I have been having an extraordinary time engaging with my wife. What has happened is beyond anything I would ever have expected. Anne was a teacher, and she still is. Not only that, she loved Dreamland and always participated as much as she could. When she could not lean in and ask questions herself because her voice was too weak, she whispered them to me and I asked them.

Last week, when I was interviewing Laurence Gallian, Anne suddenly whispered a question. It was not relevant to what we were discussing. It seemed entirely out of left field. Without telling Laurence its source, I asked it. There was a pause, then he said that he was shocked that I had asked it, and proceeded to explain why it was so important to him. It completely transformed the program and revealed a level of this complex man that I had no way of knowing even existed.

Today, I was interviewing Dr. Elisa Medhus about the book written by her dead son Erik, "My Life After Death." Jamie Butler, who channels Erik, participated in the second half of the show. Once again, Anne showed up. It was simply impossible to ignore, a rich, spontaneous presence that participated in the show even more fully than she had when she was physically alive!

So we had three people involved in the show on this side of the illusory veil between the worlds, and two on the other! At one point, Erik described Anne, saying that she had a "pixie" haircut. She did have such a haircut–when she was in her twenties and early thirties. About five minutes after the interview ended, the daughter of a dear friend–among Anne’s very best friends–who died yesterday texted me a picture of Anne. It was taken in 1980, and there she was in the pixie haircut.

I could feel Anne’s bubbling, amused presence and also Erik, who seemed to be almost pacing around my little studio, full of excitement as well. It was just plain wonderful.

Of course, in the past, I would have questioned all of this. I still do, but not in the sense of asking whether or not it’s real. It is real. The question is, what’s going on? How does it work? What are they now that they no longer have bodies? Where are they? What do they know and feel? How are they changed?

When I was at William Henry’s Theurgy Conference in October, a participant came up to me and nervously said that she had a message for me from Anne. She was perplexed by it and uneasy about telling me what it was. She began by asking me if I have a special chair–a rocker, perhaps. I said no, I don’t have a rocker. She then said, "Anne told me to tell you that she can see you in the chair." 

This woman cannot have known how vitally important that message was to me. This is because I sit in the same chair at night when I meditate. I understood immediately that Anne was saying that she could see me when I meditate. This explained a great deal more, too. It revealed why the visitors could find me, and so many others over the years. They can see us when we meditate. See us and interact with us.

Two weeks ago during my nightly meditation I asked Anne a critically important question: how can we penetrate the veil between the worlds? What is necessary?

The next morning, I found three emails in my inbox. Two were from Starfire Tor. The other was from a brilliant fellow who participates in our weekly subscriber chats and is very active in our community. All three emails were about penetrating that veil, and they are absolutely amazing. Filled with insight.

On that night, I had asked Anne a number of specific questions, among them, "Do you have the ability to live inside me?" I had hoped that she could somehow share my body. Maybe if that was possible, we could gain a more objective relationship, one that was not so accessible to invasion by my imagination.

Starfire’s second letter contained these exact lines: "While Anne has the ability to move through you, Anne knows that she will never knowingly literally reside within you. This is what I mean by keeping your soul separate from hers, because it will be tempting for you to want to hold her as close as possible. Don’t worry about that. From what I experienced of her, Anne isn’t going anywhere. Anne has the ability to make herself known to you, not only in a dream state, but in your waking world as well. She has the ability to wash over and through you, so that you can literally feel what she is feeling and know what she is thinking."

Now, you want to be floored–try asking a dead person a question one night and getting the precise answer from a friend the next morning, a friend who can have had no idea what had been asked. The second letter came because I had responded to the first, but I did not mention the questions I had just asked Anne.

Starfire had had a lucid dream of Anne in which "she was dressed in green pants and shirt, plus some type of long flowing green cardigan." Anne wore green when we made appearances in order to declare herself. She had a long involvement with the green man, and journaled about him often in her diary. Starfire added "she looked great–possibly younger than when I knew her. Her face was more rounded, her cheeks were fuller and her reddish hair was thick and in a cute bob style." In other words, she appeared in Starfire’s lucid dream very much as she appeared to Erik today, right down to that hairstyle.

