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Spirituality Beyond Religion

February 26 

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Ruby Tingle

“Another Perspective”

Ruby Tingle has been a registered nurse for over 50 years. She met Audle Allison in 1978 and has continued the study and practice of his teachings ever since. She is now herself a teacher of the Kriya Yoga linage as taught by Babaji. As a voracious reader of everything from science fiction and time travel to the technology associated with energy medicine, her mind has expanded to embrace many perspectives.

At Morning Star Ruby will share her experience of first contact with the Pleiadeans and the subsequent adventures she had. She will describe her many wonderful moments of joy and validation from her experiences with our interdimensional, intergalactic family of light in the multiverse.

March 5 

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Tom Baker

“All is Well.”

Tom Baker is a former Roman Catholic priest who spent ten years serving the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY in parish work and seminary teaching at St. Meinrad School of Theology. He has been a practicing and licensed psychotherapist for 27 years in Virginia Beach where he lives with his wife, Kathy, who is also a psychotherapist. Tom has also taught a weekly class in A Course In Miracles for 40 years. His hobbies include golf, reading, writing, and studying near-death experiences. He also grew up with the Edgar Cayce readings and has given numerous talks at the Association for Research and Enlightenment, Edgar Cayce’s foundation located in Virginia Beach.

For his morning Star presentation Tom will speak about the need for a voice of reassurance for us in troubled times which seem to be magnified by messages from a media that gives us information and opinions but little or no reassurance. He will share how with faith we can feel the reassurance of God and translate that into reassurance for each other.

March 12 

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Dr. Fazlur Rahman

“A Question of Identity. Who Am I?”

Fazlur Rahman grew up as the eighth of nine children, part of a Muslim family in Chandpur, a port city of southern Bangladesh. He learned reading and writing of Arabic and English at home from his father, who was also Headmaster of a girl’s school, imam at the local mosque and juror in Judge court for nearly 40 years. Fazlur came to America in 1991 with his wife and two young sons, to work with Professor Ken Nicholas at the University of Oklahoma. With advanced degrees in chemistry, post doctorate work and numerous collaborations at prestigious institutions including Cal-Tech, UC Berkeley, Columbia University in NY and others , Fazlur is a true scholar. Currently he is the S.J. Sarkey’s Energy Foundation Chair at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, he is also an active coach and mentor through various programs to assist Chemistry, Pre-Med and Pre-Engineering students.

In his talk at Morning Star, “A Question of Identity. Who Am I?”, Fazlur will share the narrative of his life. From his youth in Bangladesh, time in Australia, and 40 plus years in the American “melting pot “ he brings his own set of unique perspectives. Blending cultures and religions, Muslim and also American, Fazlur’s life will enlighten and instruct us all.


March 19 

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Lea Miller

“My Kundalini Awakening”

According to Tantra, kundalini energy rests like a coiled serpent at the base of the spine. When this dormant energy flows freely upward thru the seven chakras (energy centers) and leads to an advanced state of consciousness, it’s known as a kundalini awakening. Lea Miller has had such an experience. In her talk at Morning Star, she will share that journey with us. A kundalini awakening is a process of self-discovery and growth over time. It requires patience, courage, and a willingness to let go of old patterns and ways of being that no longer serve us. We invite you to share in what Lea has learned on her awakening path.

Lea Miller was born in the panhandle of Oklahoma. She attended the University of Oklahoma where she studied English Literature and Philosophy. She was an ordained minister for many years and travel is one of her greatest passions. Lea now follows in the steps of Jesus as a handyman in her business ‘White Lotus Renovation.’ Lea’s view on life is that there is beauty in the wretched, peace in chaos, and that everyone is worth knowing.

March 26 

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Perry Lovelace

“Finding Reality”

Perry Lovelace – Tulsa born, Sooner raised, and recognized alumnus by the University of Oklahoma College of Education as a member of the Hall of Fame for his 50 years of innovative education and outstanding teaching. He has dedicated his career to providing high quality learning experiences, while keeping in tune with a changing economic and technological environment, to many organizations worldwide including those located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Nigeria, Angola, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Trinidad/Tobago, UK, Romania, Austria, and Mexico.

In parallel to an illustrious career, Perry continues to love a life guided by self-discovery and a focus on the development of an awareness of the Spirit within. He exudes an attitude of gratitude and is blessed with an overflowing abundance of health and vibrant well-being which he shares with his friends, and the community of Whidbey Island in a variety of ways including Commissioner for a water District and City of Langley Public Works, Board of Trustees for Unity of Whidbey, and Planning Committee for South Whidbey Yacht Club Youth Sailing Association.

At Morning Star, Perry will zoom in from Washington to share his journey of curiosity into Spiritual Consciousness as the guiding light of reality. His journey has taken him through scientific facts and breakthroughs in biology, physics, psychology, and conscious awareness. A teach by nature, he will take us on an entertaining path guiding us with thoughtful insights into our own spiritual awareness evolution.



The virtual meeting room will be open at 10:00 a.m. for virtual visiting and the service will start at 10:15 a.m. If you have trouble connecting or have technical issues on your end, please don’t worry or concern yourself about it.  Just disconnect, go on about your Sunday, and wait for the recording to be posted on our public Facebook page (Morning Star Center for Spiritual Living) and on our website ( under the Speaker’s tab. Instructions for you to download ZOOM and connect are included below.

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  2. Go to the app store on your phone and download the ZOOM app.
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