Monday, September 2, 2019

dream communications from Jim Hendrick after he died in Key West

Yesterday brought three new people into the discussions about the recent crossing over of Jim Hendrick, of Key West, as reported in the three previous posts at this blog. Wayne Lewis and I already were involved:

  • Brian Morr Wayne Lewis Buddhism is not a "false religion" or a religion at all, it is a philosophy of life. I am an old style of Buddhist called Shaolin Buddhist and Jim didn't live it the way I do but maybe he lived it in the way of his sect. I don't know and won't judge but your judgement is uneducated and just plain cold hearted dude.

  • Brian Morr Take your stupid philosophy of "false religion" and shove it!

  • Wayne Lewis then a false philososphy

  • Sloan Bashinsky Wayne, I think you might wish to consider you really do not have everything all figured out. You are not God. There is no way you can know everything, but you come across as if you do, and you are creating karma (as you sow, you reap) for yourself, which you cannot possibly imagine, by persisting with your judgments about that which you seem to know very little.

    Thank you, Brian, for commenting. I had trouble reconciling Jim Hendrick saying he was a Buddhist with some of the things he did during the time I knew him. He seemed to view life as a game to be played to the hilt. At times, a chess game. I thought he represented and ran with some people I would not have cared to spend much time with, nor would I have wanted to introduce them to people I cared about. I wondered what kind karma Jim might be creating for himself, even as I wondered the same about myself. In my one dream about him since he crossed over, already reported, he said to me, he did something? As if he was wondering what might lie in store for him because he did it?

    I am not a Buddhist, but have had Buddhist friends and have read a bit about Buddhism, most particularly the Tibetan strain. One of them, a generation older than myself, was a close friend of the Dalai Lama, and she told some interesting stories about her dealings with him, which defied conventional thinking.

    An old friend, who belongs to no particular religion, told me years ago that she was born with psychic abilities, but kept them mostly to herself until she was dragged by Something, literally, away from a good paying corporate job into being a psychic counselor, which she did for many years. She says she now is being transitioned into a new line of work, which will take a couple of years. Here's what she texted me about Jim Hendrick on August 25, and then posted yesterday on my blog.:

    Gloria ReiserSeptember 1, 2019 at 8:11 PM
    All good points. Though WAIT.... remember last weekend when you had mentioned Jim in texts to me. And I then texted you my experience early morning on August 25? See copy below:

    I was slipping back into sleep and a man came to me with a message immediately. I have not met Jim nor seen photo of him that I recall. But feel certain it was him. Communication was telepathic. Big globs of info conveyed in a package. Once package of info translated in my mind into words then more info sent. See next text. Don't want to lose any of this

    Part 2. He was trying to explain that he is attempting to communicate with you directly. To let you know that he was in and out between this world and other worlds and spirit before "officially leaving life" perspective broadens immediately when physical body finally shed. See next text

    Part 3. Not to worry about him. He has much to do to resolve karma (not the word used but translates to karma in larger sense) but understanding is so clear now. He is resting in preparation for that work. See next text

    Part 4. There was the essence of a female form traveling with him. She seemed to be an ancestor like a grandmother or great grandmother though her appearance was that of younger than him. Her energy very soothing. I'm losing bits and pieces of this experience even as I write it. I remember he expressed he will continue to attempt to communicate with you directly so you can hear it from him. See next text

    Part 5. Sloan this is my take away from the experience. He is amazed at hugely heightened awareness after leaving earth form and is processing not only surprise and wonder of that but also the meaning, learning and interplay of energies comprising his life as Jim
    The above are direct copy pastes from texts sent you on August 25 between 7:25 am and 7:39 am. I had been unable to fall asleep until after 3:30 am for some reason. Then a sound woke me around 6:30 am. I was attempting to return to sleep for hopefully a couple more hours when in slipping toward sleep the experience reported above took place.

  • Sloan Bashinsky Here is my reply to Gloria at my blog last night:

    Yes, I remember those texts.

