Continuing Education in Older Years

download (62)Sometimes it’s a bit of a shock to return to university and take up studies again in courses that you have an interest in but little knowledge about. That’s what happened to me after a commission was received to remove the wall of blindness and speak to the world about reincarnation. Visions followed that took me on a journey to understand where religions and other things have their roots. At the pinnacle of that learning curve I faced a giant mountain that had to be climbed.

That mountain was immense and it was shown to me over and again in visions and the direction to take was made very clear. First I had to sit an exam to qualify for entrance to the Australian National University. After some 30 years since my last exam I passed it with flying colours. Then came a decision about what subjects to take when the University made contact with an offer.

For some time, the Spirit had taken me along a path whereby language split up into original components and the meaning of words were suddenly taking on the role of records that no one could change. In every word we speak the past is highlighted once the code is broken. This lead me to undertake studies in archaeology, anthropology, linguistics, and philosophy.

At the age of 53 I thought it would be impossible for me to fit in with the younger crowd but that was wrong. I not only fitted in but kept right up there with them. The subjects proved to be a breeze given the research done previously. The lecturers had no problem with my work and were often astounded by my knowledge.

While not many would be coming from where the Spirit had taken me after my reincarnation it is something I can recommend to anyone. With a background of research and observations throughout my life to understand how and why people think and act as they do the courses were not only enjoyable but they changed my life.

There are so many things that older folk can still learn and putting their brain back in action through studies is a great way to overcome mental aging.