About Gayle Cue
I have lived in Australia since 1988. I know the accent sounds like I moved here last week. I was born in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. Married young, had children young, became disillusioned about the whole American scene by the time we were in our mid thirties so sold everything we had worked hard for, packed up the kids and headed south…way south… the southern hemisphere. We spent a year in New Zealand and came to Australia for a little holiday. As many do, we fell in love with Byron Bay at first sight.
We started a music store called Sound Waves and operated that from 1988 to 1998. During that time we were also partners in the East Coast Blues Festival and were founding members of Bay FM Community Radio. I sold Sound Waves shortly after my husband died in 1998. To help me through the transitional time, I threw myself into relocating and rebuilding the struggling Northern Rivers Writers Centre, mothership of the Byron Bay Writers Festival. Those efforts were recognised with a lifetime membership. Since then I’ve alternated between working and taking time off.
I met Serge Benhayon in 2000. I’ve heard him say I was the fifth person he laid hands on. Anyone who knows Serge, will understand that this changed my life. However, being a born (or maybe I was just programmed) sceptic, I was an on-again, off-again esoteric student for a few years before finally waking up to the responsibility of my own livingness. I now live each day joy-fully, in fiery service. I love the quality of life that I’ve discovered since connecting to my inner heart where the light of my soul resides.
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About Fiery Expression
We all, each one of us, have a unique expression to share with the world. It is through connecting with our sacred self that we learn how to express truly and with ease and confidence. This is a Fiery Expression. Over the years I have done many interviews, for a variety of reasons, with a wide range of people. I find the interview process interesting and informative. This is often because of the topic I’m interviewing someone about and it is always so because of the individual I am talking with. Many people that I meet in the course of doing interviews are making a valuable contribution in their community. They are totally committed to what they are doing and intrinsically understand the importance of their work. But when it comes to expressing what they are doing, or how they are doing it or why they are so committed, they struggle to find the right words or to speak with confidence. They know the subject matter forwards and backwards and even sidewards, but they lack confidence in delivering their message. Their delivery is peppered with all manner of umms, ers, ahs, stammers, nervous laughter or fillers such as “stuff like that”. These fillers are a distraction from what they are attempting to say and dilutes their message. Sometimes it’s a lack of confidence in being heard. These people are often looking for confirmation along the way, constantly asking their listener….”You know? You know what I mean?”
How we communicate and express is enhanced or hampered by education, life experiences and self-confidence. Some people are uncomfortable even speaking in a small group of friends. For most of us, when talking with friends, our style of communication is unconscious and fairly effortless. However, it is also true that for most of us, when we have to speak publicly or even to a group, it’s difficult. No matter which category you fall into, your style of communication can be improved. Sometimes it is as simple as bringing your awareness to how you are speaking, sometimes it takes a little practice. But always it is about being authentic.
I’d like to support your Fiery Expression, your true authentic expression which comes naturally and with authority of the life you live. I offer sessions based on my own lived experience as a radio journalist and public speaker. I am an accredited Sacred Esoteric Healing Practitioner and a member of the Esoteric Practitioners Association.