From Whitley: I am pretty sure I got a new Anne’s Diary at last. It happened this morning during my 3AM meditation, which was extraordinarily productive. For the past few nights, I have been getting waked up for it, which is always nice, but last night there was no wakeup. The result was that I started a bit late, at 5, but had a terrific experience anyway.

From Anne: “Anne is not me, but I am Anne. We live outside the flow of time and project our consciousness into it in the form of bodies, in order to learn and gain new knowledge, and to enjoy the experience of the unknown. I projected Anne. It is done randomly, except on very rare occasions. My little one found an extraordinary place in life. She acquitted herself brilliantly, and now, of all that I am, she is the most precious part. She has built a bridge of love between me and the one who projected Whitley into the world. This bridge is eternal.”

From Whitley: I cannot tell you how this makes me feel.After I heard it, I put my hand on the fingers where I wear our two rings and felt such joy flow through me that it was almost more than I could bear. Then I was just regular ole Whitley again. But for a moment, I felt my real place in the flow of being, and it was exquisitely beautiful.

I very well remember, soon after she passed on, Anne told me, “I’m not Anne anymore, but I’ll always be Anne for you.” I think that she is explaining, in this diary, exactly what this means. The ego does not survive death, but the person–the soul, if you will–does.

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  1. The teaching of Abraham hicks explained the same including that the one who past, not to look for them as they were but as they are now.

  2. This is so BIG, its amazing! So glad this happened. Really put one in a state of wonder!

  3. Only a hundred words here, yet filled with eternal meaning. Reminds me of the saying, “Fifteen years meditating, fifteen minutes with the visitors.”

  4. I was struck by the statement, “It is done randomly, except on very rare occasions.” What does that mean for the whole process of incarnation and learning lessons in this life?

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    I wondered about that too. I don’t think that the lives we live here are based on a meritocracy. But rather the merit comes from the way we live them. In other words, because you have lived a good life does not mean you have some sort of nicer choice. At least, that’s what I think it means. On the other hand, so much of our understanding of how one life leads to another—especially, of course, in Buddhism—revolves around the idea that the way we live our present lives determines what our future lives will be. But how many people actually do that? Not many at all. I have a feeling that those of us who try to live lives in the spirit are the rare ones that are referred to.

    1. I’m thinking regardless the”good” life one has lived….the next one would consist of what ever would be most beneficial to the growth of soul. Refining…defining…developing that which has already begun to be imagined, and brought into the matter world. A yogi might end up a drunk on the next outing. . It’s not an up – down, high- low , good -bad thing, I don’t think. To me it’s more like, becoming….wide.

  6. Oh, my. What profound statement. I am thrilled that her “little one” is the “most precious part,” but frankly, am not surprised. I’m so glad you got this beautiful message! Whitley, I’ve never seen that stunning photo of Anne before, but yet I have! Every time a white moth flies at me or near me, I think or whisper: “Hi, spirit of Anne.” Several times a tiny flash of the beautiful face above pops into my head. I even sometimes talk to “her” when I am alone and frightened. It makes me feel “connected.” My health is getting bad and I am just starting your Meditation series for help, too. Looking forward to seeing “A New World” on my Kindle tomorrow! Thank you again for sharing this.

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