Ray Gray has dedicated over fifty years of his life to study, writing, and performance. His stories grow out of the oral traditions: fables, folktales, mythology and personal history.
Creating and telling stories for over a million listeners has trained Ray’s eye and ear to recognize the elemental themes and rhythms of life and generated a natural transition from being a storyteller for children and begin working on the stories for the last third of life.
Out of this transition:
These works focus on the Jungian concept of individuation, the process of finding wholeness through the integration of our conscious ego with the unconscious self.
Today, Ray's focus has shifted slightly to balance stories for the young and the old.
Of Mice And Mills is an animal-fantasy story that has recently been published as a paperback book.
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