Spoke to the Guidelines class at The Monroe Institute, as I do four times a year, and as always came home energized by contact with intelligent, sincere, hard-working people exploring the boundaries and possibilities of communication with the forms of guidance from the non-physical that are available to us all.
As I tell my story, or the little bits of it that I can fit into the time available and the motifs of the moment, I am struck by just how long my story is getting to be. I have been at this a good long while now. I didn’t think, going into it, that it would be my life’s work, but that’s what has happened.
I look at each class — every person at a different stage of development — and I think, “they’ve got it all ahead of them.” Poignant thought.
I also think, “each new class makes that many more people who can help bring about the needed changes.” Hopeful thought.
And I remember Bob Monroe and Rita Warren and so many others known and unknown who did so much to make so much possible for so many, and I say, “thanks.”