The inspiration for this version of Light Path Resources came from the late Rev. Diane Chapin, a world-class vehicle/channel for The Buddha Consciousness. Please visit the Buddha Consciousness website for more information about Diane, her work and her writings.
As retired military and a multi-discipline aerospace/systems engineer for 48 years, Don had a “parallel life” of family and metaphysics research which naturally evolved into spiritual development. Along with his wife, Diane, he received his ministerial ordination from a Reno, NV-based church.
Following Diane’s transition in San Pedro, CA, Don moved back to Reno, then to Talent, OR where he volunteered at SCORE (as a small business advisor under the SBA) and helped initiate a local chapter of Veterans for Peace. During this time he also assembled and eventually published the materials that came through Diane (eleven books) and worked on his own two closely related books.
While moderating a Healing Earth meditation/low-level shamanic group for three years in Ashland, OR, and after having an event-filled life that had allowed him to experience far more than he ever could have imagined, he also found he was blessed with what he called Far Sight (inter-dimensional remote viewing of the Universal Energy processes the group initiated – see Manifesting Mechanics).
Michelene K. Bell was the Founder and Publisher of the spiritual publication, In Light Times, Concepts for Conscious Living, for 29 years. Since retiring, Michelene now offers her services as a professional freelance writer and proofreader who brings clarity and heart to the written word. Michelene enjoys great friends, fantastic food, travel, creative endeavors and having fun exploring new adventures. See her services at: www.MicheleneKBell.com. Visit articles-blog.michelenekbell.com, www.Twitter.com/MicheleneKBell or www.Facebook.com/MicheleneKBell
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