I’ve been writing a book on mediumship. It’s been near to final stages for a while now, as I have been waiting for it to pass my most stringent editor, my wife, who is not only knowledgeable in the subject, but a very critical reader. We’ve gone back and forth over a number of points in the book, some of which become passionate discussions. I wouldn’t call them heated arguments, but they were close.
I gave her another iteration of the book this week, and it finally passed her scrutiny. There are some very-very minor edits left over, but that’s about it. Now I can move on and have others review it.
It’s a big relief for me. It took ten years to get to this point. Time spent writing, letting it sit for months or more, thinking through the material, then editing, and letting it sit again. Like wine, it has been aging and changing over time. Now it’s ready to move forward in the process.
On the very same day, I went to a seminar involving Egyptian spirituality. It was interesting. When I got back home, I sat down to my computer as usual, and the screen saver was a pyramid with the keystone separated from the base, with an eye in it – like on the back of the American dollar bill. My screen saver has a few hundred different items in it, and it’s rare to see the same item twice. On top of that, I had finished reading Dan Brown’s book, The Lost Symbol, just a few days before, which makes it all the more interesting.
I appreciate these indicators from the spirits. I like to think of them as beacons that help to guide and direct you, perhaps like the ones here.