Life Experiences of Margie
Margie is a spiritual teacher, a writer, a gifted intuitive and healer. She is a luminary by empowering people to connect with their true Self.
Upon returning to Hong Kong from New York in 2010, Margie founded 7th Ray, Center for Health & Healing. In 2015, the second Kyoto Center was opened. She has touched the heart of tens of thousands of people through spiritual healing and workshops. Her signature workshop, the 7A of Co-Creating Life with Your Soul, contains materials imparted by the Ascended Host of Light (AHOL).
Margie was originally named Marilyn since she was a child. In 2017, she was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness and immediately after the operation, she was woken up physically by a divine voice calling her Margie. She found out later that the name meant Child of Light. Her first book ‘A Soul Journal from Kyoto’, published in Spring 2018, was written in honor of the Light.
Margie has degrees in business administration and law. She was a successful entrepreneur in the antiques business in Manhattan, New York and a co-founder of an internationally trademarked fashion brand. She received the calling to serve humankind in 2008. She has been practicing meditation for 30 years. She provides services in soul reading through intuition, channeling, and energy healing. She is a Mind Body Spiritual Holistic Practitioner at the Life Clinic, a leading medical clinic in Hong Kong. She presents at institutions and appears in various media including magazines, radio, and television.
Margie’s Professional Experience
Bachelor of Business Administration (High Honors), University of Hawaii. Graduated top percentile and on Dean’s List. 1982-85.
Bachelor of Law (High Honors), University of London. Completed the degree in 3 years and part-time studies. 1991-93.
Worked in the hotel industry as senior executives for 3 years.
Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Department of Hotel & Tourism for 6 years. 1988-1994.
Co-founder of the brand KOKO Antiques in Manhattan with Ko. Specialized in high-end Asian antiques for almost 20 years. Operated a retail shop off Madison Avenue, a prestigious location for discreet customers. Worked with famous architects and interior designers. Featured in numerous publications, including the Architectural Digest.
Co-owner of Che Che New York, an internationally trademarked fashion brand that manufactures, designs and distributes ladies’ accessories. Products were sold mainly in high-end department stores in 10 countries with main business in Japan. 2000-2008.
Life Experiences of Ko
Dubbed “Chef Ko” by his friends because of his dedicated passion in the culinary arts. He came from a family of talents in the culinary field. His father was a well-known caterer and Ko spent his childhood learning from him in the kitchen. Despite no formal training in cooking school, Ko ran the most successful eatery of a large international chain while he was obtaining his BBA and MBA in Hawaii. During a span of 10 years, Ko developed a career in the food and beverage sector of numerous restaurants, clubs and hotels. He was lecturing at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University specializing in Food and Beverage Management before immigrating to New York in 1994.
Since 2014, Ko has been teaching cookery, kung fu and chi kung. He is also an avid photographer with a keen eye on close up photography of nature.
Ko’s Professional Experience
Bachelor of Business Administration in Hotel Management, University of Hawaii. 1985
Master of Business Administration, Chaminade University, Hawaii. 1987
Opening team of Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong. Dubbed a 6-star hotel when opened in 1989.
Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Department of Hotel & Tourism for 4 years. 1991-1994.
Co-founder of the brand KOKO Antiques in Manhattan with Margie. Specialized in high end Asian antiques for almost 20 years. Operated a retail shop off Madison Avenue, a prestigious location for high end customers. Worked with famous architects and interior designers. Featured in numerous publications, including the Architectural Digest.
Founded and operated an online business in Hong Kong on health products imported from America. 2011-2014.