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Transcending The Pandemic: Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker

World Renown Self-Help Author and Spiritual Leader Discusses How to Transcend The Pandemic Fear Program

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Mother * Grandmother * Best-Selling Author * Minister * Emmy-Winning Television Minister & Producer * Counselor * Business Executive * Motivational Speaker * Opera Singer * Gardener * Yogini

One of the premier inspirational and spiritual teachers and empowerment speakers on the planet, Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker is listed by “Ten Women of Power,”  a best-selling book by Laurel King, as one of the 10 most powerful and inspirational women in the world. The San Diego Press Club honored her as Woman of the Year, and twice as Headliner of the Year. Her 1980’s Emmy Award winning International Television ministry “With Love, Rev. Terry” aired across 400 stations, reached millions, and inspired many to pursue a life of service, life-coaching, spiritual teaching, and healing.

Rev. Dr. Terry has remained the single most influential spiritual trailblazer of her time, as her television ministry outreach and books made Metaphysical teachings part of mainstream America. Her pioneering work opened the door for a plethora of motivational speakers, best-selling authors, ministers, and leaders to come forth and succeed. Those who have been touched and inspired by Dr. Terry’s lectures, seminars, television and radio programs, and books reads like a Who’s Who of Leaders in business, inspiration, and arts, including, Mark Victor Hansen (Author of Chicken Soup of the Soul), Marianne Williamson, Anthony Robbins, and Neale Donald Walsch.

Dr. Terry Cole-Whittaker’s unique experiences and accomplishments cover a vast and impressive array of areas as; spiritual researcher, minister, best-selling author, television and radio minister and producer, counselor to the stars, and international inspirational leader. With kindness, generosity, and compassionate wisdom, she offers spiritual seekers, entrepreneurs, and leaders her knowledge, experience and expertise.

Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker took a 50 member church in San Diego and brought it to an 8,000 member church with 5,000 on Easter Sundays, and expanded that with an international network television ministry reaching millions in 400 markets in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Guam.

She and her staff, volunteers, and contributors created a volunteer system of 600 volunteers; six teaching centers in California with weekly classes on video, a children’s school K-6, youth group,  a published monthly magazine titled “The Open Door,” a 24 hour prayer ministry; and five Winner’s Circle Breakfast Clubs throughout California.  She also created practitioner, facilitator, and ministerial training, with regular classes holding 800 in attendance, a thriving book store; Singles Club of over 1,500 members; plus community outreach.

In 1995 she was admitted to the Orange Coast College Hall of Fame, as one of their top students and one of the most prominent alumni in the fifty-year history of the College.

Books:

Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker’s six Best-Selling books highlight the body of her work, including; “What You Think of Me is None of My Business,” a classic pioneering book on codependency and personal power; Number One on the New York Times Best seller list,  “How To Have More in a Have Not World,” “The Inner Path From Where You are To Where You Want To Be,” “Love and Power in a World Without Limits,” “Dare to Be Great,” and her newest, “Live Your Bliss.”

Media:

King World produced an infomercial for her course 21 Days to Personal Riches. She has been interviewed and featured for her work in the most important magazines, newspapers, and television and radio programs in the world including: Oprah, Larry King Live, CNN, Good Morning America, Donahue, Sally Jessie Rafael, Tom Synder, Regis Philbin, People Magazine, US Magazine, Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, & London Times, which all chronicled her breakthrough motivational, inspirational and leadership technologies and her empowering upbeat “You can do it” philosophy. Her students included Michael Jackson, among many more stars.

Education:

In 1973 she graduated from the Ernest Holmes School of Religion in Los Angeles, CA and received her license as a fellow and minister of Religious Science. After serving for two years as an assistant minister in La Crescenta, CA in 1975 she was ordained. Terry received her secular education at the University of Southern California, Pasadena City College, La Verne College, and Orange Coast College where she was homecoming queen and freshman class president.

Dr. Cole-Whittaker is a devoted spiritual researcher especially the English translations of the Puranic teachings as the crème of Vedic knowledge. She is self-educated given that what she was seeking to learn about was not taught in any private or government educational system. Her studies include; Metaphysics; the New Testament of the Bible; Eastern Mysticism; Gnosticism, singing, spiritual psychology, career and life’s work fulfillment and success, win/win business practices; Native American spiritual practices; health and nutrition; gardening, and many subjects all pertaining to living in harmony with one’s self and nature.

