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Dr. Gay Luce Gaer

Joshua Tree Retreat Center

HQ Phone: (760) 365-8371

Joshua Tree Retreat Center

59700 29 Palms Highway

Joshua Tree, California 92252

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Science Writer
National Institute of Mental Health

Affiliations

Founder
Gates Mystery School

Founder
SAGE

Education

B.A.

Radcliffe College

M.A.

Stanford University

Ph.D

Gates Mystery School

Ph.D.

Union Graduate School

Web References (164 Total References)


Joshua Tree Retreat Center - Speakers Retreat Leaders Bios - Gay Luce

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  | Gay Luce Joshua Tree Retreat Center - Speakers Retreat Leaders Bios - Gay Luce

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Gay Luce
Creator and founder of Nine Gates Mystery School. Gay is a transpersonal psychologist, author of five books translated into seven languages, and three-time recipient of the American Psychological Association award for journalism.
Dr. Luce also founded SAGE, a revitalization program that became the prototype for current work on aging.


Deborah Jones has studied with Dr. ...

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Deborah Jones has studied with Dr. Gay Luce for sixteen years and now serves as the spiritual leader of the Mystery Schools and other Nine Gates programs.


Gay Gaer Luce: Thinking Allowed, DVD, Video Interview

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Gay Gaer Luce, Ph.D.

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Gay Gaer Luce, Ph.D., is author of Body Time and founder/ director of the Nine Gates Mystery School. Today, she says, we have an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the native teachings of many cultures and time periods, connecting with our roots to develop a healthier, well-integrated lifestyle.
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Gay Gaer Luce, Ph.D., is author of Longer Life, More Joy. She proposes that the aging process need not occur in the manner prescribed by cultural stereotypes.
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--Gay Gaer Luce
Thinking Allowed Productions, 5966 Zinn Drive, Oakland, CA 94611 tel: 510-339-8004; toll-free: 800-999-4415; email: thinking@thinkingallowed.com


ANCIENT TRADITION IN MODERN SOCIETY with GAY GAER LUCE, Ph.D.

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ANCIENT TRADITION IN MODERN SOCIETY with GAY GAER LUCE, Ph.D.

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With me is Gay Gaer Luce, author of numerous books, including Body Time, Sleep, and Your Second Life. Gay is a former consultant to the President's Scientific Advisory Committee and to the National Institutes of Health, and more recently the founder and director of the Nine Gates Mystery School. Welcome, Gay.
GAY GAER LUCE, Ph.D.: Thank you, Jeffrey.
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LUCE: Absolutely.
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LUCE: It's a little hard to describe, because I now take this for granted, and I realize that not everybody does.
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LUCE: That's probably true, and we also think our body is very small.
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LUCE: They had spiritual science, and it really was a science -- that is, knowing exactly how to draw breath up the meridians and around and down.
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LUCE: It's Chinese -- well, it's all through Asia, and it's related to what we know about acupuncture.
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LUCE: Yes.
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LUCE: The chi being energy, right. As long as this chi energy was going in a certain direction, with a certain force of thought, there would be no wound of the skin. Then they would take the water bucket off, take the nail out, and there would be no sign on the skin that anything had happened.
MISHLOVE: Really!
LUCE: Yes. I can remember one funny scene in our living room way back then, when a young man from Ecuador sat in front of a BBC camera saying, "I'm going to pull this pin through my cheek" -- he's talking all the time -- "would you like it to bleed or not?
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LUCE: We think of ourselves as very puny, and very much more rigid than we are. That's a state of mind.
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LUCE: Well, I don't know, but that does get to be kind of a parlor trick, talking about things like that.
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LUCE: And there are specific things you can do.
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LUCE: Well, we all can do that for ourselves. I mean, certainly it's helpful to have a therapist to work with on problems that one can't see at all, but after a while -- I mean, when I go home and I get with my mother and we get in a wrangle, I realize that all my life I used to blame her. Now I just go in the bathroom and do a little charge-up and release, and suddenly I can be in a conversation that used to be very painful for me, and I'm comfortable. I don't have to be miserable about it. I wish I'd learned this lots earlier in my life.
MISHLOVE: You seem to be a person, Gay, who sees herself as a child of the planet.
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LUCE: All is a big word.
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LUCE: Right.
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LUCE: So probably in our deep consciousness, because we've begun to work with these words --
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LUCE: Hello is like namaste -- it's an honoring of resting in the initiation of God.
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LUCE: But look, they didn't have to do what we do.
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LUCE: That's right. He was the man who brought Buddhism to Tibet, where ancient people were very tuned in to the hologram, the understanding, that all of us are a piece of the entirety, and that if we get some decent focus on it and we get good definition, we can see through all time and all things.
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LUCE: Oh, important.
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LUCE: Right.
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LUCE: Right.
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LUCE: And to let them be all they are.
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LUCE: But there was more scarcity.
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LUCE: True, and the fact is that our consciousness, as we change, can make eating a very different act.
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LUCE: The alternative, I think, for all of us is to become more conscious.
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LUCE: What we're eating, how it tastes. It's very interesting.
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LUCE: Well, G for example -- I always thought of Gay as a name for lightness and joy.
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LUCE: What I like to think of as my persona.
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LUCE: Exactly.
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LUCE: Well, the word comes from an old Sanskrit word that means loom, and it means seamlessness of polarities -- you know, bringing the two together.
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LUCE: Right.
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LUCE: Oh, that is phenomenal.
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LUCE: Quite nauseous.
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LUCE: It doesn't always come out the way it does in our psychological phrasing, it really doesn't, but it gets expressed. And a wise priest takes it from the level of psychology into the level of the sacred. That is, it's no longer me, the personal Gay, that's struggling with this little problem.
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LUCE: Absolutely, impossible.
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LUCE: And has proportions very calculated.
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LUCE: Oh, immensely, yes.
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LUCE: My fingernails. But even things that we call inanimate are inhabited by the spirit and by that ineffable organization that creates everything.
MISHLOVE: Well, Gay Gaer Luce, it would seem as if in a sense what you're talking about is a new renaissance, and this appreciation that you have for the vitality and the spirit of ancient traditions is truly a renaissance idea in our times.
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LUCE: Hopefully we're going to have a renaissance.
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Gay Gaer Luce, we're out of time. It's been such a pleasure being with you.
LUCE: Well, thank you. It has been.
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LUCE: I've enjoyed it very much.


Arthur M. Young: Comments about AMY

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Gay Gaer Luce, Ph.D. author, Body Time

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