I have known Arlene Taylor for many years now as a personal friend, as a fellow traveler on the road of compassion and inclusiveness, as a fellow pilgrim for justice and making the world safe for differences. But I had never attended one of her much-touted brain seminars. So, at her invitation, my wife (Ronnie) and I enrolled. As a typical academic, stuffed with my own ego of how much I already knew, I told my wife that I didn’t have high expectations that I’d learn much that would be of value. Well, was I in for a real surprise!
From the opening bell of round one, Arlene had me by my frontal lobes and for three days she did not let go—nor did I want her to let go—until I understood just who Caleb Rosado is and the wonderful way God has created me to be.
When I coupled this learning experience with my own field of knowledge as a sociologist, an educator, and a human systems consultant, it gave me a far richer understanding of my world and the many people in it than I’ve ever experienced, except on one other occasion.
My experience went from eating crow at the beginning, topped off with a piece of humble pie, to a sumptuous banquet of rich brain food and the delectable delight of increased self-awareness. Needless to say, I’m already recommending Dr. Taylor’s seminar to anyone who desires a natural high and a genuine mind-expanding experience.