There was another very specific message for me: "She said that she wants you to continue the project about how she is communicating from the spirit realm and what she has learned. She doesn’t want to be portrayed as an all knowing spirit guide to the beyond. She doesn’t want people trying to channel her, because that turns her off. She said that you already understood that her true journey and message is what she is learning after transitioning." And then, these critically important lines: "She wants to make sure that people understand that even in spirit, a spirit can be wrong about ideas and perceptions. She’s learning, and she has no problems about changing some ideas that she had when she was live. Some notions will remain the same, because she got it right from the start. She just wants the truth and nothing hokey or containing false beliefs about the afterlife. She fully understands that life is a journey, regardless of whether that journey is done in the physical or in spirit."

In other words, we must not assume that those on the other side are infallible or all knowing. This is an enormous, immeasurably complex universe, and we are all small fragments of a greater whole.

The third letter came from a man whose mind I have come to respect greatly. He is a solidly grounded intellectual who is, like most close encounter witnesses who are also well educated, willing to look in an open minded way at material that has been rejected by the mainstream.

I had asked Anne about the mechanics of crossing between the worlds. Still reeling from Starfire’s letter, I opened his and read this:

"Belief is not enough to drop the veil. It requires an interaction from beyond to intricately weave us into its reality. Like a stitch, it can create a thread of its reality into ours and vice versa." He made no specific reference to Anne, but those sentences stood out in his email, because they contain precious information. A very useful, practical answer to the questions I had asked her.

But how to really engage with it? I think that, from our side, disciplined meditative practice and intentional opening our minds and hearts to our dead will enable them to do this stitching. It is time for us to allow this other level of humanity to weave itself into our experience and perception.

Anne was the person who discovered that the visitors and the dead come to us in partnership. We used to discuss this deeply, and came to the conclusion that there is another level of life beyond this one, in which the living and the dead interact together in an objective way, weaving experience in a new and more energetic and joyous way. Our thought was that this is the next stage of evolution, and that "they" are already there. It’s time for us to join them, and by so doing join the greater chorus of conscious being in this universe.

But how do we open this door in ourselves? Obviously, it’s closed tight or most of us wouldn’t live in dread of death and die in terror. Anne did not die in fear at all. She was open to it, ready to go and eager to tread this new path. Her nervous system extended beyond visible limits. She had what I call ‘soul-sensation’ and she was very much at home with herself as a single being living across a spectrum of densities.

But why was this so?

Let me explain.

I have also just finished interviewing a wise woman called Colleen Mauro, who has written a book about gaining access to the soul called "Spiritual Telepathy." This materialistic world we live in anesthetizes us to the soul, but it is possible to overcome that numbing process and literally reconnect our nervous system to this part of us that the secular media, most of the intellectual culture and the scientific community assures us does not exist.

But it does exist. I can feel my soul as part of me, an extension of my body that is not physical. The exact energy needed to find this place comes from two words, which are among the very few that the visitors ever said to me in clear language: "have joy." Anne regarded them as of central importance, and I agree. But how can we, when we see so much of ourselves that we don’t like or want, and experience so much cruelty and injustice from those around us?

It’s very simple: replace that criticism with compassion. Accept yourself. Where there is now inner judgement, bring laughter. This is how Anne lived, and it is the right way. It feeds the soul. Remember the words from her beautiful diary entry, "the Love that Led Me Home": put those burdens down.

Of course you have done wrong and had wrong done to you. You have regrets and you are angry over injustices you have suffered. As are we all. Let the weight go by accepting the wrongs as part of life, part of those you have wronged, and part of those who have wronged you.

Week before last, I was in a very quiet place in Texas, just going to bed. I heard another of the few sounds the visitors have ever made in the clear, as it were. Three low utterances, very precise, spaced so exactly that they were unmistakable. It was then that the meditation I referred to earlier took place, and the next morning that the letters came.

