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Rev. Dr. Jim Turell on "Awareness in the Field"

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With more than twenty years as a Consciousness teacher Dr Jim Turell shares his insights on the value of
“Awareness in the Field” and its impact on the emerging scene.

Dr. Jim Turrell is noted for his dynamic classes and speaking style. “I think everyone should be studying and strengthening their relationship with God. It is the most important relationship of your life because everything you have is a gift from God.”

Turrell started his studies of the Science of Mind in 1972. He completed six years of class work and became a minister in 1984. He was ordained in 1987. As Founder and Pastor, Turrell started the Center for Spiritual Living Newport-Mesa in 1987.  A thriving and sacred work, the Center is home to over 250 members and friends.  Turrell has severed on the Board of Directors of Religious Science International and has been a featured speaker at their national conferences.  http://www.cslnm.org/

Turrell is also a businessman and an Author. His books include Speaking from The Heart, The Gospel of Cause and Effect, Socrates’ Secret, and The Sacred Language of Dimensional Prayer and his latest The Secret According to Jesus: No one is Left Behind.

Jim Turrell was born in Chicago and grew up in the 50′s and 60′s. He graduated from Cal-State University at Los Angeles in 1969 and taught Junior and Senior High school for fifteen years specializing in instrumental music and American studies. He played professionally in the sixties and in 1967 toured Canada with the Mariachi Brass and in 1968 toured the United States with the Roger Wagner Chorale. Currently, Turrell plays the vibraphone and focuses on Jazz.

 

 

 

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