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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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January 28th 2013:Inspiring the Next Spiritual Revolution with Author and Entrepreneur Aryae Coopersmith

Have you ever felt a sense of oneness with the whole world? Maybe it was during a religious service, on the top of a mountain or during a particularly intense session on the yoga mat? If not, meet Aryae Coopersmith. Aryae is the author of Holy Beggars, an account of his experience in the spiritual revolution that occurred in San Francisco in the 1960’s. Aryae wants to each and every person to experience their own personal spiritual revolution and in pursuit of this, he is transitioning from a successful career running the HR Forums in Silicon Valley to found One World Lights, an organization t

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Aryae Coopersmith

Aryae Coopersmith is founder and CEO of the HR Forums, whose members are Silicon Valley’s human resource executives. This year Aryae is stepping aside from his HR Forums role and initiating a new community: One World Lights – a global community of leaders from all walks of life who are supporting each other in transforming the world. The premise is simple: to inspire thousands of these visionary leaders, “Global Citizens,” all over the world, to come together and support each other through local wisdom circles and global communication to accelerate humanity’s urgently needed course change toward a healthy, just, peaceful, sustainable world. Aryae is also the author of Holy Beggars: A Journe
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