May 1, 2008
Wow. It’s already May. It’s hard to believe so much time has passed since my last Blog. My intention when I started this up again was that I was going to Blog every week, but it just isn’t happening. Time is moving so fast.
If it wasn’t for my good friend John Daltrey down in Arizona, I’d completely space out the Blogging, so thanks John, once again for the helpful nudge.
I had a cool experience that I want to share with you. I was in Fargo last week-end doing an Expo and Wes Hamilton was there doing Numerology. I had that done many many years ago and enjoyed the experience, but didn’t remember much about it other than the numbers 22 and 11 being in my chart. When I walked by Wes’s booth, my inner voice shouted at me to get a reading from him, so I did and it turned out to be a wonderful experience.
I’m not sure if it’s my age (will be 60 in September) or just the times right now, but I’ve been going through that age old question, what is my purpose for being here and what’s the next step. I was amazed at how accurate he was, reading my life based on the numbers according to my birth name and birth date. He really gave me many pieces to the puzzle of my life and it has impacted me in ways I haven’t comprehended yet. Talk about being validated. It was wonderful.
If you are wondering the same questions about your destiny and life purpose, I would highly recommend contacting him, either for a mini 15 minute for $25.00 or an hour reading for $150. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
He said that the next step in my life is pulling together all the things I’ve done, produced and written and create a system for people to learn from so that they don’t have to go through it themselves.
At this point, I’m not sure what that’s going to be, so I’m asking for guidance daily.
I miss the radio program and have told the Universe I would like to do something like that again except reach a larger audience.
I’m extremely excited about the release of my new book in the fall called Look for the Good and You’ll Find God. It’s a great compilation of spiritual experiences I’ve had over the years that have helped me know the real God. My publisher, New World Library, is thrilled with it and we all hope it does very well. It’s just one of those projects that I have a really good feeling about.
On a personal note, I’m feeling pretty fried right now. Life is really intense these days. More so than normal and there are alot of people who are really being pushed to get on a spiritual path. Some are embracing it wholeheartedly and others are resisting like crazy. Alot of people with health challenges wanting healing and my inner voice just keeps saying that I’m not supposed to be doing healing work right now. People are scared. Angry. They aren’t sure where to turn. I can’t remember experiencing this kind of intensity with people before and my sense is that it’s not going to be changing anytime soon.
This is all about life creating “opportunities” for people to get on a spiritual path and learn to lean on God. Learn to go within and start trusting the inner voice for guidance and for some people this is a doozey of a lesson. It’s hard to watch what some people have to go through in order to get on their spiritual path.
I’m not trying to be a downer here. I’m trying to share hope by saying that in all of the tough stuff going on, there’s silver linings in all of it but we have to remember to look for it.
Last night my current psychic development class graduated and one of the my students gave me the sweetest book called Life as a Daymaker by David Wagner. If you can, get yourself a copy of it. It’s a very happy book to read at the end of the day before turning out the lights. Inspirational and a nice way to fall asleep.
Speaking of sleep, it’s 2:30 in the morning and time to call it a day. I need to go read some more in this sweet book, have a few words with God and get some Z’s.
Thanks for checking in. I will really try to be more diligent about writing these blogs and if I forget, I look forward to hearing from my friend John D.