Recently, I had a quadruple heart bypass.  In fact, I am still in level three level of care in a facility that has round the clock nurses and other support.  The purpose of level three is to get the patient strong enough to return home.

My heart was in a very “serious” condition.  All the major opening was 98% blocked.  As Dr. Steven Wilson from Hawaii said, “fifty-percent of people in your condition find out by being dead.” 

As you probably know this operation is very intense.  The heart is actually taken out and the patient is alive only because of a machine that pretends to be a heart.  Of course, the patient is supposed to be totally unconscious.

In my case, this was not the case.  Miraculously, when I shut my eyes I could watch my brain work.  Electron-like particles were shooting through my head faster and more numerous than I could count.  Watching this seemed timeless. Related: Claire Wineland Unconscious lucid dreaming.

Suddenly, I had a negative thought, and everything turned deep blood red. As soon as I let it go of the less than positive thought the electron-like particles shooting through my head went back to normal. I then went positive and everything turned gold. Fascinated, I continued to do this for seemed a very long time.

This brought this back to what I have many years ago.  It came from reading page nine-nine in the book Rolling Thunder (an American Indian medicine man by Doug Boyd}.  Here is what it says:

Speak with Good Purpose

People have to be responsible for their thoughts, so they have to learn to control them.  It may not be easy, but it can be done.  First of all, if we don’t want to think certain things we don’t say them.  We don’t have to eat everything we see, and we don’t have to say everything we think.  So, we begin by watching our words and speaking with good purpose only.

There are times when we must have clear and pure minds with no unwanted thoughts and we have to prepare steadily for those times until we are ready.  We don’t have to say or think what we don’t wish to.  We have a choice in those things, and we have to realize that and practice using that choice.

There is no use condemning yourself for the thoughts and ideas and dreams that come into your mind; so there’s no use arguing with yourself or fighting your thoughts.  Just realize that you can think what you choose.  You don’t have to pay any attention to those unwanted thoughts.  If they keep coming into your head, just let them alone and say, “I choose not to have such thoughts,” and they will soon go away.

If you keep a steady determination and stick with that purpose you will know how to use that choice and control you consciousness so unwanted thoughts don’t come to you anymore.  Then you can experience purification completely and in the right way and no impurities can exist in your mind or body at any time.

                                                                                     Rolling Thunder

                            American Indian, Medicine Man

I experienced the power of this at Hawthorne/Stone, a real estate company in San Francisco started by two wonderful partners.  The entire company became much softer with each other and our clients when we lived Rolling Thunder’s teaching.  It was definitely the single most impactful policy implemented during my tenure there. Harvard Business: From purpose to impact.

Here I am in the middle of quadruple heart bypass surgery having the exact same experience.  It was no longer an intellectual concept; it was a direct experience.  Each time I went negative the inside of my head went

red.  Each time I went positive my heard was filled with golden light.  WOW! Direct experience within my skull that staying positive, no matter what, is critical not only to my well-being but to all Earthians as well.

The bright light filled the room when two monks and their lovely female assistant arrived.  They hand brought a letter from the vice Abbot in Thailand. I had unintentionally named him “the wise Abbot” when I was teaching there.  No one corrected me. Others at the temple, when speaking with me, referred to him as the “wise Abbot” too.

It happened again when a head of Nephrology visited.  I believe she is from India.  The entire room lit with golden energy; I held and kissed her hands; it felt wonderful.

This is not to say that this “golden energy” is a transformation; it is far more a discipline.  Today, I went to a movie with Simone and the two munchkins. Both going in and leaving the littlest one allowed the wheelchair to hit me from behind.  Not only did it hurt it scared me; falling felt like the outcome.

The result, I scolded the six-year-old and her apology was not acceptable.  The only acceptable outcome was to be more awake and not do it again.  What I did was not “Golden Light” behavior.

Tomorrow, I will apologize for this behavior to both of the munchkins.  The only acceptable behavior is spreading Golden Light.  Do I do it perfectly?  Not yet. It is a process right now.  Hopefully, sometime in the future, I will be living in its destination. Nicole Koch: Making lifestyle changes stick.

I am a comprehensivist:

“What can I do for you?”


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Attorney, real estate developer, businessman, educator, editor, scholar, inventor, negotiator, author, visionary and public speaker. Marshall holds a BA degree from Union College of New York: The Cohen H. Kerr award for the highest academic average at Boston University; Boston University’s Utopia Award and the Maud Folsom Foundation Award which grants an annual scholarship for as long as an individual attends school or until age thirty-five.
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