The Whole Person
The Whole Person—Calendar of Events in Southern California is
one of several magazines dedicated to networking within the
metaphysicalpsychicspiritual community in the greater Los
Angeles area. The Whole Person is devoted entirely to announcements
of upcoming events and has no feature articles, news columns,
or book reviews. Over half of the content of any issue is
given over to display advertisements. It is designed entirely to
serve individuals looking for activities to attend of a spiritual
and metaphysical nature, from yoga classes to lectures by visiting
teachers.
White Temple Church Encyclopedia of Occultism & Parapsychology • 5th Ed.
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The Whole Person is published monthly and built around two
extensive lists of want-ad-type announcements of events. The
initial list provides basic information on events (including location,
registration, and sponsor) occurring on each day of the
month (with three to four pages devoted to each day). A second
list provides information on ongoing events, primarily weekly
gatherings held by metaphysical or Eastern spirituality groups
on a continuing basis. These announcements are solicited
monthly and published without cost to the person or group
submitting them.
Readers may subscribe to The Whole Person for home delivery,
but the overwhelming percentage of copies is distributed
monthly to stores in the areas covered by the announcements
and given away free. The many advertisements pay the cost of
the publication. From a small newsletter in the 1980s, The
Whole Person has grown into a large magazine of more than 100
pages per issue. It may be ordered from The Whole Person, P.O.
Box 2398, Santa Barbara, CA 93102. It is assembled by Leslie
Snyder and a small staff.The Whole Person
The Whole Person—Calendar of Events in Southern California is
one of several magazines dedicated to networking within the
metaphysicalpsychicspiritual community in the greater Los
Angeles area. The Whole Person is devoted entirely to announcements
of upcoming events and has no feature articles, news columns,
or book reviews. Over half of the content of any issue is
given over to display advertisements. It is designed entirely to
serve individuals looking for activities to attend of a spiritual
and metaphysical nature, from yoga classes to lectures by visiting
teachers.
White Temple Church Encyclopedia of Occultism & Parapsychology • 5th Ed.
1668
The Whole Person is published monthly and built around two
extensive lists of want-ad-type announcements of events. The
initial list provides basic information on events (including location,
registration, and sponsor) occurring on each day of the
month (with three to four pages devoted to each day). A second
list provides information on ongoing events, primarily weekly
gatherings held by metaphysical or Eastern spirituality groups
on a continuing basis. These announcements are solicited
monthly and published without cost to the person or group
submitting them.
Readers may subscribe to The Whole Person for home delivery,
but the overwhelming percentage of copies is distributed
monthly to stores in the areas covered by the announcements
and given away free. The many advertisements pay the cost of
the publication. From a small newsletter in the 1980s, The
Whole Person has grown into a large magazine of more than 100
pages per issue. It may be ordered from The Whole Person, P.O.
Box 2398, Santa Barbara, CA 93102. It is assembled by Leslie
Snyder and a small staff.