Honorary Doctoral Degree

She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters in 2009 from the Holmes Institute of the Centers for Spiritual Living, previously known as the United Church of Religious Science.

In 1985 Dr. Terry left San Diego to continue her spiritual quest and moved to Washington State where she built a retreat center with an amazing organic garden and conducted retreats. She traveled with her students to holy sites around the world including Egypt; Glastonbury and Stonehenge, UK; Peru and Machu Picchu; Jerusalem; Nepal; and India.

Having found what she had been seeking spiritually, Dr. Cole Whittaker took initiation from Vedic and Puranic scholar Sri Haridas Sastriji Maharaj Babaji in Vrindavan, UP, India in 1999 in order to study the Puranas and Vedic-Vaisnava culture. Adventures in Enlightenment, formed a Trust in India in 1999 for the purpose of sharing Vedic knowledge with the Western world and to give aid to the poor.

Dr. Cole-Whittaker resides at Mount Shasta, California in order to be close to the stunning nature found there. She continues to teach, share the wisdom of the ages, and empower her students to discover and prosper from doing their life’s work, trust themselves, and attain God-realization and actualization.

She is currently creating new books, new internet services, and offers retreats, counseling, ministerial training and ordination, certification for Empowerment Facilitator, Spiritual Counseling, and the authorization to teach from her books.

Her work is unique in that the wide spectrum of her studies and accomplishments offers her students the knowledge and support for attaining their goals, purpose and mission whether that be spiritually, materially, or both. “All is possible” is her motto.

The following is our exclusive interview with Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker for The Hollywood Sentinel: 

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Visit the official Dr. Terry Cole Whittaker website and support her work at:  https://www.terrycolewhittaker.com/

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The Art of Success

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By Bruce Edwin

This life we have been given is truly amazing. We create what we want. If you want to fly across the world, you can make some money, buy a plane ticket, and do it. You can even make a whole lot of money, and buy your own plane if you really want to.   If you want to write a book, make a song, dance, or paint a picture, you can do that.

If you want to fall in love, you can be loving, meet someone, and fall in love. You can make money, buy a house, and live your dream. The only thing stopping you is you. If you feel stopped, look at what you tell yourself and what others tell you. Validate your self work, and do not tolerate others who do not tolerate you or your dreams. Dream bigger every day.

The Art of Success–is truly then, the manner of correct thinking. All success begins with action, and all action starts with thought. If your thinking is off, your action will be either non-existent, or worse–incorrect action. The first key to success therefore, is knowledge. A very simplistic outline of success could look as follows;

    1. Determine what you do NOT want. Knowing what you want, entails knowing what you do not want. Be sure to know what you do not want, so you can avoid the unwanted from happening.
    2.  Determine what you DO want. Determine your Top Most Goals and Dreams. Write them down.
    3. Write down the steps necessary to reach each goal, including your top goal.  Find out what is required to make each step happen.  Prioritize your goals in terms of long term, mid term, and short term. Looks at your goals regularly; when you wake up, during the day, and before you go to sleep, if not more.

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    1. Educate yourself. Read and study what you need to learn and know to make each step happen. If for example, you want to be a top actor, read about the top actors and how they made it to the top. Find and locate the best acting coach, and study acting.
    2.  After your education and training is great, then take action. Do the steps necessary to achieve your goals.
    3. Realize that education, study, and learning should be a life long goal, and that you should never stop studying, training, and learning, to become and stay the best you can be.

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  1. Be certain that your environment is free from distractions, including people who may invalidate your goals and plans.
  2. Get a mentor to help guide and coach you. Remember that the top Olympic athletes have coaches, and even the President of the United States has advisors to give him advice on what to do in different areas of their specialized knowledge. The wise seek the counsel of others, not try to do everything themselves. Leverage others.  And never be afraid to ask questions to get more information if you do not know something.
  3. After you have achieved your goals, find a way to help others along the way. Mentor someone else in turn for example, or donate some time to a charity or other worthy cause.
  4. Always focus on what you do want, not on what you do not want. Be optimistic. Not unrealistic–but optimistic. Negative attitudes and pessimism kills. Surround yourself with those who are more successful than you. We tend to gravitate to the level of those around us.
  5. Be of service to others, and give back.
  6. Be thankful. Show thanks have gratitude for all you have. We are blessed.

I wish you great success! Questions or comments may be addressed to me through the contact form on this site.

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