I was restless when I first went to bed because of the public post I made acknowledging myself as the FasterEFT Founding Master Practitioner. I noticed the old pattern of “What will they think?” I remember the card I got that day from a fellow practitioner/client that was so kind and sweet, an affirming testimonial to me as a practitioner and a person. Although it was nice and I deeply appreciate it, I noticed that it didn’t hook me into any emotion. I noticed how I was automatically practicing the principle I learned from Wayne Dyer. Be independent of the opinion of others, good or bad, because their opinion can change. It was easy for me to get to sleep once I noticed the thoughts and how they triggered emotions. I mentally tapped to let it go and then affirmed my intention to be independent of the opinion of others.
It’s time to acknowledge myself for what I did before Linda or anyone I know besides Robert. I helped set the standard for how Robert began to develop the requirements for practitioners and Masters. He had none for Masters then. He just told me in general terms what to do and I went and did it.
Linda Esser kept secrets. One that she kept from me was that I was her best friend. I did not consciously know that until others began to tell me after she died. Maybe she thought it was understood, but Linda never told me, and that alone speaks volumes about Linda. She was a very private person even... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-7W5kqfXovhUdfImazp5FoiUb6tUIGmx How do I encapsulate such an amazingly huge presence of love, hope, passion and peace that Linda Esser embodied? It is absolutely beyond words. Yet words are what I was asked to create, so I humbly do my best. Our sweet Linda Esser honored me and Susan Bradley by allowing us to assist her... Continue Reading →
Moving to Alaska began as a spectacular adventure. My life reached a peak I had never imagined possible. After my 40-hour workweek, I explored Alaska on weekends and holidays. I built a tight network of wonderful friends and was literally “On Top of the World.” Six years later my world came crashing down, dragging me... Continue Reading →
Q: Dear Grace, first of all, thank you! For the way you explain and precise things and you open up and disclosure your story. It was April when I "came across" Robert Smith's work on Youtube. I ordered my first dvd set (Mind Of A Healer) with some difficulties (which got me into contact with... Continue Reading →
by B. Grace Jones Moving to Alaska began as a spectacular adventure. My life reached a peak I had never imagined possible. After my 40-hour work-weeks in Anchorage, I explored Alaska on weekends and holidays. I built a tight network of wonderful friends and was literally “On Top of the World.” Six years later my... Continue Reading →
by B. Grace Jones Completely baffled by waves of debilitating fatigue, I pleaded with God. What is happening to me? Moving to Alaska began as an amazing adventure. Although I ultimately became totally disabled for three years, this led me to something even more amazing. For two decades I had worked full time in Oklahoma.... Continue Reading →