Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond with G. Beverly Bergmann Part 2

Tenacity, Love and Patience become the Trinity for today!

Part 2:

“Dare to Be … A Prayer”


Dare to dream

Dare to step forward and

Dare to be.


And, as I do,

I claim and honor my authentic Self

which has been


me more than I realize.

It is with this awareness and

Inner Knowing that I

give thanks to my Inner Wisdom

which is and always has been

One with God.

My soul and the spirit of me are united as a Trinity.

Each morning as I awake and

every night when I retire,

my Heart and Soul connect

in prayers

of gracious thanksgiving literally

elevating me to a Blessed Realm

where dreams manifest with

loving sincerity

reverently embracing me

in an ineffable essence of “Grace.”

It is within this sacred space of Silence where I am united

One with God.

Tears flow down my cheeks and I give Thanks.


G. Beverly Bergmann is a champion for children who are at risk and with developmental disabilities, an author of prayerful prose for personal reflection, inspiration and emotional health, and has played an integral part in maintaining and introducing music instruction into the greater Los Angeles area since the 70’s. She is Chairman Emeritus with the Board of Directors for Young Musicians Foundation and has funded the Bergmann Technology Labs where music technology programs explore the ways in which music engages with technology through composition and the performance process.
Bergmann graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pepperdine University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Data Processing. She holds a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology from University of Santa Monica (USM), and a post-graduate Certificate in Consciousness, Health and Healing, additionally from USM. She is an ordained Deacon and Elder with the Presbyterian Church. Bergmann is also the Co-Founder of the Holiday Wish List Toy Drive for SHARE, Inc. Later this year her series of books, entitled “Love, Life and Light,” will be released.
Happy Eternal Birthday Ted Bergmann, 9/12/22