Gregory Toole is Spiritual Director of Somseva, dedicated to teaching universal spiritual principles, based on the Science of Mind philosophy, for the purpose of personal and global transformation. He is an internationally known writer, speaker, spiritual teacher and coach. Gregory is author of the book, “A Simple Guide to Planetary Transformation,” which gives practical guidance for how one can use his or her own spiritual awakening and growth to transform the planet.
He is an ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living.
For the past 17 years, Gregory’s life has been dedicated to serving humanity through teaching spirituality in both group and individual settings. He has taught thousands of students around the world through his classes, individual coaching, writing, and speaking engagements.
Gregory is a spiritual adviser and coach, providing spiritual direction and support on an individual and organizational level to those moving through change, transition, and challenges.
Gregory’s teaching is grounded in the idea that each person has great power to transform his or her life. From this premise he has been able to support thousands in having breakthroughs to greater freedom and prosperity. He specializes in teaching authentic living, unlimited prosperity, and the practice of surrender as powerful means to living with fulfillment, joy, and grace.
Prior to dedicating his life to sacred service to the world, Gregory was previously Executive Director of National Youth Enterprise Institute in Oakland, California where he taught leadership and entrepreneurship skills to high school students, teachers, and administrators.
Earlier in his career, Gregory worked in marketing and business development for several Silicon Valley, California tech firms after completing an MBA at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Gregory currently resides in Boulder, Colorado where he is actively engaged in the yoga, Kirtan, and alternative spirituality scenes, in addition to his work with Centers for Spiritual Living.
He is an avid tennis player, loves dancing and outdoor concerts, and his biggest fans are his two feline companions, Winnie and Fuzzy.