Needing Better Answers

I once had a professor who asked me, if I knew where I was heading with my life. I answered, “No,” and that answer got me a ticket to Viet Nam. I realized I needed better answers.

My answers have been slow in coming, but the journey to their source began with what I studied in college. I focused on the Past, People, and Religion. I have learned about people, our connections to the Past, and how the Great Religions of the Ages have guided us.

In the past fifty years the Knowledge of Mankind has grown exponentially. We have made all sorts of connections between Modern Science and the Knowledge of the Ancient Past. These connections hold the answers to what is happening in the present.

What I studied in college was a part of a spiral of knowledge that has led me to today. I know I am exactly where I am supposed to be in this moment. I remember how I got here, and find that most of the memories I still hold are attached to people and events I have not forgiven.

Forgiveness plays a big part in the future. As we forgive the Past, we better understand what is happening in the Present. Forgiving the Past allows us to stay in the Now. In the Now, we have enormous power.

That is what we are exploring here. We are seeking to regain our personal power? There are answers here. I hope they work for you. ET

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Published in: on March 24, 2008 at 6:02 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Hello Ed…….My name is Pati and I live in Kingman, Az. I came across your name and eventually your website while searching for an old friend of mine with your same name on Reunion.com, I first became intrigued by the fact that at first I thought you still lived in Chloride, and our common interests, ie, NASCAR, baseball, but more specifically your mention of ‘The Celestine Prophecy’. I have both read and been enlightened by everything that James Redfield has written. After spending nearly 2 hours perusing your blogs and posts, I must say, I find you to be both a most intriguing an insightful man as well. My hat is off to you for living your dreams. I too believe that change is a very good thing in our lives, no matter what age they come at. Forgiveness, especially of ourselves, being able to move on, living in the ‘NOW’, are all difficult hurdles, but not impossible. We all are capable…..we all have the ‘tools’ necessary to overcome the demons of our pasts…..we just have to know how to and remember to utilize them when uncomfortable situations arise. Again, I applaud you for your great success in building a better you. My prayers are forever with you, I, and all the other lost souls in this world.

    Pati…….Forever a work in progress @};~


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