Saturday, February 24, 2018
Hi Everyone. It’s been a long, long time since I’ve posted anything to the internet. Life happens. In any case, I was reviewing my website stats this morning, also something I haven’t done in a very long time and after all this time of no attention, no housekeeping, no new content to any of my websites I still get visitors. I get visitors from all over the world. It was sobering. It was enlightening. It moved me to say hello.
I thought I had just about tapped out the things I had to talk about, but, no, I find that after 25 years, yes, on 2/22/18 I had my 25th anniversary of channeling Seth and all the Folk in Spirit who have come and gone, I am still going strong.
I suppose in the wealth of information available on the internet there will always be people who are interested in what could be their next step or a solution to whatever is bothering them.
I am reading a book called, “Soul-Centered Healing” by Thomas Zinser who is a hypnotherapist. I go to the gym every morning these days (Planet Fitness) and walk on one of their treadmills for about half an hour which works out to about a mile. I prop my Kindle on the dashboard and read away learning about how spirits can attach themselves to a person. It can happen innocently enough where the spirit is disembodied and just hasn’t gone to the light yet, finds safe haven, a comfortable life with a person and ends up inadvertently causing harm to the person. And, I’m reading now about other spirits who aren’t so innocent.
What I am getting from this book is an education in spirits. I had always wondered why Folk in Spirit were available to speak with me, where they were coming from in the hierarchy of Spirit Life. Mostly, I’d just accepted it and hadn’t worried about it too much. Now, I am seeing there are differences in all this Spirit Life and it is fascinating to me. Seeing as how I am posting this to my Learn to Channel Blog my personal experience is that I probably did interact with some of those spirits in the earlier days of my channeling. I didn’t understand what was going on. Reading, “Soul-Centered Healing” by Thomas Zinser is helping me to go back to those experiences and view them in a slightly different light.