In the paradox of our world, many great minds, from scientists to spiritual teachers have suggested that we must change our way of being, to resolve the spirit of competition and foster community if we want to survive as a species. Throughout her journey, mentored by mystical teachers, great scientists, spiritual leaders, and even celebrities, Elizabeth has traveled as a beacon on that path. http://www.bakertruestories.com
"The Trail of Painted Ponies,” her first feature length piece, won Best Documentary at the White Sands Film Festival, while Baker won Best Woman Director, (judged by Sony Classics in New York,) It was selected by television station WLIW for a PBS television premier in New York State and included in a week long exhibition in Albuquerque, NM of New Mexico's Best Independent Films sponsored by the New Mexico Film Commission.
In 2001 and 2002, Baker worked closely with Governor Gary Johnson, rallying Shirley MacLaine, Val Kilmer, Marsha Mason, and members of the New Mexico House and Senate to pass historic film legislation to spark a film industry in New Mexico.
After September 11, as Press Secretary for Lt. Governor Walter Bradley, Baker produced “Project Dreamcatcher”
As a writer, Baker created a season of Wild Rescues for Animal Planet, served for two years as an Associate Editor of BODY MIND SPIRIT, founded an internet magazine called SPIRIT MATTERS, and writes for the Santa Fean Magazine. She is working on her first novel, “Vivid Memories.”
Hear Elizabeth as she appears on the Dare To Dream radio program. Listen to award-winning, syndicated host, Debbi Dachinger, in conversation with Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker. You can also hear Dare to Dream radio via podcast at: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/