How did you know it was time to transition from art teacher to your current position? Please describe your role and duties. What would have happened if you stayed in teaching?
Dialogue in the form of “automatic writing” began to happen shortly after the initial connection, impacting my everyday world. From the beginning, the guidance indicated that my life was going to change and I would no longer be teaching in the school system. When I would ask “When?” the only answer I was given was “Soon.” Obviously, other dimensional beings do not view ‘time’ in the same way we do.
My teaching assignment consisted of traveling between two schools and teaching art to over 400 elementary students (kindergarten through sixth grade) per week. As my interest in the spiritual world took over, I began to feel split, as if living a double identity, and mentally began withdrawing my energy and preparing to leave. That was a mistake. Five years later I was still teaching. I had to stop looking for a way out and resign myself to the possibility of retiring in the profession, concluding that ‘other world guidance’ didn’t have a clue about our earth-time operations. I was sick of my own attitude, complaining about things connected with school that I disliked but could not change, as well as not being fully present, just ‘waiting’ for my new life to begin. I resolved to rekindle my enthusiasm for teaching and make the coming year my best year yet. Within a month, my husband, who was also a teacher, was offered a position with the Kansas City, Missouri school system and everything changed. I learned the hard way that as long as I viewed my spiritual life as separate from my daily responsibilities and interactions, I was not finished with that job. I had to live what I was learning. We moved to Kansas City in the fall of 1987.