They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. But when we take that first step, how do we know if it’s small or a truly gigantic, life-changing one? My “single step” began on February 23, 1996 when I met Bart and Dr. Williams and it truly was life-changing.

A friend suggested an appointment with Dr. Williams and I thought: well, it’s a lot more expensive than the psychic I was seeing, but what the hell, I’ll try it ONCE. Of course, the comparison between a psychic and Dr. Williams is like trying to compare a tiny stream with the ocean. Most of the focus of that first session was on the book I had written and was trying to get published. He helped me tremendously with ideas and suggestions.

In great conflict, particularly when the world is about to economically rattle their cages in a very dramatic way, there are opportunities for great growth. I keep repeating over and over: how you live your moment right now reflects upon how you’re going to die. The more peace and solitude you can find, the greater and more profound your death will be.

It’s always quite shocking when people come and say: you know, this is my last incarnation and I look around the corner and…not sure about that. There’s a lot of baggage you’re dragging around. You might not hear those wheels squeak with all the luggage you’re carrying, but at this point, you’re squeaking. There might be a lot of luggage you might need to take care of.

When we have the ability to go through the anger and disappointment and change the language and the landscape in how we communicate, and communicate effectively and differently, we have the courage to set boundaries. The kundalini loves boundaries. Imagine that. A boundary says: I speak of love. I AM compassionate, empathetic, I set boundaries, I can say no and I can say love at the same time because I need to create God in this space. When you have the courage to set these kinds of boundaries, not only does the kundalini rise and awaken, but simultaneously the part of the ego that really says; I am you, begins to really back off and reveal the remaining aspect of who you are.