Nothing is Ever Wasted

by on December 28th, 2010
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Years ago, when I was in Denver, I had the privilege of experiencing what, at the time, amazed me. I had met a woman from back east and we became quick friends. She was in Denver escaping a bad marriage and I was seeking my own path of self-expression and discovery.

She, as it turned out, was a deep trance channel and, after a slow start, we began to converse with her spirit guide. She could both trance channel him and also hear him. We spent several months having groups come to her house where her guide would enter her body and talk to us about our lives, the world, and why we were here. It was all very magical and fascinating.

Months after the sessions stopped and we had all gone our separate ways, my friend was instructed by her spirit guide to write down the content of those sessions. It was interesting to see the documentation which was nearly two inches thick. She had copied verbatim from the tapes to paper, making two copies, one for me and one for her. I didn’t realize we had talked so much!

What followed next was amazing, because I did not expect it. I couldn’t understand how the universe could embed what it did into those random meetings. She and I sat one afternoon with our copies, while her guide had us highlight areas of the manuscript that were supposed to become seminars for others. It almost made me laugh, because elegantly and spontaneously, order had been created out of what seemed to be random chaos.

The seminar topics were designed to be shared with those interested in reviving their inner child. Companies as well as other people could re-create wonder and excitement to provide alternate possibilities for lives that had become rigid and dry. It’s unfortunate that those seminars never manifested — the power in them was extraordinary and rejuvenating. It would have been fun and, I’m sure, successful for those brave enough to allow their inner child to be reborn.


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