The following three or four months passed quickly with me somehow in a deep state of let go, no real concerns just waiting with an odd sense of quiet confidence. As if Somebody knew what was going on and because of that I could really relax as an adult for the first time.
I was fitting a new head liner into my Volkswagen bug; when I saw a VW bus was parked in the driveway next door. I needed to borrow a pair of scissors and I knew the guy next door would have a pair so I walked up to the side door of his house, the top of the Dutch door was open, and peeked in. There was a guy lying on a coach and a big bunch of light was all around him. I walked up to the guy pulled him off the couch sat him down and heard myself say, 'what have you been doing to get to where you are, I want you to show me.'And so began a love affair with meditation which took me to India and an Ashram where I spent the better part of 17 years learning the Esoteric Sciences* and the many forms of meditation.In 1991 on a visit to India I did a long training in Hypnotherapy based on what in the East is called the Psychology of the Buddhas. This period also included my beginning to teach meditation after a profound opening which answered for me finally the question I had been carrying with me since I was 5, "Who am I?".
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