I think it started when I began reading Alice in Wonderland, my favorite book, whenever I got sick, which was a lot in those days. That led to sci-fi and fantasy books. These sources gave hints to questions I had from time to time, but no strong answers. At first, I wanted to know why am I here? As I grew older that changed to why are we all here? And then the idea of purpose came up. Later, what am I ? got added to the list. It became a long and arduous journey.
Religions and philosophies never quite hit the mark. I tried several: protestant churches, Zen, Buddhism, Catholicism, Centers for Spiritual Living, Native American beliefs . . . They all pretty much said the same thing: be kind to each other and my god is better than your god.
After many years of searching, I found a path that had some answers. Not all of them, mind you, but ideas that led in directions new to me. Someone introduced me to a class that talked about positive thinking and affirmations. I loved it and got really involved in the beginning. After a while I realized it answered some questions, but not the most pressing ones.
I was ready to move on to another fork in the road, when someone suggested I would make a good energy medicine practitioner. Three weeks later I found myself seated in a Healing Touch class. I felt like I was right where I belonged. I enjoyed it for many years, and still write about energy medicine and teach Healing Touch. I have an energy medicine practice which brings me great pleasure. Suddenly it wasn’t enough. It didn’t answer those pesky questions.
When I read Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach, I knew I was on the right track. As much as I loved it, and still do, I was, again, left with some unanswered questions.
I sang in my church choir for thirty years. One of my fellow sopranos invited me to join her ladies’ spiritual discussion group. We meet once a month, read books together and talked about what we learned from them. I felt I was finally getting somewhere. Only I didn’t. So many of the answers offered by women in the group followed a path I had taken years earlier in my life. Been there, done that. Some of them were going down paths that held no interest for me. I was disappointed. I think some of the others were too, because most of us kept looking for answers, reading various books on spirituality and talking with each other about what we had read.
We attended meetings with speakers who channeled entities. For a while I was quite taken with Lee Carroll who channels Kryon. I listened to recordings of Lazaris, channeled by Jach Pursel. Seth didn’t appeal to me. Esther and Abraham Hicks had some good things to say. Still no answers to what I wanted to know.
The leader of the ladies’ group invited a friend of hers, Dayana, to come speak to us. She merges with AMAG, an intergalactic, multidimensional group of beings that include master teachers, mentors, guides, and gurus who have served humanity on Earth, as well as numerous entities from worlds far beyond this galaxy who are dedicated to the awakening of humanity on Earth.
The very first meeting with AMAG answered some of my most ponderous questions and I knew I had found a source for what I was seeking. I have studied with them ever since. I have my answers.
Now that I have the answers I am no longer spending a lot of time seeking. My life is undergoing a yet another change. I am now a successful author. I have written a few books on energy medicine. I am currently working on two (or more) books that will cover much of what I have learned from AMAG. I am almost finished with the first book in a young adult fantasy series that covers much of the same material as seen through the eyes of a teenager.
The answers begin with an understanding of what I am. I am a soul who has taken on a character self in order to incarnate on planet Earth. It’s important to note, I don’t have a soul. I am one. If you want to know more, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
I have three children, two grandchildren, a dog named Pippin, and a garden. I love to make quilts, knit socks and bake breads, pies, and other assorted goodies.