For the past three decades, Susan Beilby Magee has practiced the healing arts as a hypnotherapist, energy healer and meditation teacher. She has led meditation circles, guiding participants into quiet realms to access their inner wisdom, heal themselves and find peace. She founded the Washington Circle of Master Healers in 2002 and currently leads the Circle of Prayer and Meditation at the Washington National Cathedral. She practices various forms of meditation, guided visualization, hypnotherapy, and energy healing. One chapter in Susan’s spiritual journey culminated with the 2012 publication of her book, Into the Light: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron, a profound story of hope, courage, and transformation of an artist and Holocaust survivor she met at age six.
Susan Beilby Magee’s career spans diverse realms of politics, economics and spirituality. A leader of the women’s movement and the Seattle Mayor’s Women’s Rights Director, she moved to Washington, D.C., to serve President Ford as a White House Fellow at the Treasury Department in 1976. Magee held policy and executive positions at the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments and later served as an international business consultant. Having earned an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA from Pomona College, she has served on
numerous boards of directors.
Susan Beilby Magee is writing a second book about the lessons she has learned on her spiritual journey, and she continues to speak at venues nationally and abroad.