Recently I was asked to contribute to an article in Awareness Magazine, “Women and Spirituality.” Although I grew up with Bob’s guidance and bore witness to his spiritual development, it was a challenge to define my own relationship with spirituality—at least, to do so clearly and succinctly. The magazine gave me a limit of two to three sentences! But the process allowed me to look deeply within and find language for what I found. It was a valuable exercise.
Someone answered with a booming voice that I heard not with my ears but rather sensed with the entire core of my being, “You are my child. This is your home. Welcome home.” With that voice came more love than one human could ever imagine.
Like Robert A. Monroe, Jim Lewis comes to consciousness exploration by way of science and technology, flying, and a deep and abiding interest in pretty much everything. In fact, while Bob was carefully documenting his early out-of-body experiences and searching desperately for an explanation, Jim was a pioneer with NASA’s US space program.
What I realized only much later was that Far Journeys was Bob’s attempt to communicate the incommunicable: to convey in human language experiences that transcend all of our languages, including the vocabulary of images.
... “Into White (again),” comes out of my own experiences in what Bob called “There,” and “Here, and was written with language and images I deliberately borrowed from Far Journeys, as an homage to his work and its influence on me. Thanks, Bob!
The idea of using Las Vegas as my psychokinesis laboratory didn’t just pop into my head. I was already familiar with Vegas, having gone there to play about once every two years. Scanning back over those many years, I did have a few very unusual experiences that suggest psi in action.
by Fred Rible
It had been over nine years since I’d taken my last program at TMI, so I had no idea how my Lifeline program experience would be in July of 2007. I was pleased to be able to jump right in and get started with the help of my trainers, Karen and Paul.
Ghosts According to Joseph McMoneagle, William Buhlman, and Charleene Nicely
Are ghosts real? There are no easy answers, even from seasoned experts, people adept at consciously navigating the multiverse. Cultures around the world honor their dead through holidays and festivals. Halloween is only one of those, but it's coming up soon and presents a perfect opportunity to look at the ghost question.