Mary Reed has been both blessed and challenged by what got her invited to do our podcast. The challenge was the struggle with what made her so different that no one could help her understand what was going on with her involuntary visions and insights into divine realms. We talk on the podcast about how valuable she has become in communicating from pure knowing – she opens her mouth and the universe speaks about how much more we are than we know and act from. Lest there be eyebrows raised, hearken to what happened at the start of our program: when an audience got seated to watch us do the podcast (there’s video Q&A with them from afterwards), Mary went around the room and called some 25 people by the first names she memorized as each person arrived. She exudes an energy I’d love to live with – just hanging with her is transformational. She’s just moved to the States after spending most of the last few years in virtual silence in a Buddhist nunnery in India, and, although I’d like her to base here, she’s in the DC area when she isn’t touring around memorizing names. Her book, Unwitting Mystic, starts with a meticulous attempt to kill herself, which she was able to plot from her knowledge as a health company executive who knew how to carefully time the ingestion of 97 prescription pills with alcohol so an exit would be painless and effective – except she inexplicably woke up a few days later.
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