An interview about guidance

Another in a series of short interviews by either Michael Langevin (as this one) or Sofia Axelssson.


A Place to Stand


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Bob Friedman, my old partner at Hampton Roads, now has Rainbow Ridge Books. He has published two of my previous books, The Cosmic Internet and Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway, and now is going to publish an ebook for me, which we’re calling A Place to Stand.  This is a transcript with commentary about ten black-box sessions I did at The Monroe Institute back in autumn of the year 2000.  Cover by his talented son Jonathan.


We do not do. You do by choosing.

Some pretty good information from the guys upstairs this morning, complete with diagrams. Some of the information builds on material from The Sphere and the Hologram, and The Cosmic Internet, but should be understandable enough.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

The other night, sparked perhaps by something Facebook-related — it reminded me of high school, I think — I had absolutely crippling pain just beneath my rib cage, and my back too. Just now occurs to me, maybe I blew out a blockage at the solar plexus.

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Sitting in the top ten

I see from the New Consciousness Review that their interview with me was one of the 10 most popular interviews of 2011. The hypertext listing brings you to a page that includes the interviews.

Sitting in some pretty fast company there, too. Coming in just after Hank Wesselman ain’t bad!

Babies know the difference between good and evil at six months

Another piece that I have been sitting on for some while, too good to throw away, too removed from topicality to make it to the top of the pile. From the Daily Mail,

Babies know the difference between good and evil at six months, study reveals


At the age of six months babies can barely sit up – let along take their first tottering steps, crawl or talk.

But, according to psychologists, they have already developed a sense of moral code – and can tell the difference between good and evil.

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So You Think Your Life Was Wasted (31)

Re-imagining yourself

Our internal life and external life don’t always coincide. How do we dance on the borderline without compromising our integrity?

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

6:05 a.m. Mr. Hemingway, you said you couldn’t stand phonies, and clearly you couldn’t. How do you reconcile this with so much pretending and rearranging and lying and misremembering and leading people on?[This referred to his early life as described in The Young Hemingway, a book that I bought and read in England.]

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sketchRecognize yourself?

This is what the guys upstairs say we look like to them, more or less. Each of us “individuals” seems to them like a ring containing disparate threads. Those threads are shared with some others in 3D, and each thread resonates with one or more of “them” on the other side. So, if you have threads that resonate with 75 others on the other side, you can interface with any or all of the 75, plus any that any of them resonate with, etc. They spell it out in the material I transcribed and published as The Sphere and The Hologram — but it’s easier to get the general idea, I think, when you have a visual to look at.