What a wonderful time we live in, one of the great moments of question. I don’t know what the visitors are, what the dead are, what we are–any of it. I live in reverent and joyous question. But I do know this: I still have a relationship with Anne, and she is still the gentle, brilliantly effective teacher she always was. How this can be, or how the dead can still be a coherent part of reality, I do not know. But they can, and my wife, frankly, is good at it and getting better.

She was not sentimental, and she still isn’t. She was demanding and still is.

Early on, when I was just drowning in grief, I heard her say quite clearly, "quit your caterwauling and get on with it!"

Yes ma’am!
 

38 Comments

  1. I have been a reader and
    I have been a reader and supporter of the work of Whitley and Anne since the late 90s. I can’t begin to say how much your writing and voices have meant to me through these years. I am frequently moved to laughter and tears by your words (in a good way) and inspired, almost daily, in so many ways.

    Once again words fail me. But I am moved, emotionally, intellectually and physically. I’m sitting here reading and typing in public so I’m trying not to appear as emotional as I feel (what a shame we have to hide). “She has the ability to wash over and through you” – when I first read Whitley’s words of Anne’s passing on, I literally felt something like a physical wave move through me. I instantly felt both deeply sad for Whitley’s loss, but also somehow happy for Anne’s freedom, her physical ‘job done’. Bless you both.

  2. I have been a reader and
    I have been a reader and supporter of the work of Whitley and Anne since the late 90s. I can’t begin to say how much your writing and voices have meant to me through these years. I am frequently moved to laughter and tears by your words (in a good way) and inspired, almost daily, in so many ways.

    Once again words fail me. But I am moved, emotionally, intellectually and physically. I’m sitting here reading and typing in public so I’m trying not to appear as emotional as I feel (what a shame we have to hide). “She has the ability to wash over and through you” – when I first read Whitley’s words of Anne’s passing on, I literally felt something like a physical wave move through me. I instantly felt both deeply sad for Whitley’s loss, but also somehow happy for Anne’s freedom, her physical ‘job done’. Bless you both.

  3. Wow, Whitley. In a lifetime
    Wow, Whitley. In a lifetime of great writing, this is one of the best and most poignant things you have produced. I will re-read it many times.

    I was under the impression that subscriber chats had stopped, as I’ve heard nothing of them for several years now. How do we participate?

  4. Wow, Whitley. In a lifetime
    Wow, Whitley. In a lifetime of great writing, this is one of the best and most poignant things you have produced. I will re-read it many times.

    I was under the impression that subscriber chats had stopped, as I’ve heard nothing of them for several years now. How do we participate?

  5. Thank you for this post
    Thank you for this post Whitley! It is really important to me as I lost my wife in May. Thank you very much!

  6. Thank you for this post
    Thank you for this post Whitley! It is really important to me as I lost my wife in May. Thank you very much!

  7. Glad to see this journal, and
    Glad to see this journal, and it’s reinforced my feeling that your experience and reports of sensing and exchanging messages with Anne on “the other side” may be as or more important in the long run than your work so far about the visitors. It feels to me like a major part of the plan for you two all along, and I suspect there’s at least one related book in your future.

    My sense is that you will eventually make the stronger connection of meaning between the whole of the living, the dead, “the veil”, and the visitors (in other words, much stronger than the material in “Solving the Communion Enigma”).

  8. Glad to see this journal, and
    Glad to see this journal, and it’s reinforced my feeling that your experience and reports of sensing and exchanging messages with Anne on “the other side” may be as or more important in the long run than your work so far about the visitors. It feels to me like a major part of the plan for you two all along, and I suspect there’s at least one related book in your future.

    My sense is that you will eventually make the stronger connection of meaning between the whole of the living, the dead, “the veil”, and the visitors (in other words, much stronger than the material in “Solving the Communion Enigma”).

