The Seventh Sense
Why "Seventh Sense"? Most people have some idea of a sixth sense-- something beyond the five, that many think of as an extra 'knowing', or maybe refer to as ESP. But my spiritual journey has led me to believe that there's something still beyond that. Something I refer to as the seventh sense. I love that it's a bit ambiguous, because I think, for some, it's a higher power of sorts, for some it's a very clear "God", and for some, it's what they know of simply, and profoundly, as Love.
Rev. Dawn Camacho - Southern California, is a trilingual interfaith minister, and premarital counselor who has officiated over 450 ceremonies, and spoken at conferences, panels, churches, and events on both coasts. Her clients include NACE, ILEA, Perfect Wedding Guide, Wedding Wire, Unity North Atlanta, Cal State University, UCLA, USC, and New School University. Dawn Camacho is also the founder of Whole Life Solutions- offering professionals in intense times of transition a unique holistic approach to clarity and order inside and out. She wakes up every day grateful to do what she loves.
Reverend Ryan NeuCollins - Greater Atlanta area, Rev. Ryan is an interfaith minister who, when she’s not officiating weddings, provides free classes to the community on Eastern Religion, Indigenous Spirituality, and the possibility of Life after Death through the study of reincarnation cases and Near Death Experiences via her business Birds-of- a-feather.net. Deeply committed to the spiritual path, Ryan is also a kriya yogi who engages in daily meditation and prayer, as well as the art of seeing and nurturing the sacred in other people.
Mercy Monroe- Greater Atlanta area (Not Currently Accepting New Ceremonies) Mercy's eclectic spiritual journey began in the Southern Baptist church. She considers the impetus to explore nontraditional places and spaces of blessing one of the great gifts of coming out as a lesbian. Deeply influenced by earth-based spirituality, mindfulness meditation, and progressive Christianity, Mercy has been leading traditional and non-traditional ritual since 2010.