By Carla L. Rueckert
A WANDERER'S instruction manual is a reference guide for non secular outsiders: those who consider they're ETs or who think they're remoted of their non secular trip. It explores the alienation that units such seekers aside, the different types of the ache of dwelling, the therapeutic of the incarnation, the invention of the life's project, and the way to reside a devotional existence in a hectic international
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Uo, transcript dated March 15, 1998, p. 5. Hatonn, transcript dated August 2, 1979, p. 5. Barbara, letter dated November 9, 1996. Frances, letter dated November 20, 1996. Gypsee, letter dated O ober 10, 1997. Bjorn from Copenhagen, Denmark, letter dated March 5, 1999. Brisis, letter dated February 13, 1998. Silver Sullivan, letter dated August 20, 1998. Zub, letter dated March 8, 1999. Mary, letter dated May 5, 1997. ’uo, transcript dated May 4, 1992, p. 6. Norma Talvik, letter dated August 11, 1998.
The methods used to awaken wanderers are varied. The center of each approach is the entrance into the conscious and subconscious in such a way as to avoid causing fear and to maximize the potential for an understandable, subje ive experience which has meaning for the entity. Many such occur in sleep, others in the midst of many a ivities during the waking hours. The approach is ﬂexible and dœs not necessarily include the Close Encounter syndrome, as you are aware. Questioner: What about the physical examination syndrome?
For many wanderers, it begins right in the early years of the birth family. ’uo says: So, at the heart of being a wanderer is that feeling of dislocation, of being in the world but not of the world in which you ﬁnd yourselves. Because this situation seems full of discomfort, many who have wandered here are simply miserable without ﬁnding any comfort. To respond to that need for comforting some who have responded have leaned in their discussions heavily towards comforting wanderers by encouraging a sense of separation from native Earth humans.