posted on Mar, 26 2005 @ 07:11 AM
A lot of things happen during your life to help make you what you become. There is positive and negative everywhere, and for the most part I have
tried to emphasize the positive. As a member of the Woodstock generation, I've managed to indulge in the hedonistic excesses of that era, but still
emphasize the individual search for universal truth, and I'm not talking about Religion. I try to be as Spiritual as I can be, but have some big
problems with modern organized Religion.
My abilities as an empath partly result from a 30 plus year study of the symbolic language of Astrology, which has given me an excellent
understanding of the heirarchy of Human Personality on the individual level. I have also been a student of Jungian psychology and the Collective
Unconscious. There are techniques that allow us glimpses of the Collective Unconscious, and while I cannot remote view, I do surprise myself
sometimes. This is something we can all do, but it takes a lot of work, a lot of time, and a lot of patience.
My careeer in Medicine is the main reason I've been able to develop powerful abilities to concentrate. It's also helped me develop my
abilities to get into a state of mind where I am receptive to what is going on around me. You find that Surgeons demand absolute concentration and
attention to detail during surgery. After 30 years, and 30-plus thousand surgeries, it is certain to me that this work has aided the development of
For some reason, I've always been interested in looking for understanding in non-traditional sources. I am well-grounded in the standart stuff, but
am fascinated by esoterica. I've read dozens of books on psychic phenomena, including all the Edgar Cayce materials, material on Ruth Montegomery,
Uri Gellar, et al, and probably a hundred books on UFO's. I've also learned that the more you know, the more there is to learn. I've had enough
humbling things happen to me during my life to know there are many things I do not understand, even if I have learned a lot. I certainly don't think
I'm better than anyone. Enough for now.