  9. Beautiful, Whitley and Anne.
    Beautiful, Whitley and Anne.

    Thank you for always being so open and honest. I have come to trust what i read here. Partly because Anne and you deeply respect the listeners’ ability to choose their own paths, and offer insight without strings attached. How helpful it is to learn from others experience and my freedom to choose is vital. I am also so grateful for this community, and your guests like Starfire Tor who bring so much to the table as well. And of course, William Henry and Jeremy… superb choices you have made.

    There seems to be a “thinning of the veil.” Perhaps it has always been “going on” and only as much as i am moving in certain ways, is it obvious to me. ( Like making sure i cannot miss it!)

    Thanks, Anne for clarifying about not having all the answers – just because you “view” from the other side. I love you showing us once more, how important being open to possibilities and minds not “set” are.
    Love to you both.

    My condolences to Wayfaring Dreamer for your loss. May you know you are held and surrounded by love from many, and allow it to hold you up and strengthen you through this journey.

  10. Beautiful, Whitley and Anne.
    Beautiful, Whitley and Anne.

    Thank you for always being so open and honest. I have come to trust what i read here. Partly because Anne and you deeply respect the listeners’ ability to choose their own paths, and offer insight without strings attached. How helpful it is to learn from others experience and my freedom to choose is vital. I am also so grateful for this community, and your guests like Starfire Tor who bring so much to the table as well. And of course, William Henry and Jeremy… superb choices you have made.

    There seems to be a “thinning of the veil.” Perhaps it has always been “going on” and only as much as i am moving in certain ways, is it obvious to me. ( Like making sure i cannot miss it!)

    Thanks, Anne for clarifying about not having all the answers – just because you “view” from the other side. I love you showing us once more, how important being open to possibilities and minds not “set” are.
    Love to you both.

    My condolences to Wayfaring Dreamer for your loss. May you know you are held and surrounded by love from many, and allow it to hold you up and strengthen you through this journey.

  11. Eddie: the chats take place
    Eddie: the chats take place Wednesday nights, at 7:00 PM PST. Just make sure you’re logged in, then got to “Subscriber Home” in the masthead, then at the far right on the next bar down you’ll find a link that says “Chat”. Everything will make sense from there. See you then!

  12. Eddie: the chats take place
    Eddie: the chats take place Wednesday nights, at 7:00 PM PST. Just make sure you’re logged in, then got to “Subscriber Home” in the masthead, then at the far right on the next bar down you’ll find a link that says “Chat”. Everything will make sense from there. See you then!

  13. Absolutely remarkable,
    Absolutely remarkable, Whitley.

  14. Absolutely remarkable,
    Absolutely remarkable, Whitley.

  15. Whitley, thank you so much
    Whitley, thank you so much for writing this Journal. It has helped me gain a greater understanding of something you have mentioned from time to time regarding compassion. You have defined true compassion as figuring out what someone truly needs, and giving it to them.

    Ah, but there’s the rub – how do we ever truly know what someone really needs? And it’s always felt like arrogance to think I could do that.

    This current Journal has helped me gain an insight into this very question, when toward the end, you write, “It’s very simple: replace that criticism with compassion. Accept yourself. Where there is now inner judgement, bring laughter.”

    It strikes me that acceptance is one of the things we all really need. And it is something I can strive to give to everyone, including myself – perhaps give myself first. What a task!

    Warm regards to all. 🙂

  16. Whitley, thank you so much
    Whitley, thank you so much for writing this Journal. It has helped me gain a greater understanding of something you have mentioned from time to time regarding compassion. You have defined true compassion as figuring out what someone truly needs, and giving it to them.

    Ah, but there’s the rub – how do we ever truly know what someone really needs? And it’s always felt like arrogance to think I could do that.

    This current Journal has helped me gain an insight into this very question, when toward the end, you write, “It’s very simple: replace that criticism with compassion. Accept yourself. Where there is now inner judgement, bring laughter.”

    It strikes me that acceptance is one of the things we all really need. And it is something I can strive to give to everyone, including myself – perhaps give myself first. What a task!

