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Seminar Leaders

The Seminar Leaders for Logic of Nonsense are:

Dr. Raymond Moody - is  a best-selling Author of twelve books including Life After Life which has sold over 13 million copies world wideâand Reunions, as well as numerous articles in academic and professional literature.

Dr. Moody continues to capture enormous public interest and generate controversy with his ground-breaking work on the near-death experience and what happens when we die.  
He is an Award-Winning Author. Dr. Moody received the World Humanitarian Award in Denmark in 1988. He was also honored with a bronze medal in the Human Relations category at the New York Film Festival for the movie version of Life After Life..  he is a World-Renowned Scholar and Researcher. Dr. Moody is the leading authority on the 'near-death experience'âa phrase he coined in the late seventies. Dr. Moody's research into the phenomenon of near-death experience had its start in the 1960's. The New York Times calls him "the father of the near-death experience."

 

 

Dr. David Randle - is president & CEO of the WHALE Center, co-facilitator of the Global Healing initiative, Managing Director of the Waves of Change campaign, and director of the USF College of Global Sustainability sustainable tourism program.  

Dave holds a doctorate in spiritual disciplines, wellness, and environmental concerns.   He is the recipient of both an Olympic award and award at the United Nations for his work in leadership development and sustainability.

Dave is an experienced educator and counseling professional with experience in a wide variety of settings including corporations, universities, health care, criminal justice, government, hospice, and non-profit organizations.   He is a frequent contributor to the the Huffington Post Green Blog.

 

                                                  

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