TMI News

The Law of Attraction in Action

by Manhal Wieland, TMI Program Graduate

When a friend of mine suggested the Law of Attraction retreat, I had to give it a lot of thought. There are so many programs at Monroe that I want to attend, and this one was not the next one I had in mind, particularly since I already knew a lot about the Law of Attraction.

I have been following this work for the last 10-15 years, and was very familiar with the principles behind the Law of Attraction, as well the things that facilitate and interfere with manifestation. As a psychologist, I have also been rather skeptical about the many claims of manifestation, particularly because of the complexity of human behavior and how difficult change often is. However, after reading the bio of the group leaders, and knowing how much I love being at Monroe, I decided to go.

TMI's Lifeline Forever Changed My Life

by Jean McDoniels

I was not happy I would have to take Lifeline in order to attend Exploration 27. Rescuing souls was not what I personally wanted to do. When it came time to go to Lifeline, I planned to just go through the motions in order to get where I really wanted to go. Oh, the irony of it all. 

NDE and the Journey to the Self

By Robyn Adams, Gateway Voyage Graduate

Although this NDE occurred sixty years ago when I was thirteen I still remember it vividly. I was in hospital waiting for my appendix to be removed when they burst. I was floating above my body towards a light.

A TMI Scholarship Miracle

By Michael Peter Langevin

A sequel to the 2015 blog, “Joshua’s Story.”

I have to say, I am a personal witness to the good the TMI Scholarship Program can do. A few years before I moved to Virginia I worked in rural northern California as a Child Protective Services social worker and a therapist.

A Conscious Connection

by Guest Author, Barbara Kern-Bush

About fifteen years ago, one night during a deep sleep, I woke up with pain in my right hip. As I lay there a moment I also noticed a dull, deep, quick, severe pain on the left side of my head. I looked at the clock. It was 3:15 AM.

My Near-Death Experience: A defining moment in my life.

by Buff Etheridge, TMI program graduate

I drowned myself when I was 9 years old, in 1960. A pathologically shy girl invited to a pool party, young Buff didn’t know how to swim. But I wanted to be liked and hadn’t learned how to say No.
At poolside, imagining people laughing at me for not joining in, I slipped into the deep end and found myself flailing frantically as I sank helplessly, settling like a rock onto the concrete bottom.

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