Gail Thomas

Gail Thomas lives in Asheville, NC on a mountain that is the southern tip of the range forming the highest peak east of the Mississippi. Her Tsalagi ancestors left their stone tools in her yard and she holds traditional inipi kaga ceremonies each month. She also practices traditional shamanic journeying honed by Sandra Ingerman and Daniel Foor. On her blog, she shares "Experiences of simplifying our lives by turning away from product use and towards simple, edible options for our everyday personal, household and environmental care."

Gail Thomas lives in Asheville, NC on a mountain that is the southern tip of the range forming the highest peak east of the Mississippi. Her Tsalagi ancestors left their stone tools in her yard and she holds traditional inipi kaga ceremonies each month. She also practices traditional shamanic journeying honed by Sandra Ingerman and Daniel Foor. On her blog, she shares "Experiences of simplifying our lives by turning away from product use and towards simple, edible options for our everyday personal, household and environmental care."

Interview Topic:

Daily Simplicity for Earth Protectors: Living A Chemical-Free Lifestyle

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Gail's Free Gift to You:

Personal coaching for 28 days of transition away from products with somethingsimple2saveearth.blogspot.com for the first 28 people to email a request to somethingsimple2saveearth@gmail.com.

Additional Opportunities to Work With Gail:

Learn about simple ways you can reduce & eliminate chemicals from your life on her blog, Something Simple 2 Save Earth.


Links:

Gail's Website: http://somethingsimple2saveearth.blogspot.com/

Bio:

Gail lives in Asheville, NC on a mountain that is the southern tip of the range forming the highest peak east of the Mississippi. Her Tsalagi ancestors left their stone tools in her yard and she holds traditional inipi kaga ceremonies each month. She also practices traditional shamanic journeying honed by Sandra Ingerman and Daniel Foor.

Gail works as Finance Director for a nonprofit membership association that owns a c-corp that owns controlling interest in an LLC ... She says, “complicated things are simple for me and simple things are very complicated for me. I am the same type as Jung, Einstein, and Merrill Streep... INTP.”

Her education started with a B.S. in general management and business administration with ongoing course completion in computer science and accounting. She is currently working on certification in Jungian Dreamwork thru depth psychology alliance.

Gail loves making jewelry with natural stones, dancing, writing songs and singing / teaching ceremony songs, drawing, writing haiku poetry, hiking and foraging for wild food. She took Soto Zen vows in 2001.

Her blog can be found here: http://somethingsimple2saveearth.blogspot.com/.

 

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