SARK (Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy) (“Six Powerful Habits for Feeling More Love More
Often,” page 10) is an author, artist, speaker, and teacher with millions of books in print. She is
also the founder and CEO of Planet SARK, a company that creates products and services to
support empowered living. The latest of her 17 books is Succulent Wild Love (New World
Library, 2015). Visit planetsark.com.
Christine Sherman (“Going Over the Edge,” page 12) has survived cancer three times. She
previously worked as an advisor for high school and college students. She now uses that skill
set to offer help and counsel to other young cancer survivors. An active volunteer in the young
adult cancer community, Sherman is in remission.
Rev. Bill Englehart (“Life Behind Bars,” page 16) has been the senior minister at Unity In
Marin in Marin County, California, since 2006. Before becoming a minister, Englehart spent
18 years in human resources management, including working in London as an international
human resources director for a Fortune 50 corporation. Englehart also serves on the Board of
Directors for Unity World Headquarters.
Ben Neal (“Politics of the Heart,” page 24) is a freelance writer, ecstatic poet, and amateur
musician living in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. He’s also a former prayer associate with the Silent
Unity Prayer Ministry at Unity Village. When he’s not reading or writing, Neal is outside with
his family—camping, hiking, or working in the garden—or just sitting and contemplating the
Rev. Thomas Shepherd, D.Min. (“H. Emilie Cady,” page 32), former professor of theology and
church history at Unity Institute® and Seminary, writes the “Good Questions” column in Unity
Magazine. Dr. Tom, as he is known around Unity Village, has written several books, including
The Many Faces of Prayer (Unity Books, 2013), Jesus 2. 1 (Unity Books, 2010), and Good
Questions (Unity Books, 2009).
Judith Orloff, M.D. (“Listening in With …,” page 20), is the New York Times best-selling
author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People (Sounds True, 2017).
She specializes in treating empaths and other highly sensitive people in her private practice
in Los Angeles. Orloff is also a member of the psychiatric clinical faculty at the University
of California at Los Angeles. As an empath herself, she synthesizes conventional medical
wisdom with cutting-edge knowledge of intuition, spirituality, and energy medicine. She
gives talks and leads workshops on the subject for both the general public and medical
professionals. Her other five books include Emotional Freedom (Three Rivers Press,
2009) and Positive Energy (Three Rivers Press, 2004). For more information or to sign
up for her free empath support newsletter, visit drjudithorloff.com.
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