am looking for stories that go beyond synchronicity, stories
that the probability of them happening is impossible,
but that show "something" is at work in this
example, when I met the MD who opened the door for me
to teach intuitive diagnosis at Brown U. the following
had to occur:
colleague of Al's was scheduled to attend a conference
at University of Virginia. Within hours of leaving for
the conference the colleague had a family emergency and
asked Al if he could take his place. Al agreed (because
a meeting he was supposed to be attending in Sweden had
just been canceled. He already had plans to be away for
this time frame.) I "happened" to be at University
of Virginia working on a project for the attorney general.
I heard about the conference and at the very last minute,
decided to attend a lecture. In an audience of 300 there
was only one empty seat, next to him. He was an MD, PhD
biochemist from Brown University. I was a forensic psychologist
who worked in litigation for the Virginia Attorney General.
Just two weeks prior to the conference, while taking part
in a remote viewing experiment at Monroe, a cartoon character
had appeared and diagnosed my monitors body. So instead
of seeing a rock climber at Yosemite, Yosemite Sam gave
me information that changed my life. And it turned out,
Al had always been interested in Edgar Cayce.
know all of you have these stories and if you would be
willing to share them with me I would be grateful.
Robinson, M.Ed., M.A. has written two books: Intuitions,
Seeing With the Heart; Remembering,
A Gentle Reminder of Who You are,
and created the audiotape series, Discovering Intuition.
She headed a pilot project at Brown University which taught
"intuitive diagnosis" to medical students.
is currently working on her latest book, "A Hidden