Hello kindred spirit,
I want to introduce myself and let you know who I am and what I am about.
I am a social worker by education and profession. My life’s work for the past 25 plus years has been in the area of child abuse and neglect and advocacy in court. This has taken various forms, starting with direct casework but quickly shifting to executive director of a small nonprofit. When I was ready for a new challenge, I became the executive director for a statewide organization, and I have been using different gifts, all of which make an impact at a broader, statewide level.
I have another calling, and that is the journey of self and Spirit. Like so many of us, I have been drawn to it since I was quite young. I wrote a book about an incredible experience I had involving the recollection of three other lifetimes, all around a particular location in New Mexico. I had dreams, insights, and instant knowing about these other “selves,” and was able to verify what I learned with census data and other kinds of information. It was so amazing, and I knew as it was unfolding that I was supposed to write about it. But how would I have time to do that? I had a career and two toddlers. But one must do what one is guided to do, so I wrote Timeless Waters. I then started lecturing and teaching workshops, and then I decided to create a workbook that could be shared with anyone who wanted to begin the process of understanding Self through their incarnational past, and here we are.
Last, but absolutely not least, I am a mom to two adolescent boys. They are loads of fun, a lot of work, and truly the greatest gift in my life. We share our space with a high energy, ultra- affectionate pit bull named Emmie, a laid back Rhodesian Ridgeback named Shasta, and Jasper, the tolerant cat.
With those details about me out of the way, we can finish with what is most important. I truly do believe that evolution of consciousness is inevitable, but that we as individuals determine the rate at which that happens. We are all connected to All That Is, but the most important thing we can do to make the world a better place and help the evolution of consciousness en masse is to start with the one and only person we can truly impact, and that is ourselves.
And that, my friend, is a lifetime journey of discovery, awe and wonder.