E.J. Gold is internationally known as an originator of contemporary transformative processes and a masterful proponent of darkside dreamwalking. His shamanic works reveal a perceptual scientist at the cutting edge of experimentation, a visionary, and provocative artist.
His practical approach leads him to produce voyaging tools with an unmistakable transcendent and lasting quality.
E.J. Gold is certainly a man of many talents and many accomplishments. I also found him to be someone who is totally and irrevocably dedicated to service to other beings. The debt I owe him for his acute and trustworthy help in my own growing maturity as a teacher is immeasurable. So why is E.J. not better known, even in his own country? His style is wild, paradoxical, uncompromising and provocative at turns, and so startlingly clear and precise at other times that it is shocking. He teaches experientially, not academically. Sad to say, yet obvious to any sincere seeker, the average person mouthing some simplistic new-age formula for self-improvement is not interested in the genuine experience and process of self-observation and transformation.
E.J. Gold has, nonetheless, been a prominent albeit controversial figure, first in the human potential movement and then in the spiritual movement, for close to 30 years. He is often called a "Teacher's Teacher" having been friend, mentor, trainer, even apprentice master to many of America's contemporary field of spiritual guides. He has authored over two dozen books and is currently the editor of "Galaxy" Magazine. His art has been exhibited in many one-man shows throughout the U.S. and Canada and has been used to illustrate a number of prominent book covers.
Where did E.J. Gold come from? Only he knows and is not interested in telling. Where is he going? In answer to that question I can only say: grab hold and hang on, for no one knows. But one thing is certain, it will be an unforgettable and invaluably opportune ride!