Speaker & Spiritual Reverend
CEREMONIES & SPECIAL EVENTS
Laurelle speaks on connecting to ourselves & our innate spiritual connection by reconnecting to The Natural World. This often incorporates Crystals, Astrology, Meditation, Essential Oils and Sacred Woods & Resins, as well as human rights and fairness, on bringing ourselves into alignment, & on taking care of our physical bodies along with our spiritual, emotional & mental ones. She speaks on shifting our perspectives to bring in miracles for ourselves, and on increasing wisdom & intuition by opening to the subtle energies. She has done so at events, on tv and radio & in films.
Along with Speaking at events, festivals and in the alternative-minded media, Laurelle also performs ceremonies based in Earth-Centered traditions, and was featured as an officiant in the award-winning documentary Married & Counting, available to watch on Hulu and other sites.
Ceremonies include ~
Weddings & Commitment Ceremonies
Births, Memorials, and all life events
New & Full Moon Ceremonies/Meditation
Wheels of the Season & other Earth-based ritual/ceremony traditions.
Space & Home Clearings
Planet Heart's 8th Annual Earth Day Event ~ Earth Panel
Hosted by Mitchell Jay Rabin ~ A Better World Radio & TV
With Grandmother/Bishop Lygia Maciel De Castro
Michael Winn - International Author, Speaker, & Pres. of Healing Tao, USA
Rick Ulfik, Founder of We The World, WE Campaign & 11 Days of Global Unity
Laurelle Rethke, Teacher, Speaker, Spiritual Reverend & Founder, 5 Sense Healing
Gregory Funicello, TruthNow Music
Dan Miner, Sustainability Advocate, Writer
Speaking on Foraging for Ancient Bristolcone Pine Resins, and Communing with The Ancient tree energies, at the first Floracopeia Teacher Training & Certification, April 2010.
With Author & Floracopeia founder David Crow.
Speaking about Gay Marraige Rights on a Married & Counting Film Panel after the Rhode Island Int'l Film Festival, with Director Allan Piper, Proucer Jennifer Houston, the stars Stephen Mosher & Pat Dwyer, and officiant Marci Reed.
Speaking as one of the Authors of Harmony In Chakras
on Using Crystals by Color on the Chakras
at the Awaken Fair in NYC July 2018
Officiating the first wedding in the award-winning Documentary, Married & Counting...
The Grooms and I after officiating their ceremony.
Heidi Elias & I before our panel discussion on Harmony in Chakras at the Awaken Fair in Tarrytown, NJ - April 2018
Providing services as a Spiritual Reverend... After birth of newborn twins, Venus & Helios. With Mother, Father, & 2 Midwives.
On the Red Carpet with Married & Counting Stars Stephen Mosher & Pat Dwyer at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.
Speaking out about our rights on healthy food, labeling, and the
dangers of GMO's at the GMO Rally in NYC, March 2011.
Speakers include ~
Jamie Balancia, Food & Water Watch
Bob Cline, Safe & Healthy School Food Coalition
Kielson Baker: CN & FDN Nutritionist , “GMO’s & Health”
Laurelle Rethke : Organizer & Concerned Citizen
Dawn Corbit-Nivison : Concerned Farmer & Mother
*Laurelle is a Minister through the Universal Life Church, which is the only denomination worldwide
that opens its doors to all people, and works to represent religious freedom in all its forms.
The ULC's stated beliefs are as follows:
Objective: Eternal Progression
Goal: A Fuller Life for Everyone
Slogan: To Live and Help Live
Maxim: "We Are One"
At the Univeral Life Church Ministries there is no hierarchy. All faiths are considered equal, and no deity is held above another.
The Universal Life Church wholly believes in its mantra – “We are all children of the same universe.” and follows doing "that which is right".
The Universal Life Church believes that it is every person’s responsibility to act holistically, to do nothing to impinge on the rights of others, and to
uphold religious diversity and freedom. Additionally, everyone (men, women, and children from around the globe) must be able to practice their
spiritual and religious beliefs without interference or threat from any government, religious, or societal force.
The Church does not stand between the member and his or her belief system.