Jerry is a teacher of spiritual consciousness.

In one-on-one counseling sessions, small group work, or with large audiences, Jerry shares his spiritual perspectives. These insights can lead to a deeper, personal, spiritual growth.

Jerry leads workshops on meditation, dreams, and other spiritual topics in the United States. He is the author of Dreams: Listening to the Voice of God (2011), and St. John Bosco — Dreams: The Guiding Voice (2015). Jerry is the dream columnist and a contributing writer for Venture Inward magazine. In the past, he has taught a course on 'The Wisdom of Dreams’ at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Duke University.

Spiritual Perspectives for a Better Life

The way we think and approach life has deep mental, physical, and spiritual implications. When we change our thinking based on spiritual insights, our lives take on a greater meaning and significance. In other words, by the understanding and application of spiritual principles, we experience a shift in our mental perspectives—the way we approach, handle, and react to our everyday life situations.

Studying our dreams and practicing prayer and meditation support and aid us in this journey. As companions, our dreams provide us with timely inner guidance. The practice of prayer and meditation helps us to continually enter into God’s presence, where we receive divine spirit that quickens our spiritual choices. Thus, the mind is renewed by experiencing inner transformations. This creates in us a new, vibrant consciousness, which leads to a fulfilling and rewarding life.

Learning anything requires a journey into the unknown. Spiritual consciousness is the final frontier. This is what spiritual teachers have conveyed throughout the ages, and what Jesus meant when he said: "You are gods."

In a nutshell, this is what Jerry offers—to take on a spiritual journey, and to help you develop and nurture a deep spiritual life, so as to awaken new vistas of your mind and realize your highest potential and expression.

"There are two mistakes one can make along the road to truth:
Not going all the way, and not starting.”

~ Buddha