Madgelyn Hawk is an author, teacher of metaphysical studies, and a Certified Christian Mystic Medium in the spiritualist tradition. She is an ordained minister, radio host, author of When the Mourning Dove Cries and owner of the Universal School of Metaphysics.
For Individual Readings with Madgelyn Hawk, please call 727-422-7071.
writer | Essayist | Editor
Jeremy D Johnson, MA is a writer, essayist, and editor. He has previously worked as a staff editor for Reality Sandwich magazine, and contributed to publications like OMNI, Disinfo, and Evolve and Ascend. He is the co-founder of Metapsy Journal. Fascinated by the intersections of electronic media, depth psychology, and cultural studies, he received his MA from Goddard College in Consciousness Studies. Jeremy is the current president of the International Jean Gebser Society, an academic society that hosts annual conferences and aims to further integral pedagogy.
He is currently working on his first book, Passages From Tomorrow, to be published by Rubedo Press.
Learn more about Jeremy at: http://www.jeremydanieljohnson.com/
Check out Jeremy's event: A Leap in Consciousness: Jean Gebser and the Integral World.
author | creative | Healer
Nolie Root has an approach to health that combines an eastern and western approach. Constantly learning and growing, she is continuing to add different natural healing modalities to her tool kit and putting them into practice. Right now, Nolie's focus is on release and conscious expansion through the written word.
classes at Metta
Nolie leads a monthly writing workshop at The Metta Center of St. Petersburg. It meets on the 4th Friday of each month from 7-9 p.m.
Class description: What would your soul say if it had a voice? Come join us for an evening of meditation and soul expression through the written word. We will enjoy the practice of mindfulness with individual and group writing exercises. We will come together and learn to embrace our individual voices that come together as one. Please bring a pen/pencil and paper. Love donation, no one turned away.
Check out our facebook events page for more information.
author | poet
Maureen McDole was born in St. Petersburg. She is a direct descendant of carnies, carpenters and fishermen. This do-it-yourself ethos in her DNA infuses every area of her life. As far back as she can remember she loved to write. Her first book of poems, “Exploring My Options,” came out in 2006. This was the first title from Summerfolk Press, which she founded with Gabriel Garling. In December 2008, Maureen graduated from USF-St. Petersburg with a BA in English Literature. Her second poetry book, “Longing for the Deep End,” was released in December 2011. Maureen is currently working on her third collection of poems. She is the recipient of St. Petersburg Art Alliance’s 2016 MUSE Award for Literary Arts. She is also the VP of Friends of the Mirror Lake Library. Maureen has been leading workshops and speaking about creativity for over 15 years. She is the founder of Keep St. Pete Lit which she created because she believes wholeheartedly in the power of literature to change the world.
classes at metta
Maureen hosts the Silent Reading/Writing Party at The Metta Center of St. Petersurg on the second Tuesday of each month. This event is from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Bring the book you’re reading, the book you’ve been meaning to start, or choose one from Metta Center’s many bookshelves. You may also choose to write -- bring a notebook or journal. No laptops. Phones and electronic devices will be checked at the door. Check our facebook events page for more information on the next Silent Reading/Writing Party.
LYNETTE K. CONAT
MELISSA SMITH ALDAY
REBECCA THOMPSON HITT