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"There’s been so much loss, grief and heartbreak in 2020 that it feels almost wrong to be compiling our traditional annual list of good news. Things can and do fall apart, and this year it felt like they really did. Amazing as it may seem however, there were also big wins for conservation, living standards, peace, safety and human rights, clean energy, and yes, even global health." Future Crunch https://futurecrun.ch/
- increased ocean conservation
- elimination of certain Third World diseases
- reduction in terrorism worldwide
- improved living standards worldwide
- advancement in clean energy
Dolores Cannon was a pioneer in the field of past-life regression. Her interest in hypnosis goes back to the 1960s when she and her husband began to experiment with hypnosis.
In Five Lives Remembered, Dolores Cannon writes, "...[T]his book is the story of my beginning in this fascinating field. It all began through the work and curiosity of my husband. I was merely an observer holding the microphone for the entranced subject and making numerous notes. But if it hadn't been for this innocent and naïve beginning I would never have been led to seek out the path that has led to numerous journeys down the road to the unknown. Without this strange and unusual event occurring in my life during 1968, I would probably be a "normal" housewife and grandmother, and none of these adventures would have ever been recorded. Such are the laws of chance and... coincidence?" (p. 234)
In this book, we read about the families of some of the men and women who died on 9/11. The author, Bonnie McEneaney, tells the stories and relates the unusual happenings told to her by families in the days after the destruction of the World Trade Center that the they believed to be messages from their loved ones. To me, the book provides validity to the belief that life continues after our bodies die and that our loved ones continue to remember us and "look out" for us.
Over twenty years ago, Bob Olson was a private investigator. After graduating with a degree in Criminology in 1985, Olson apprenticed with a private investigation agency where he continued to learn and practice investigative procedures and evidence evaluation.