Avocados and more avocados


A little levity from the news:

One of the fallouts of Hurricane Irma was that about 125 avocados fell from our tree, the entire crop all at once. Of course, there is no way that we could eat all those avocados, which would be ripening about the same time. So I’ve been giving away grocery bags of avocados, leaving them at places where people gather or pass by. With one bag, I included a note about it being a great opportunity to make guacamole. I came home after dropping them off and noticed on my iPhone that the word of the day in Words with Friends was…guacamole! Synchronicity!

So how did that synchro play out? The next morning out of the blue Trish and I were offered a small editing project with a tight deadline. We finished it in a few hours and made $375. Not bad, especially since it was quite easy. The guy liked it and says he’ll call on us again. Interestingly, the store value of the avocados we gave away is just about what we were paid for the editing!

Here’s another one. I’ve been working on a mystery novel in which the main character, Jake, has the ability to travel out of body, but I’d been stuck for a couple of days. Nothing I did seemed to work. Finally, one evening I came up with the idea that Jake has trouble  getting out of body, and it’s right at a point where he needs to do so. He’s frustrated and blocked—sort of like I’d been feeling.Then, as I was working on it, I received an e-mail from Wes Meeks, whose out-of-body experiences have been featured here. But he told me he was feeling frustrated because he couldn’t get out of body, nothing was working. He basically told me that he was having the same problem as my character! So, for me, that means I’m on the right track with the novel!

My suggestion for Wes, btw, was to watch for synchronicities.

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5 Responses to Avocados and more avocados

  1. C.J. says:

    Yep, I think Monroe was tuned in. His books are in my personal library. About discarnate physicians, there is a group of five who are “on call” for me. They are physicians I have known and with whom I have at one time or another worked. The most recent one who passed has definitely taken the “lead” now, and I have a very small framed photo of him beside my chairbed. These doctors are: Bruce S. Webster, Forrest M. Bird; Waldo S. Scales; Lester Rumble; William S. Short. There is another one from a different lifetime: Dr. Rathbone, who has been with me since I was in my teens. I can never adequately express my gratitude to these individuals, and yes, I totally agree with Robert Monroe….they apparently exist in a specialized dimension. I try to not reach out for them unless it’s absolutely necessary, but Bruce has made it abundantly clear that all I need to do for HIM, is to call his name and he will be with me. That brings me immense comfort. On a different subject, I’m sure everyone knows by now that Mexico has had e THIRD quake….not an aftershock, but a quake. Those poor people. Unimaginable.

  2. C.J. says:

    During OBEs, I am aware that I have entered a different dimension of Beingness. These dimensions are not always the same, and that becomes apparent. There are times when I am having an OBE that I will actually encounter and interact with a friend or loved one who has died. This tells me, quite obviously, that there are multiple dimensions….countless dimensions….and when we permanently transition we go to whatever dimension our Souls need to be.

    I find it compelling that when we are still connected to our physical vehicles when we are experiencing OBEs, that we are able to visit such dimensions and those entities. Due to serious illness and medications, I choose to no longer voluntarily attempt an OBE. However, occasionally they continue to occur spontaneously. I have a powerful sense currently that those we called ‘deceased’ are hovering extremely close to our third dimension, and the sensing of their Presence is accompanied by a vivid sense, as well, of ‘waiting’. They are here, I think, to assist with the multitudes who are crossing over. So many worlds…..

    • Rob and Trish says:

      I remember reading in on one of Robert Monroe’s books that physicians had their own spot in the afterlife because they tended to be skeptical about the survival of the soul. Monroe really mapped the afterlife territory.

  3. C.J. says:

    I wonder if the inability to have the out-of-body experience may be relative to the thousands of people in Mexico and the Islands who are transitioning into other dimensions, thus an enormous overflow from the corporeal condition to wherever one goes when the physical vehicle is permanently dropped, and those entities already there who meet and greet the incoming souls are stretched to the max. Just a thought. Regarding your avocado deluge, I’m reminded of Forrest Gump’s best friend, the shrimp fellow, who started listing all the endless ways that shrimp can be served…..avocado soup, fried avocado, avocado salad, avocado sandwiches, avocado dip, steamed avocado, avocado quiche, avocado smoothie……makes me chuckle!!