    Warm regards to all. 🙂

  17. What a wonderful message from
    What a wonderful message from you and Anne, Whitley. I, too, have communion and interaction with my deceased Twin. Jeremy and I spoke about it on this weeks’ program. You clarified some questions I had, thank you so much for your deep exploration of communicating through the veil! Even though there is a big , empty space where the physical person once was, their essence remains if we can pay attention and be in the stillness of listening. My Twin has helped me with Tarot readings for more than 40 years now, and I look forward to your Lectures on The Path. I am wondering if there is any way for those of us who don’t have a copy to view the text? My Marseilles Deck will be here tomorrow and I am eagerly waiting for part 2. Thank you so much for all of the valuable and loving information you so generously share. You have no idea what a blessing you and Anne have showered on us. That blessing goes around the planet in a fractal manner and keeps growing! Have Joy is such a wonderful Mantra—Thank you, Anne.

  18. What a wonderful message from
    What a wonderful message from you and Anne, Whitley. I, too, have communion and interaction with my deceased Twin. Jeremy and I spoke about it on this weeks’ program. You clarified some questions I had, thank you so much for your deep exploration of communicating through the veil! Even though there is a big , empty space where the physical person once was, their essence remains if we can pay attention and be in the stillness of listening. My Twin has helped me with Tarot readings for more than 40 years now, and I look forward to your Lectures on The Path. I am wondering if there is any way for those of us who don’t have a copy to view the text? My Marseilles Deck will be here tomorrow and I am eagerly waiting for part 2. Thank you so much for all of the valuable and loving information you so generously share. You have no idea what a blessing you and Anne have showered on us. That blessing goes around the planet in a fractal manner and keeps growing! Have Joy is such a wonderful Mantra—Thank you, Anne.

  19. Wonderful Whitley. Thank
    Wonderful Whitley. Thank you. I lost my Mother in 2009 but I still see her in my dreams.

  20. Wonderful Whitley. Thank
    Wonderful Whitley. Thank you. I lost my Mother in 2009 but I still see her in my dreams.

  21. This is such a moving and
    This is such a moving and joyous journal entry. Thank you for sharing these experiences with us.

  22. This is such a moving and
    This is such a moving and joyous journal entry. Thank you for sharing these experiences with us.

  23. Wonderful journal entry,
    Wonderful journal entry, Whitley 🙂 I think the fact that Anne had difficulty communicating with her voice/words for extended periods of time helped strengthen the psychic connection between you and Anne. I found that to be the case with my mother, a soul with whom I have spent uncountable lifetimes. The increased need for this kind of communication accelerated preceding her death. Psychic communication crosses physical boundaries. Death did not dampen this communication. You and Anne seem to be TwinSouls. as well which, particularly during these times, is a more immediate and intimate connection between souls than soulmates (souls one travels with lifetime after lifetime). As one who experiences a lot of synchroncities, I have learned that some are “natural” and some are contrived. I am very happy for you that you have your own strong connection with Anne and do not need to rely on other people for this connection. May God continue to bless your relationship with Anne.

  24. Wonderful journal entry,
    Wonderful journal entry, Whitley 🙂 I think the fact that Anne had difficulty communicating with her voice/words for extended periods of time helped strengthen the psychic connection between you and Anne. I found that to be the case with my mother, a soul with whom I have spent uncountable lifetimes. The increased need for this kind of communication accelerated preceding her death. Psychic communication crosses physical boundaries. Death did not dampen this communication. You and Anne seem to be TwinSouls. as well which, particularly during these times, is a more immediate and intimate connection between souls than soulmates (souls one travels with lifetime after lifetime). As one who experiences a lot of synchroncities, I have learned that some are “natural” and some are contrived. I am very happy for you that you have your own strong connection with Anne and do not need to rely on other people for this connection. May God continue to bless your relationship with Anne.

  25. I loved this journal entry,
    I loved this journal entry, and look forward to hearing more about Whitley and Anne’s journey together.

  26. I loved this journal entry,
    I loved this journal entry, and look forward to hearing more about Whitley and Anne’s journey together.

