Welcome to My Worlds
There's a famous
quote (sometimes attributed to Abraham Lincoln) that says, "After age
40, you're responsible for your face." I'm nearly two decades past 40 now, and I've
arrived at a place where I want to not only be responsible for the story
told by my face, but to be utterly transparent and fearlessly revealed in
And I live
in many worlds.
My 25-year career as
a marketing consultant for corporate America allowed me to
acquire the usual trophies, including clients with private jets, a glittering group
of Hollywood friends, a massive mortgage and a couple of divorces... the typical trappings of an upwardly-mobile life in Los Angeles.
20-something years through a hyperspeed panorama of identities, locations, losses and gifts, and things turned out to be anything but typical.
Apparently my Spirit guides, in partnership with the intention of my own soul, decided to
gently but firmly lead me away from the world of matter toward the world
once said, it turns out that the Universe is friendly.
I now live in a tiny
town in the eastern foothills of the Oregon Cascades, and my life's work
is about teaching people how to perceive death, grief and loss in a new way by tuning in to the divine guidance
that is constantly being broadcast to us from the higher realms of consciousness. My second book on the subject has just been published, and I've gone back to school for a degree in Divinity and a career as a hospice chaplain.
For some reason, people seem
to be interested in what I have to say (even corporate America).
Nobody is more surprised
than I am. Scroll down for more...
Conversations in the Spiritual Voice
A guide to the various classes, workshops,
and gatherings I facilitate around the U.S.
(this was the view from my living room window
when I first moved to Oregon).
President, Afterlife Education Foundation