May, 2005
Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship
Raleigh, NC
Issue 199

Martin Brossman
Networking from the Heart
How to build a personal team of people to support your life, your dreams, your spiritual path and your business

Discover the deeper meaning of networking in this focused, interactive presentation. Martin Brossman truly understands the art and science of building a powerful network of mutually-supportive allies, and he will show you how networking from the heart will enhance your personal mission now and in the future!

Many people think of networking as merely handing out business cards and brochures. Yet, there is a greater dimension of connecting where we can create lasting benefit for all. Martin believes in building alliances and friendships that will support your whole life. Here, he helps you acquire the ability to identify the best people who will represent you well.

For example, you can develop a connection with other business people who have clients who are similar to yours, facilitating referals to one another. Simultaneously you can build your equally important personal network made up of people who keep you motivated (rather than just make you feel good). Overall, this presentation will help you to create a dynamic, supportive, caring network structure while giving you valuable tips on developing your networking skills in a way that is natural--and beneficial--for you!

Martin Brossman has been the director of, an organization committed to supporting people in living lives they love, since 1995. He is a trainer and personal coach specializing in communications, performance enhancement, conflict resolution, career path coaching and team effectiveness. He has 20 years of professional experience, seven years with IBM (where he received the "IBM Means Service" top customer service award) and 13 years developing and operating small businesses.

A native of Washington, D.C., he holds a BA in Math / Computer Science from St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C. Martin has been a speaker and trainer for corporations, government agencies, and medical centers including; IBM, The Environmental Protection Agency, Duke Medical Center, and the Granville County Health Department. He has been a featured presenter at the National Leadership Training Forum of the American Society for Training and Development. In 2000 he was honored with the N.C. Governor's Volunteer of the Year Award for his contribution to Carolina Health & Humor Association. He is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner and Team Builder. A trained bodyworker and reflexologist, he also holds a ranking belt in Aikido.

Martin's website and noteworthy articles have garnered national interest, targeting such subjects as conflict management, men's issues, applying humor in everyday life and computers in society. He has taught Continuing Education classes at Wake and Durham Technical Colleges. His list of passions includes personal development, social issues, camping, meditation, travel, Amateur Radio (KI4CFS), electric Bass guitar, close-up magic and comedy. His upcoming book, an outgrowth of Martin's years of dedication to fostering deeper communication among men, Finding Our Fire: Enhancing Men's Connection to Heart, Passion and Strength, will be published in Fall 2005.

Please visit Martin's website at

This Month's Angel Door Prize

The door prize at this month's meeting is a gift certificate for TWO full one-hour professional coaching sessions with Martin Brossman ($200 value)!

Join us for a chance to win this exciting prize


Calendar of Events
June 2, 2005 - Eddie Conner
August 4, 2005 - Annual Psychic Fair


May 5th, 2005

Doors Open: 6:30 PM
Lecture: 7:15 - 9:30 PM
Cost: $5
Early Meditation: 6:30 PM
Cost: FREE

The Intuitive Is In
Column 3

the third in a series of articles by
Diana Henderson
Our meetings are held in the lower level of the newly re-modeled and expanded
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh
at 3313 Wade Avenue in Raleigh.

Healing Sounds Meditation
Denise Gregory
(See Below)

Time: 6:30 - 7:00 PM

Cost: Free

An open guided meditation will be held at 6:30 PM in the Ralph Waldo Emerson room (the upper building, lower level) at the UUFR

The lectures begins at 7:15 PM following the meditation. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, May 5th.

Healing Sounds Meditation

Denise Gregory

This month's early meditation will be led by Denise Gregory, a Reiki Master-Teacher in the Tibetan Diamond Path tradition. She has done energy work for over 10 years beginning as a certified healer with the Institute for Spiritual Development in New Jersey. Her meditations include healing sound work that grounds, balances and harmonizes.

She works with a sacred instrument, a 28" Tibetan gong which she uses for clearing and setting energy in spaces as well as working with individuals or groups. The gong has a wide range of over-and under-tones that bring depth and richness to meditation practice. Her special brand of work has now evolved into using all the tools she has been taught and given to aid individuals in facilitating their own healing. Denise is also a minister/priestess with the Madonna Ministry.

The early meditation begins at 6:30 PM. Please arrive on time to optimize the energetics of the group body.


The early meditation is held in the Ralph Waldo Emerson room of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh.

This is in the same building (Peace Hall) as the Clara Barton room, but the Emerson room is on the lower level.

If coming from the front parking lot, go down the steps between the two buildings. There's an entry door on the right side of Peace Hall. Go in this door and down the hall, and the Ralph Waldo Emerson room is on the left at the end.

If coming from the back parking lot, go up the steps between the main building, which houses the sanctuary in front and Fellowship Hall in the rear, and Peace Hall, the building to the left. Entry door will be on the left a short distance up the stairs.

Please be on time so as not to disturb the energy of the channeled meditation.

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