About Me

Gary Pulman, Interfaith MinisterFollowing many years of spiritual enquiry and practice, I was trained by the OneSpirit Interfaith Seminary see www.interfaithfoundation.org. Interfaith Ministers are from all walks of life: men and women who have undergone an intense period of study, and completed a rigorous and full curriculum covering the main religions and spiritual traditions, ceremony, ritual and counselling skills leading to ordination.

I consider myself to be a reliable, creative and friendly person, passionate and caring about the work I do.

My personal life practice is integral; inclusive and accepting of all, through meditation and mindfulness. Peacefully at one with the flow of nature, I have been blessed by a deep personal experience of the highs and lows of the cycle of life and the awakening this has brought to me. I feel this adds grounded depth, compassion and empathy to my work as a minister.

I do other work as a Mindfulness Teacher, Reiki Practitioner and Parenting Trainer and also volunteer as a chaplain at a local hospital.

I also offer some of my time for small charities and voluntarily for a national bereavement helpline.

When relaxing I can often be found walking in New Forest or on the coastal path and beaches of Dorset with my wife Ann or spending time with our children.

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,

there is a field. I’ll meet you there”

(Rumi)