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Albert Clayton Gaulden is a noted astro-intuitive and transpersonal psychologist who has worked in such diverse fields as advertising, academia, public relations, philanthropy and sales and marketing before founding the Sedona Intensive twenty-five years ago.� Born in Monticello, Florida and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Gaulden received a B.A. from Birmingham-Southern College and attended graduate school at the University of Alabama. Upon graduation he went to work for the American Red Cross at Charleston Air Force Base and was chosen as one of the field representatives to go to Florida to prepare medical supplies and other goods in exchange for American prisoners in the Bay of Pigs debacle. In 1963 - 65 he taught Latin at Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama and freshman Latin at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Read more...

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Is it my Imagination or has Nancy Grace gone too far with her 'guilty as charged' diatribes?

I should have fallen under the swoon of Nancy Grace from the first cockeyed, pursed lipped, scowling moment she came onto my TV screen. After all, she is tiny (always a plus—TV adds 10 - 15 pounds)—and to some folk’s eyes, attractive and she hails from Georgia. I have become a re-born Southerner, so reformed and retooled concerning my heritage that I am unable to see a red neck when I encounter one. Tabula rasa guides me and my thoughts daily. (Have they started to play the ‘rededicate your life to Christ’ hymn yet?). Now that I have set the stage let me enter left to let you know my answer to my question.

Nancy Grace had a very unfortunate thing happen to her eons ago—her fiancée was murdered and she helped put the perpetrator in prison. And she has gone on a tear ever since to see someone guilt of murder and mayhem with her one-sided, scurrilous remarks to her guests trying to let the viewer know what were the circumstances of a crime, who, if anyone, has been charged and what would be the prison sentence if found guilt. There was a case where a mother was accused of killing her infant and hiding the body. Nancy so viciously blamed the mother on national television that the mother committed suicide. It was later determined that the woman did not murder her infant child.

Watch five minutes and see her cock her head and growl at guests who even hint that a suspect might not be guilty. See her broad brush the charges to fit someone who has been arrested. I am not saying that perpetrators should get away with murder or not to examine evidence closely and judiciously, but we are seeing too many innocent, mostly men, be freed from prison because an attorney or Common Cause judicial type used DNA to prove that they had been wrongly accused, tried and sentenced to prison or oftentimes to death row.

Friends of mine and I say that Nancy Grace is strapping these defendants into the electric chair before most of them have been formally changed. She seems to take the stance that, ‘so we make a few mistakes—so what?; we need to make sure no one gets away with murder.’ And I say to her, “Nancy Grace, you are getting away with murder—you are condemning suspects before they have had their day in court. And you do what you do because your Network brass likes the ratings. Have you no shame? Change diapers off camera and find a bit of compassion and open-mindedness when you oversee crimes and criminals with authoritative guests who need to be heard unlegislated by you. Did you know that Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, who wrote Death and Dying, said that all of us are capable of murder? Fall asleep tonight with that thought, your Grace.”

I am outing slanted journalism and those who practice it. Bill O’Reilly should allow both sides of an issue to be heard. Nancy Grace should look within herself and change whatever has caught her logic on a fish hook and be more open to all the evidence. You can call Bill and Nancy entertainment, but I think of each as an abomination.


About Albert Clayton Gaulden

Counselor, astro-intuitive, author, lecturer, spiritual life coach and founding director of the Sedona Intensive,, Albert Clayton Gaulden has influenced countless individuals from all walks of life-actors, athletes, financial specialists, teachers, families, psychologists and psychiatrists-from all corners of the earth-helping them to retrieve their authentic selves and to tap into the inner core of their power. Albert’s unique gift in the field of Transpersonal Psychology is responsible for his fearlessness when confronting the client’s inner conflicts. In his recent book You’re Not Who You Think You Are, Gaulden writes “Men and women are the same; each of us needs to get in touch with our invisible partner, or shadow in order to be emotionally healthy and happy.” 


He is AUTHOR OF Clearing for the Millennium, �Signs and Wonders-Understanding the language of God and You're Not Who You Think You Are-A Breakthrough Guide to Discover your Authentic Self will be published by Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster in December of this year.

A member of the National Association of Transpersonal Psychology and the American Federation of Astrologers, Gaulden founded the Sedona Intensive, a personal growth and empowerment program, to help clients retrieve their authentic selves and tap into their inner power.

Gaulden coined the term astroanalysis-a combination of Jungian psychology and astrology-to describe how he helps free clients from compulsions, addictions, and unresolved issues, which keep them from living a life of peace and joy.

Albert saw things others didn't and heard what they couldn't from the age of two. When he was five he asked his mother why she seemed more like his dad and his dad more like the mother. As a pre-schooler he was tuned into the rich world of intuition and past lives even though he had no one to shepherd him through these recollections and recalls. At Birmingham-Southern he click connected with the unique psychological work and world of Swiss psychoanalyst, Dr. Carl Jung and his take on the shadow self. Gaulden believes that all-seeing and all-knowing is born within a child and it is the false and mundane world that erases his memory of what is really true. The integration of the divided self, putting one back together through a conscious fusion with his or her shadow is the underpinning of his work in the Sedona Intensive.

Albert studied with renowned astrology Byrd Knapp, Darrell Harris and Katharine de Jersey, as well as took Awareness Classes with Lee Jones at the Spiritualist Church in Los Angeles in the 70's, and attended the Corrado Academy of Perception in 1978 which led to his meeting actor John Travolta using the tools of manifestation learned at the Academy, and selling John El Adobe de Tajiguas, a 35-acre estate that abutted Ronald Reagan's ranch near Gaviota Beach in Southern California.

Gaulden worked in 1986 with international-best selling author of The Celestine Prophecy, James Redfield in Albert's innovative and one-of-a-kind personal empowerment program, the Sedona Intensive, which he founded in 1982. Albert was hired to use his gifts as an astro-intuitive to help cast Redfield's movie of The Celestine Prophecy.

Gaulden travels the world to teach and speak and finds Egypt particularly one of the most intriguing countries in the world. In December he will be returning with a tour group of clients and friends to the Land of the Nile and Pharaohs and the Great Pyramid of Cheops, the Sphinx and other ancient digs and monuments in Upper and Lower Egypt.

His clients include sports figures, actors, royalty, Wall Street executives, men and women and young people from all walks of life who are eager to face those defects of character that keep them from being who they really are. He rigorously maintains the anonymity of his clients.

Additionally, Gaulden is a motivational speaker on such popular themes as "Mr. Right is Usually Mr. Wrong-Falling in Love With Make-Believe", "Take Your Power Back", "The Power of a Great Idea", the Death of Terror and the Rebirth of Bliss, �"Why Relationships Don't Work but How They Can" and many other provocative topics.


It has been brought to our attention that Margaret is being portrayed as a psychic on $1.99 sites. These sites are doing so without Margaret's permission. Margaret has not claimed she is a psychic. - MW