That Sunday morning I showed up. Someone introduced me and I looked at the audience of the packed community center. I noticed that nearly everyone had the same hair color. This was a youthful yet mature group and most were over 60 yet I didn't see old. I don't recall exactly what I said but the words that came out were something like this:
"When I was in the first grade I was selected to be the MC of our class play that we were going to present to the adults. The night of the event we were gathered up on stage behind the stage curtains. Miss Field, my teacher, helped me through the crack in the curtains. Suddenly in front of me was the school gymnasium filled with parents sitting down below looking up at me. They all started to giggle."
"It wasn't until years later when I attended my nieces school play that I had the chance to be one of the gigglers. When she and all her adorable classmates came out on stage they were just all so so cute that everyone in the audience started to giggle. Yet when I was six and standing in front of the packed gymnasium looking at all the adults giggle I was thinking at that time, What are you giggling about?" I have work to do. I am about to speak to you. What are you giggling about? So I just let them do what they wanted and started to say what I had to say."
"So that which looked out into the audience through the eyes of the child at age 6 is the same as that which is looking at you now. If no one told me how old I was I would have no idea. There is part of us that does not age."
At that point the mature group in front of me at the Cottonwood Unity Church were smiling and nodding their heads in agreement in perfect sync. At that moment everyone saw through the illusion of what is not real and saw the reality of what is real. There was no difference in age. In fact there was no difference at all. It was a true moment of Unity.
It is very interesting that over the years I have been asked to speak in several churches. I even dressed as a priest for Halloween a couple of times. I have respect for priesthood yet had no interest in undertaking that role. I also have a lot of respect for the rare states of Sainthood (LOC 560+) and the truth in the teachings and healings that come from those states. I also realize that the legit Saints and Sages just felt like regular people with a common intent of doing the utmost to serve mankind or sentient beings in the alleviation of suffering to the best of their capacity.
So... this is a pic from a couple years back of three sisters that live in Sedona and are like daughters to me. In this pic the camera caught a word printed on my shirt and accidentally lit it up to look light a heart.
A few days ago, I attended an Anita Moorjani lecture in Denver and she discussed her knowingness of timelessness. Coincidentally while I was there, the eldest teenage sister above went to a group meeting in a small room in a church in Sedona where there was one picture hanging on the wall. She got a chill. took a pic of the pic and sent it to me. The left and right sides of our face usually look different so I etched half the pic and posted it on my facebook wall yesterday asking people to guess when this pic was taken. Even my close friends and family thought it was a relatively recent picture of me and didn't come close to guessing the year the pic was taken.
Ian Stevenson MD, who passed in 2007, was a psychiatrist at University of Virginia and studied 3000 cases of children who spontaneously recalled past lives. In about 1200 cases the past lives were factually validated. Stevenson advised that consistent facial features were often observed. So the picture I posted on facebook was actually taken about 140 years ago in 1875.
Soonafter Sonia's vision and regression during one of Hawkins workshops I went up on stage and asked if he could confirm that if what I saw in the regression was my imagination or legit, and he confirmed that it was indeed accurate. After being up on stage with Doc for a few minutes a sweet energy ran up my spine for a few months. I could not function in day to day life that well but felt like it didn't matter. I went up on stage the following month and told him about the energy and state that prevailed after coming up on stage to be with him and so asked if proximity to the teacher makes a difference. He said "unfortunately it does, otherwise my work would be done."
So I looked up the dude in the picture above and I have experienced much of what was documented about him.
There are too many similarities to list and I don't want to write a book about it, just a short blog. He was of the Franciscan order. My favorite prayer is the prayer of St Francis and I have written in previous blogs about the association, alignment and synchronicity regarding St Francis. He was a healing Saint and much has been written about him. He attributed the healings not to himself, but to the Father and the intercession of the Virgin Mary. That is exactly what has been experienced in this consciousness recently and has come through in the healing sessions. The healing sessions have been of a quality comparable to the healings experienced at the hands of St John Bosco.
I documented the results of a study on the last 28 treatments and over 100 different conditions significantly improved or immediately disappeared as a consequence of an approximate 30 minute treatment.
Click here to read some of the testimonials
Click here to read the summary of results of the study of the last 28 treatments.
My life has been dedicated to healing work and the alleviation of suffering. One of the biggest contributing factors to all illness is the focus on chronological age and our associated illusory belief that we are our physical bodies destined to crumble and get sick as we age. In this way we live with unconscious fear of aging and getting sick from an early age. In Sedona I can sit on rocks for days on end and never have a discussion with friends there about chronological age. In Windsor everyone talks about their or other peoples' chronological age multiple times every day. That is the least important of all the ages. Biological age of our body and the future of our health is a far better indicator of how much time we have left in this life than chronological age. Biological age is the focus of the holistic world and the anti aging market. Yet even that is extremely limited. The greater truth is that we are timeless.
So... the picture above, that my close friends and family assumed was taken of my recently, was a picture taken about 140 years ago, of St John Bosco in about 1875. When I look at the picture I feel that I am looking at myself. I feel the timelessness is expressed in the eyes. When we know that life goes on there is nothing to worry about and fears dissipate. The elders at the Unity Church felt timeless.
So... do you feel Timeless?