Rev. Nagy Departs SLCC, Joins Golden Quest Mystery School
Dec 01, 2018 07:56PM
After serving four and one-half years as spiritual leader of the Spiritual Light Center of Charlotte (SLCC), Rev. Rebecca Nagy is now founding director of the Golden Quest Mystery School. Rev. David Hulse has become the senior minister at SLCC.
Nagy will continue the legacy of her alma mater, Sancta Sophia Seminary, founded by Rev. Carol Parrish-Harra, in exploring the teachings of the Masters of Wisdom as brought forth by authors like Helena Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Dion Fortune and Torkom Saraydarian, and help others become a true force of positive change in the Aquarian Age.
The school offers a transformative process designed for each student, including group classes and workshops, individual mentoring and home study, meditation and projects. The unique spiritual-mentor relationship with Nagy and other teachers will provide a student-teacher bond that is highly interactive, designed as a co-creative partnership.
Courses include Esoteric Astrology, Numerology, The Seven Rays, Intuitive Development and White Magic, Dreams, Past Lives and The Kabbalah. The first quarter will begin on February 3, 2019, with a three-hour workshop, followed by bi-monthly Wisdom Wednesdays via Zoom, and gatherings on the first Sunday afternoon of every month.
Also, Nagy has designed a two-year program whereby each student will learn to access their unique abilities from past lives, align with their Soul Blueprint for this life and tap into Progressive Revelation as service to humanity and the planet.
A meeting with Nagy is required before embarking on all course work. A special Encore Introductory Workshop will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on January 20, 2019 at a private location.