  27. Wow! I would ever have
    Wow! I would ever have expected less of Whitley and Anne! Recently, my sister asked me how Whitely is doing since Anne’s passing. She attended the first Dreamland Festival with me several years ago, and has been on the periphery of this for years. I told her that he is much lighter now and doing great and that Anne is around him all of the time, and not in some morbid way. His humor is intact, and for those of you that don’t follow him on Twitter, you missed a light-hearted selfie on Halloween!

    I totally agree that “Belief is not enough to drop the veil”. As one who peeks through the veil herself, I can tell you that it may not even be a factor at all. It is more of knowing or ‘gnosis’, and while we are all born with the ability to peek through that veil, most are not willing, don’t care, or are too frightened to allow the experience to happen.If an experience does occur, it is often ignored or brushed off as coincidence.

    Whitley, I am so happy for you! Just now an old song from my Sunday school days as a child came to me: You have the joy, joy, joy down in your heart, and the “…peace that passes understanding” as well!

  28. Wow! I would ever have
    Wow! I would ever have expected less of Whitley and Anne! Recently, my sister asked me how Whitely is doing since Anne’s passing. She attended the first Dreamland Festival with me several years ago, and has been on the periphery of this for years. I told her that he is much lighter now and doing great and that Anne is around him all of the time, and not in some morbid way. His humor is intact, and for those of you that don’t follow him on Twitter, you missed a light-hearted selfie on Halloween!

    I totally agree that “Belief is not enough to drop the veil”. As one who peeks through the veil herself, I can tell you that it may not even be a factor at all. It is more of knowing or ‘gnosis’, and while we are all born with the ability to peek through that veil, most are not willing, don’t care, or are too frightened to allow the experience to happen.If an experience does occur, it is often ignored or brushed off as coincidence.

    Whitley, I am so happy for you! Just now an old song from my Sunday school days as a child came to me: You have the joy, joy, joy down in your heart, and the “…peace that passes understanding” as well!

  29. It’s so great that you have
    It’s so great that you have the ability to communicate across the worlds–even though your ability is not exactly in ‘high fidelity’ or ‘high definition’. It’s like she has gone on a trip and is sending you postcards and messages while away. Someday, hopefully many years off (for our sakes), you’ll be fully together again. For those of us who do not have your ability, it is at least a comfort to know that departed souls exist in some form; that they inhabit a universe of some form; that we will join them again some day–probably with a bigger perspective as we enter that other world. Given that form is involved, it seems reasonable to expect that one day we’ll invent a technology to communicate across the realms. Today, our body-minds may provide a simple mechanism to do this–but we will probably be able to augment and improve the mechanism as we understand the physics involved.

    But I think the ultimate goal is to go beyond form. And it’s not something that you must become or achieve–it’s something that you are right now. It’s a question of identification. Are you a (little) form in a great big universe of other forms, beset by trials and tribulations, or are you the ‘conscious container’ in which all these forms appear? If you identify with the container, the forms don’t matter so much. They come and go–good ones and bad ones–happy ones and sad ones–but the container is unblemished.

    When you identify with form, your existence becomes a roller coaster of ups and downs surrounding a core sense of vulnerability and fear, covered up by layers and layers of strategies and defense mechanisms. When you identify with the container, stress falls away. It doesn’t matter what happens that much, even if the whole universe passes away, because you realize that you are eternal and ever at peace.

    You can sense the aliveness, the consciousness, in every form that you see. It’s easier to do it with plants and animals; tiny little bugs crawling up the wall. They are you. We are one. It’s harder to do with people because they trigger our conditioned defense mechanisms and strategies, our judgments and likes and dislikes–our identification with form.

