Institute Faculty

Rev. Ernest D. Chu

Rev. Ernest D. Chu

Rev. Ernest D. Chu
Chu is the founder of The Soul Currency® Institute, a Focus Ministry of the Centers for Spiritual Living.

In more than 35 years as an investment banker, corporate executive and entrepreneur, Ernest D. Chu became a widely recognized expert on financing emerging growth companies, creating more than $1.5 billion in market value for his clients. This abundance coach has evaluated thousands of business proposals and advised hundreds of emerging companies, serving as leader and business coach to nine early stage companies, with five of those companies becoming public companies. His highly praised book, Soul Currency, was published in 2008.

Stacy Goleburn

Stacy Goleburn

Stacy Goleburn
Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Goleburn is a Wholeness Practitioner, Spiritual Consultant and Licensed Physical Therapist, Graduate of Boston University and the Clairvoyant Center of Chicago and a Certified Soul Current™ Attunement Catalyst. “I am here to heal the room, I am here to heal the space. I am here as an instrument to serve in the re-activation of the wholeness and balance within us all that is divine flow, that is Soul Current™; our universal connection, our source of creative power and infinite love. It is my privilege to participate in your experience of ascension through the expansion of your inner economy of worthiness, love and fulfillment.”

Susan Zoller

Susan Zoller

Susan Zoller
Zoller of Atlanta, GA is originally from Baton Rouge, LA, where a bad hair day is considered justifiable felony defense. Despite, or perhaps because of, an extremely conservative Southern Baptist background, she became a student of Science of Mind and world religions. Susan evolved from a long and successful career teaching biology, chemistry and physics to teaching metaphysics.

In the midst of moving from Atlanta to Maui, HI, to become minister of the Maui Religious Science Center, she was diagnosed with cancer. Fifteen years later, she simply says that she cancered and is finished with that experience. She now believes that “any day with hair is a good hair day.”

Residing in Atlanta with her partner and two wire fox terriers, Susan teaches yoga at Emory Univeristy’s Lifelong Learning Center and is a member of the ministerial team of the Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta.

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