About The Authors
RABBI WAYNE DOSICK, Ph.D, is the spiritual guide of the Elijah Minyan and the director of The Soul Center for Spiritual Healing. For more than sixteen years, he served on the faculty of the University of San Diego, and has written more than 400 articles for the San Diego Jewish Times. "Rabbinic Insights," his bi-weekly column of religious, political, and social commentary, can be read at www.sdjewishworld.com. He is the award-winning author of seven previous books, including the now classic, Living Judaism: The Complete Guide to Jewish Belief, Tradition and Practice; the visionary Soul Judaism: Dancing with God into a New Era; the deeply comforting and theologically ennobling, When Life Hurts: A Book of Hope, and the much beloved, Golden Rules: The Ten Ethical Values Parents Need to Teach Their Children.
ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, MSW, with degrees from the University of Chicago, directed social service agencies, taught at the University of Southern California and worked for decades as a clinical psychotherapist. She is now the world Master Practitioner and Teacher of the spiritual psychotherapy, Soul Memory Discovery. She is the author of the widely read internet publication, Cosmic Times:Spiritual News you Can Use. (www.soulmemorydiscovery.com)
REB WAYNE & ELLEN are highly acclaimed international speakers and teachers who have lectured, and led seminars, workshops, and retreats, in a wide variety of settings. Together, they are the authors of the pathfinding book, Spiritually Healing the Indigo Children (and Adult Indigos, Too!): The Practical Guide and Handbook. They live in La Costa (north suburban San Diego), California, where their home is a center for learning, prayer, and healing; and is a gathering place for spirtual seekers.
About The Singer
CANTOR KATHY ROBBINS has served as the Cantor and Music Director of Temple Solel in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California since 1984. She holds a B.A. in psychology from New York University, a M.Ed. from the University of Texas, Austin, and Cantorial Certification from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. She recently completed the Cantorial Leadership Program of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. Her creative contributions include a unique Freilich Friday Shabbat Evening service with her 6-piece band; a Mind-Body-Spirit Adult Education Wellness Wheel; and her soon-to-be-released CD Shavat Vayinafash: Contemporary Music for Shabbat Evening." Cantor Robbins resides in Carlsbad, California with her husband and son.