by Dafna Mordecai
The Chicago ISDnA circles have been known as the "Circles of Grace and
Empowerment, Alchemy for the 21st Century". Currently this primarily involves
the Columbia College Light Circle (where Bro. Wayne taught) with the faculty sponsor being
More will be available soon about their
activities as their website is still in progress.
Gorakh was a close associate of Bro. Wayne in
Chicago and has written with Kurt Johnson several pieces and remembrances of Wayne
keyed in the right column.
to come on
Grace and Empowerment, Alchemy for the 21st Century
website in progress: http://www.light-circles.com/
stewards of the Columbia College Chicago Light Circle group are Sara Gaines, Cameron Yergler, Teresa Cesario, Ali Arzeni, Marie Stenger,
and Eric Majeski. The circle is hosted by Gorakh (William/Bill) Hayashi.
The Columbia College Light Circle meets the first Friday of every month from 6-10pm. They
start with a potluck which leads into the sharing of "soul art", meditation, yoga, chanting, dancing, films, and discussion.
Contact Address is: 624 South Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL, 60605.
NEW for 2011
WATCH NEW 2011 LIGHT CIRCLE VIDEO
Listen to Light Circle students and Gorakh Hayashi at NAMASTE RADIO, click on "Youth
and Spirituality" in the blue BLOGTALK RADIO Icon
Participate in Chicago Light Circles Guided Meditation with Gorakh Hayashi HERE:
More From Gorakh Hayashi
Watch commentaries on Bro. Wayne by Gorakh Hayashi
at YouTube from the 2005 Common Ground Tribute Event to Brother Wayne.
Read Gorakh Hayashi and
Kurt Johnson's article on the InterSpiritual Vision of Brother Wayne:
SCROLL DOWN to Hayashi & Johnson
Read Gorakh Hayashi's "A
Remembrance of Brother Wayne Teasdale" delivered at the 2005 Tribute Event in
Austin, Texas HERE.
See Columbia College graduate Matthew Santos and listen to his music at the
Multiplex Music page