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The Spring 2013 European book tour isgoing exceptionally well. (Tobias’s
was recently published in theGerman language by Ansata Random House.)I’m writing these words from a comfortabletrain on a scenic route from Salzburg to LakeBled, Slovenia. We’ve been on the roadfor two weeks now, with book–signing andseminar stops in Bern and Zurich, Switzerland;Munich, Germany; and Zell am See and Salzburg, Austria. Wulfing vonRohr has done an impeccable job of managing the tour, as well as pro-viding the German translation for each event. In fact, he doesn’t just dothe translations… He actually channels Adamus and me. Several timeshe actually trans–channeled* Adamus’ words before Adamus spoke themthrough me. (*I just made up the word trans–channel. This is when thetranslator is also channeling.)The other day Wulfing, Linda and I drove from Salzburg to Zell amSee, about a two–hour drive into the Austrian Alps. It was a “Chamber of Commerce” day – sunny and mild, with just the right amount of billowingclouds against the blue mountain sky. The scenery looked like somethingout of the
movie (which just happened to be filmed there).It was truly breathtaking.The trees and meadows were alive with fresh spring–green color, thatvivid green that comes after the final breath of winter passes by. Whilemarveling at the spring growth and taking a few touristy photos out of the car window, I thought about how many tens of thousands of times theforests and pastures have been going through the change of seasons –blooming in the warm months and going dormant in the cold. The cycle isrepeated each year, year after year, millennium after millennium.The cycle of nature is much like the cycle of human lifetimes. We birthour new Self at the beginning of our new season, fresh and alive, filled withhopes and expectations. We live, we love, we experience, and when thebody is finally exhausted, we die. We come back again and again, like theeternal seasons of nature.But what if… we truly ended those cycles? What if we ended our death
By Geoffrey Hoppe