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Awakening

I would like to congratulate filmmakers Viv, Anna and Elizabeth for reaching their Kickstarter goal!! The film is now a go and you will be hearing a lot about standinmyshoes.com and the project.

I will be speaking soon for an ABC primetime brief discussion on the science of the near-death experience, what it has to teach us and how it is linked with restoring the empathy deficit.

What follows can be read at www.standinmyshoes.com/blog

I have a few brief comments that I would like to share regarding empathy, compassion and forgiveness, and methods to reach a state of “knowing” about these three key components of the human journey:

There is a way to strengthen the heart-brain connection, to open and balance the heart chakra(s), to reach the understanding that we are all links in the same chain, or, as beautifully stated by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “We are all tied together in a single garment of destiny,” a spiritual clothing, if you will, which we weave together as ONE. Dr. King continued on to say – “I can never be what I ought to be, until you are allowed to be what you ought to be.” The key in this process of understanding is the realization that whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. It is a collective effort: raising our personal consciousness, then that of our neighbors. We can effect a pulling up by our bootstraps that will solve humanities problems. We can, and must, begin the process of collectively waking up and we must do it now! It is true beyond the shadow of a doubt, that this new day is coming, one of peace fueled by love as we see each other with the spiritual eye, recognizing each other as truly brothers and sisters. Stand In My Shoes is a project that will allow us to work together toward this goal.

Viv, Anna and Elizabeth, the motive forces behind this project, asked me to opine on how I reached an understanding of how to practice empathy, compassion and true forgiveness. For me, the process was the school of hard knocks: trials, and tribulations. There are other methods to reach a point of knowing – by meditation, spiritual/religious practices, and perhaps better yet, the use of technological breakthroughs that may provide a shortcut to the process.

This “knowing,” as I see it, is brilliantly put forth in a poem written in 1854 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882). We simply need to see the light; when this happens, we may all share in the knowing!

Sudden Light

I have been here before,
But when or how I cannot tell:
I know the grass beyond the door,
The sweet keen smell,
The sighing sound, the lights around the shore.

You have been mine before,—
How long ago I may not know:
But just when at that swallow’s soar
Your neck turned so,
Some veil did fall,—I knew it all of yore.

Has this been thus before?
And shall not thus time’s eddying flight
Still with our lives our love restore
In death’s despite,
And day and night yield one delight once more?

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Medium Joao (John of God) – Abadiania, Brazil

Aloha everyone!

Many of you know that I am studying the Afterlife, the Spiritual World, and psychic surgery with a greatly renewed interest. Also, some know that I spent over two weeks in November at the casa in Abadiania, Brazil, and in particular, a small four-block area within this city, one protected from the surrounded poverty and rough circumstances, by a spiritual umbrella of sorts.

My recent experience in Brazil was exceptional.

I had the opportunity  to observe the work of  “John Of God” up close and personal.

The casa work

Soon, I will have a video of my connection with John of God.

For now, friend Mike Tymn’s blog sums it up quite well!

“Number One Place to see before you die”

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Stay tuned! A blog re my visit to John of God is coming!

Entrance to the casa in Abadania, Brazil

 

Entrance to the casa in Abadania, Brazil

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Friends in Low Places

Aloha everyone!

With a holiday this weekend, I thought I would post a movie comment and suggestions on  how to fully understand this truly great quote:

“Any time not spent on love is wasted.”

Torquato Tasso

 

There are movies that are designed to entertain, and there are movies that are designed to teach.

I wrote before of two versions of Open Your Eyes and how one could experience enlightenment by coupling the two movies into study of character. It was my brother, Ernie, who suggested I watch these movies of a decade past.

Again, brother Ernie hit it out of the park with this another movie suggestion. And this is the story . . .

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And, in summary doctor, could you pose twenty brief questions that could be asked of you that would

Yes, of course. Most of these have been addressed in the preceding sections, but in skeletonized form, here they are again:

 

1.) Tell me about your childhood and life before college Dr. Turner. What inspired you to
go into the field of Engineering Physics?

2.) How does one make such a shift from physics to neurosurgery and then to
metaphysics?

3.) What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?

4.) What stimulated you to write MMM? Was there a cardinal event that led you to
search for the meaning of life, death and life-after-death?

5.) You begin MMM with a case in which you could not control the bleeding. Could you explain what allowed you to save this patient from what appeared to be a certain death? Was it simply prayer?

6.) You mention psychics in your book, from Edgar Cayce to Sylvia Brown. What is your opinion of psychics and their work?

7.) How did you discover remote viewing?

8.) Could you discuss some if the remote viewing sessions that were used in training with Ed Dames? What is your opinion of the ability to remove view past, present and future?

9.) You cite a medical case in which remote viewing was used. Could you describe the case for us and how remote viewing played a part in diagnosis and treatment?

10.) You also discuss a most interesting case in a lady who saw an angelic apparition on the day of her death. What is your feeling about angelic apparitions in general and in particular, could you review your patient’s case for us?

11.) Of all the medical cases discussed, which one stands out as the most dramatic for you and could you discuss it?

12.) You make mention of the spiritual world. How did you come to know Mokichi
Okada and Johrei, The Medical Art of Japan?

13.) Do you have experience with other forms of energy treatments or
alternative/complimentary medical treatments and if so, could you expound upon them?

14.) You have a somewhat technical appendix in which you mention Robert Bruce and his Astral Dynamics and his New Energy Ways. Could you tell us how you met Mr. Bruce and your thoughts on consciousness and the seat of the soul?

15.) How do out of the body experiences differ from lucid dreaming and astral projection? Let’s begin with OBE. You mention Eckankar. How does this fit in with OBE and astral
projection?

16.) You have made mention of free will or the lack of it. Can you explain your thoughts?
Are we programmed step by step or is it a matter of choices?

17.) If our next life’s plan is written in the spiritual world, who or what is responsible for crafting it and how long does this process continue?

18.) You base your conclusion on personal experience with medical cases, what psychics past/present/and future have said and what remote viewing reveals about life-after-death. Please explain.

19.) How did you come to the realization that one could bear with any hardship, any
mistreatment, accepting it with a smile, just as though it were nothing?

20.) I understand you have another book in progress, a book on various techniques of energy healing. How do you think they work and does, as you have mentioned, free energy play a significant role?

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