    Only heard directly from Jim the one time in a dream, right after Todd German called me to say he was struggling with Jim having passed over.

    Have no doubt Jim and/or angels somehow arranging or prompting this string of blog posts about Jim.

    Had a dream in which a woman told me I had said there would be five hearts. Thought that was about five Jim-related comments in my texts to Todd, responding to his insistence that I participate in the invitation from Jim's widow to write about him from my own experiences.

    Being the former head lunatic of open air insane asylum Key West, which even Jim recognized, it's no wonder to me that my contributions to his widow's request wander a bit beyond what lesser, or normal, Key West loonies might write.

    Also in play might be Key West sits atop a powerful inverted earth energy vortex, which if spinning the other way, might well cause the city to be another New Age-ish Sedona or Stonehenge, but in its current rotation alignment, well, perhaps that's why they call it Key Weird.

    I'm still wondering if you, the fellow who wrote to me above, myself or anyone else hears from or about Jim in dreamtime tonight?

    I can say from my discussions with Jim over the years, he was a bit of a skeptic about dreams, spirit beings and life after death, which puzzled me, him being a Buddhist.

  • Sloan Bashinsky I don't recall dreaming about Jim last night, but I had dreams pointing me toward what several other people and I were saying in a discussion about something, and this being the only discussion I'm in with several people ...

Here is Gloria Reiser's first comment under yesterday's post at this blog, and my reply, which led to her second comment reported above:

Why is it that people like Wayne often seem to be okay about or even relish the fact that non-Christians or perhaps even Christians who do not agree with them will be sent into "The Lake of Fire" for eternity? Why are they not imploring of God to not do that to otherwise good people whose main fault may be that of having been born into and accepted the beliefs, teachings, traditions, and dogma of another culture? And as far as that goes, why would God cause some to be born into traditions other than Christian, if one must be Christian to be saved? .... those millions of individuals thus facing an enormous stumbling block or challenge "testing" that Christians are by reason of birth exempt from? This inquiring mind wants to know. I've read the Bible through and through several times and cannot cite chapter and verse explaining that.
  1. I wonder if Wayne Lewis had a non-religious beef with Jim, as well?

    I knew a number of people in Key West and the Florida Keys, and many, many more elsewhere in America, and I found them when I traveled abroad, who were absolutely convinced Lewis’ views of God, Jesus and salvation are accurate.

    I suppose at least one-half of all of Christendom shares that harsh elitist view.

    However, I don’t see God has anything to do with it, and I think Jesus shakes his head over how he is perceived in Christendom today.

    Spin doctors have existed since the beginning of time. As have misunderstandings thought to be absolute truths.

    How did Judas betray Jesus, when he did exactly what Jesus told him to do?

    Christians once faced execution for doubting the world was flat and the sun revolved around it.

    The mystical Carmelite monk, Juan de la Cruz (John of the Cross), was persecuted and killed by the Inquisition, for heresy, and centuries later the Roman Church made him a saint.

    As for your questions to God, why don’t you ask “Him”? Maybe you will get something back, which I’d love to see you post in a second comment.

    Maybe God will tell you how Jim Hendrick is doing now, which you also can report in your second comment.

    I’m pretty sure, though, that God does not choose people’s parents, but that is something an incoming soul and angels decide, together.

    A fellow in Key West I know only somewhat, emailed today:

    “Wayne Lewis should keep his religious views to himself. His anti-Buddhism comments border on bigotry. I am sure my friend Jim Hendrick is doing just fine wherever he is."

    I replied:

    “What's the difference between Lewis' Christian fundamentalist view and the view that men are superior to women, that straight people are superior to LBGTs, that white people are superior to black people, brown people, yellow people, red people, etc.?
    “Maybe Jim will come to you in a dream and tell you how he's doing, and you pass that along for me to share on my blog.

I am publishing the above now, but might add more to it, if I hear from other people today.

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