What I’ve Learned From Gary
I just recently read my first book by Gary: The Seat of the Soul.
I am a 65 year old Virginian female who has been searching for knowledge all my life. My parents were poor semi-religious people…their religion of choice: Pentacostal. I recall, at age 9 or 10, questioning the logic of how one man and one woman (Adam and Eve), with only two sons, could populate the earth. I was, and still am, both a literal person and a logical person. The response to my question: “We are not to question God”. Not good enough.
In the ensuing 50+ years of searching, I’ve read many writers: Chopra, Dwyer (where I learned of Zukav), Lao Tsu, Borg, Socrates …., and many, many, books. The Gospel According to Mary and Dweller on Two Planets were two such books.
I long ago rejected all organized religion and adopted the idea that individual spirituality and individually developed philosophy was the only reasonable path. Seat of the Soul enforces that idea – thank you, Gary.
As I said earlier, I’m very logical. Everything I read, and all of my thoughts, leads to a ton of questions. The questions take me down rabbit holes and I really want to sit and talk with someone – to debate the ideas. To this point in time, I’ve not found anyone to fill that role.
I do have a question for Gary about ‘Seat of the Soul’. I noted that the writing was presented as given facts versus ‘beliefs’ or ‘theories’. I would like to know how ‘you’ KNOW these things, Gary.
Anyway, Happy Birthday, and many more. Now that I’ve found your website, I’ll check it from time to time.