- Loves Kirtan Chanting Devotionals
- Loves Seeing the spiritual and metaphysical in all things
- Loves playing guitar and listening to guitar music
- Loves learning new things
- Loves reading about metaphysical topics
I’ve always been interested in spirituality since I was a small child. But it wasn’t always easy for me. I was born with Cretinism, that is, I was born without a thyroid gland, which caused some brain damage. I exhibit signs and symptoms of ADHD, though I haven’t officially been diagnosed with it yet. I plan to do that this fall.
I became interested in self-development and metaphysics about 10 years ago and felt just “right” about it. I chose one school, but it was more secular. I did OK in it, but it wasn’t what I was really looking for. I was looking for something more spiritual. I had nothing against them, but I found the International Metaphysical Ministries, so quit the first and went with the more spiritual course of study.
It still wasn’t a walk in the park, so I took some time off to decide how best to tackle my studies so: one, it stays fresh in my mind, I have trouble sometimes remembering what I’ve learned, 2 it might help others who are considering this course of study as opposed to something that’s more secular or new age. And 3, it’s a written record that proves I actually studied this.
But that wasn’t enough. I wanted to not just evolve spiritually, but mentally, emotionally, and maybe physically as well, the Creator willing. So, I wanted to leave a record for me, and for others my journey through life and how my life is unfolding.
I may be in my 60’s, but I’m still a novice in many things and don’t have all the answers. In fact, I have more questions than I do answers, which spurs on the next area of exploration that is my life.
As to what I enjoy? I enjoy Kirtan Music (which is Hindu and Sikh musical devotional chants, I enjoy reading, swimming, though I don’t get time to swim much lately, and playing the guitar. I’d like to learn better how to manage my symptoms of what might be ADHD within a spiritual framework. I have found out one thing: Everything is connected to the Divine!