  30. It’s so great that you have
    It’s so great that you have the ability to communicate across the worlds–even though your ability is not exactly in ‘high fidelity’ or ‘high definition’. It’s like she has gone on a trip and is sending you postcards and messages while away. Someday, hopefully many years off (for our sakes), you’ll be fully together again. For those of us who do not have your ability, it is at least a comfort to know that departed souls exist in some form; that they inhabit a universe of some form; that we will join them again some day–probably with a bigger perspective as we enter that other world. Given that form is involved, it seems reasonable to expect that one day we’ll invent a technology to communicate across the realms. Today, our body-minds may provide a simple mechanism to do this–but we will probably be able to augment and improve the mechanism as we understand the physics involved.

    But I think the ultimate goal is to go beyond form. And it’s not something that you must become or achieve–it’s something that you are right now. It’s a question of identification. Are you a (little) form in a great big universe of other forms, beset by trials and tribulations, or are you the ‘conscious container’ in which all these forms appear? If you identify with the container, the forms don’t matter so much. They come and go–good ones and bad ones–happy ones and sad ones–but the container is unblemished.

    When you identify with form, your existence becomes a roller coaster of ups and downs surrounding a core sense of vulnerability and fear, covered up by layers and layers of strategies and defense mechanisms. When you identify with the container, stress falls away. It doesn’t matter what happens that much, even if the whole universe passes away, because you realize that you are eternal and ever at peace.

    You can sense the aliveness, the consciousness, in every form that you see. It’s easier to do it with plants and animals; tiny little bugs crawling up the wall. They are you. We are one. It’s harder to do with people because they trigger our conditioned defense mechanisms and strategies, our judgments and likes and dislikes–our identification with form.

  31. Life and the universe are
    Life and the universe are stranger than we can imagine. Each new discovery bends my mind into new acceptance of strangeness and forces me to drop the old concepts. What a great era we live in for experiencing these novel concepts. Whitley, your and Anne’s astute observations and insights force me to contemplate the new realities. Hard to do, since I am an engineer by training. Thanks.

  32. Life and the universe are
    Life and the universe are stranger than we can imagine. Each new discovery bends my mind into new acceptance of strangeness and forces me to drop the old concepts. What a great era we live in for experiencing these novel concepts. Whitley, your and Anne’s astute observations and insights force me to contemplate the new realities. Hard to do, since I am an engineer by training. Thanks.

  33. “The surest sign of the
    “The surest sign of the presence of God is Joy.” Teilhard de Chardin

    Hello Whitley;
    Please ask Ann to comment on the role of nature (the Green Man et al) in our attempts to bridge the dimensions.

    Love is forever,
    Katie

  34. “The surest sign of the
    “The surest sign of the presence of God is Joy.” Teilhard de Chardin

    Hello Whitley;
    Please ask Ann to comment on the role of nature (the Green Man et al) in our attempts to bridge the dimensions.

    Love is forever,
    Katie

  35. Whitley……A thank you to YOU
    Whitley……A thank you to YOU AND ANNE for allowing us to take this journey. I think that for most of us, UNKNOWN COUNTRY has been an anchor in this crazy stream of life. This is a wonderful/heartfelt, ‘Whitley’s Journal.’

  36. Whitley……A thank you to YOU
    Whitley……A thank you to YOU AND ANNE for allowing us to take this journey. I think that for most of us, UNKNOWN COUNTRY has been an anchor in this crazy stream of life. This is a wonderful/heartfelt, ‘Whitley’s Journal.’

  37. Hello from Sweden! I have to
    Hello from Sweden! I have to add my voice to how great an entry in the Journal this is, after reading it. The fundamental themes of life you lifted here so easily becomes hidden in the noise of life and it spoke deeply and directly to me. Thank you Whitley and Anne! I have tuned in to your information since 10 years back and I will continue. It seems a new level of Unknown Country is here, all the more interesting. I am proud I am a subscriber!

  38. Hello from Sweden! I have to
    Hello from Sweden! I have to add my voice to how great an entry in the Journal this is, after reading it. The fundamental themes of life you lifted here so easily becomes hidden in the noise of life and it spoke deeply and directly to me. Thank you Whitley and Anne! I have tuned in to your information since 10 years back and I will continue. It seems a new level of Unknown Country is here, all the more interesting. I am proud I am a subscriber!

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