It was a sunny afternoon, July 11th 2018, around 1:30 and I had gone for a walk, having been in the office for hours. As I crossed 31st Street, I noticed a woman wearing a purple T-shirt with the NYU Langone Hospital logo on it. I was immediately reminded of something that had been repeatedly coming up for me – to contact NYU to release my records to a kidney transplant doctor for my friend in need of a kidney. It was time to act – that night I sent an email.
As I continued my walk, my thoughts drifted to the stress I was feeling from work, specifically the energy drain I was experiencing with certain individuals. The phrase “Energy Vampires” rang out loud and clear. The Sunday earlier I had been hanging out with a friend and she had mentioned “Energy Vampires.” Later that afternoon on my train ride home from work, I listened to a podcast by Christiane Northrup, MD. As I listened, I googled her and saw that she had written a book titled “Dodging Energy Vampires.” Since there are no coincidences, I am convinced that this was a sign of some sort.
The podcast was called “Ageless and Easy”: A Day Long Adventure in Living Well. Dr. Northrup shared many eye opening and powerful concepts and I was rapt with interest. At one point in her talk she played a rendition of “Unchained Melody” from the movie Ghost. I flashed back some twenty plus years when I had seen the movie with my wife.
In the movie there was a scene where this murderer dies and is transitioning. These dark force creatures come and take him away in a most scary way. At that point in the movie I had what I could only describe as a religious experience. Or perhaps it was an awakening. In the deepest part of my being I felt a profound sense of confirmation of the certainty in the existence of divine universal intelligence. For hours after the movie had ended I felt euphoric and the feeling stayed with me for some time and ultimately drifted.
The podcast had a similar effect on me. I believe there is a sign here and also in the other events that took place that day. That sign is a big arrow, pointing in the direction I am heading. Stay on course.