Fixing Tires and Sharing Jesus
I’m in Oklahoma City now, and my situation has really changed. One of Swami’s students said, “You need to give a workshop on the Five Elements.” So, I started cold calling people from Natural Awakenings Magazine – a spiritual magazine. I’ve been contacting yoga studios and it has started to take on a life of its own. I’ve been calling people, leaving messages and emailing them.
The spiritual community here in Oklahoma City is really excited about what’s happening. I received a call yesterday from someone who wanted to meet me, which ended up in three new souls coming for satsang. This is the first time I had met these people. We went and sat underneath some trees and talked. I shared about the knowledge and afterwards one of the women shared about her father being ill with cancer. The energy told me that I need to share some of the JC water.
Then she said, “By the way, Jesus was on your shoulder.” I asked, “What do you mean?” She said across the street was a field with a beautiful and amazing painting of Jesus. Afterwards, I went over and touched his feet and thanked him.
To make a long story short, it is true what Swami said when we left the Soul University that it will take three to four years for the energy to digest in each soul and then the energy will make us to do the work! It is really, really amazing how souls are coming out of nowhere to meet me and how the knowledge is coming out and being shared. It is really beautiful.
A week ago, I helped a guy on the side of the road with a flat tire who didn’t have a spare. He spoke only a little bit of English. I recognized him from the community. While I was helping him, I went into his trunk for something and saw a statue of Jesus! I took him to get a jack and his tire fixed. When we came back, his gratitude and heart were so — I’m getting goose bumps — it was so beautiful like a dove. I mean it was so pure. He was so happy and had so much gratitude. I was getting ready to leave and guess what he did? He goes to his trunk and gives me his hand painted statue of Jesus that he had just brought from Mexico. I asked, “Are you sure?” He said, “I want you to have this. You’re supposed to have this.”
I am literally diving in and doing the ‘work’. My other job has ended. I had a call this morning and I will be meeting five people this Saturday. The people I met yesterday asked me do satsang tomorrow morning, and they are telling everyone they know in the community to come to this satsang. I’m feeling, ’Oh my God, what is going on?!"