Updated: May 14
I want to thank you for stopping by.
I believe there are no mistakes in anything, and that you are here because you're at a stage in your life where you need it.
There was something ... something caught your eye, your imagination. You know the knowing, the feeling that we all get at times.
Just know, you didn't stop by for nothing.
I want you, sincerely want you, to enjoy this, almost to the point of embracing it because I lived it, a lot of this. This was my life, as well as yours and many others. Many others.
I understand that, and so I want to take you on a journey.
It's sort of down memory lane, if you like, to revisit the past, and I don't want you to stay there because the past is not where we are.
Charles T Tart wrote a book once, and in it he said about living in life's waiting room, and that we all seem to be hypnotised, and I don't want you to stay hypnotised.
We all have that part where our past becomes our present and becomes our future.
We don't know any different because it's comfortable or uncomfortable, very uncomfortable at times.
What I want you to do, is I want to take you down memory lane. I want you to revisit the past so it brings out the feelings, which you may or may not still have or you have put them away in those boxes where we put things or tell ourselves stories around them or whatever the case may be.
I'm not here to judge you. I'm here to help you.
This is a book about helping you. Helping you to realise and understand, but more realising that there is so much more to life.
We'll touch on the afterlife because it's all one.
Because it doesn't end at the so called dying that we've all been taught is an ending.
In that ending, we scramble to make ends meet, to make sure we get the most out of life that we can, that we do this and we do that. I'm not saying I don't want you to do that. I do.
Absolutely. I want you to be, do or have everything that you want, everything.
I want you to think outside the box. I hope this gives you hope.
Sometimes we say that insidious little thing called hope, but I want it to be ... You're better to be in hope than you are in anger or frustration or any of those other things that hold us back that have us living in the past even more.
I want to bring you out of that.
In the first part of the book, I want you to relax. I want you to enjoy it because I don't want you to be on the merry-go-round anymore.
Then when you fall off that, you get on the Ferris wheel.
I don't want you to do that.
I want you to live this amazing, amazing life that you create.