Jeff Kober has spent much of the last 30 years studying metaphysics and meditation, traveling extensively in India. In 2007, after a lengthy and intensive period of study, Jeff became a teacher of Vedic meditation, and since has taught from his center in Los Angeles, as well as in Mexico City, Chicago, Montana, Wyoming and regularly in New York. He has written a daily Vedic Meditation thought for over a year and is currently compiling a 365 Meditation Daily Reader.
Dr. Steve Dansiger has attempted to cure Marc Maron on WTF, become a master EMDR therapist and provider of Basic Training, and with Noah Levine helped set up the premiere Buddhist addictions rehab center, Refuge Recovery Centers. Holding an MA in Counseling Psychology and a PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Steve is putting finishing touches on his book Clinical Dharma (release date: September, 2016) and giving regular Dharma talks at Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society and with his own DharmaSpring.
Archer is 10 years old (probably seems older) and is in the fifth grade. He enjoys playing tennis, judging others and changing the color of his hair daily. You can follow him on Instagram @archersarrows123.
Oren Harris is a Transformational coach, spiritual teacher and international speaker in the field of higher consciousness. He helps leaders, entrepreneurs and creatives to live their highest potential and have a profound impact on the world.
A Psychic Medium since birth and Ordained Minister for A Course in Miracles, Rev Kate Hawkins has always had a strong connection with Spirit. She does readings all around the world (and over the phone/Skype—$150 an hour/$75 half hour, 805-280-2560). She also is a public speaker who integrates spirituality with practicality.
Noah Levine is a Buddhist teacher, author and counselor who holds a masters degree in counseling psychology. He teaches meditation classes, workshops and retreats nationally as well as leading groups in juvenile halls and prisons. The author of multiple books and the creator of the Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society, Noah owns and operates Refuge Recovery, a treatment center focused on Buddhist principles.