Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Bright Zellner

My friend, Peggy Zellner, ND, PhD, passed away suddenly on my birthday last Saturday. I discovered Peggy (or should I say, she discovered me) shortly after moving to Las Vegas at and IONS meeting. She was giving the crowd a hands on presentation of Kinesiology, a method used in her practice as a Naturopath, and I fell in love with her on the spot. She invited me to a "group meditation," held every Tuesday evening at her office. I was skeptical, and immediately pictured craziness and woo woo. She put me at ease and I was there the next Tuesday, and every Tuesday that I was in Las Vegas afterward.

Peggy had a method of meditation that, I quickly discovered, allowed us to witness the formation of group soul. I was blown away by the process and the potential. I will never forget the beautiful feeling that was shared each week by the participants (often different). Because the participants were different, each experience was different. Peggy guided us as we each described the images that came up for us in the meditative state. As the 90 minutes unfolded, these images revealed to us, without fail, how we connect at the soul level; how the group soul forms into a cohesive connection; how we are all and each left more than before. I was fascinated and devoted to this process. I now wonder if I will ever see anything like it again.

The genius of Dr. Peggy Zellner shed a light on this world that will never be dimmed. Why she made her sudden, final exit is one of life's mysteries. Somewhere, I suspect, she is smiling. At least, I hope so. I will continue to smile whenever I think of Peggy.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for a wonderful tribute to a remarkable woman who was geninely loved by all who knew her.

Peggy's cousin, Faith : )
grieving her passing in Maumee, OH

Tamalyn Taylor said...

Thank you for your kind words about Peggy. She was and still is such an inspiration for me. I will always remember how kind she was to me and how she gave me more respect than I even gave myself. She always reminded me on how important all of us Light Workers are and the good we can do for the world. She was so unselfish in her giving. Once she gave me $40 bucks because I was feeling so unprosperous being a massage therapist. I was fortunate in that I was one of the body workers that was able to work on her. I had not seen her for over a year, but thought about her often in that I pass her office regularly. She will really be missed! LOVE YOU PEGGY!

Tamalyn, one of many friends

Roger said...

It has been years since I have seen or spoken to Peggy, but I remember her fondly. What I remember most is her smile and eyes which spoke volumes.

Rogelio Flores
Fresno, CA