancipate, Awaken, and Empower people and communities. Through his service and through the Transformative Teachings, Technologies, and Practices of New Thought, these people and communities recognize, realize, and materialize their Full Divine Potential!

*[Authentic, Compassionate, Transparent, Inspired, Vibrant, Empowered]

In addition to his work as a minister and teacher of spiritual materials, he also teaches workshops and classes on subject matter related to Empowered Living, New Thought Spirituality and LGBTQI, Communication, Holistic health and wellness, Authentic living, American Sign Language, and Acting.

As an author, he recently completed the second draft of his third book which is a handbook based on living the life of a “spiritual warrior,” he has also recently begun researching and taking notes for a few books to follow.