Q: Why did you decide to write this book?
Author: When originally transcribing the Kuan Yin Law of Attraction material, I discerned many law of attraction concepts I had not previously been familiar with—for example, humanity’s “collective agreement” regarding the present paradigm, “planetary imprints” and the quantum nature of the law of attraction. Realizing the authenticity, originality and timeliness of the material, I have (since the actual Kuan Yin channelings) devoted myself to this and other related Kuan Yin/law of attraction writing projects.
Indeed, to satisfy my client-centered Hypnosis internship practitioner hour requirements, I agreed to hypnotize Lena Lees. To my amazement, I heard Lena speak, while in trance, powerful phrases and metaphor that were utterly foreign to her. Incredibly, upon waking from her trance, she remembered nothing.
Believing Lena’s first encounter with the Goddess Kuan Yin was a chance one-time event, I listened attentively (but with a healthy skepticism) during our second session together. By the third episode, I knew that something remarkable had occurred.
From her first hypnosis induction, forward, Lena realized she had a personal ‘channel’; some mysterious and lingering association with Kuan Yin.
From the onset, it appeared Lena had a natural affinity with the Goddess. Further into this channeling phenomenon, it was revealed that Lena had worshipped Kuan Yin throughout many lifetimes, that because of their former relationship Lena’s personage is imminently compatible for bearing this Goddess’s compassionate message.
When transcribing the Kuan Yin material, I often wondered if Kuan Yin somehow knew Lena would always ask selfless questions, that because of her love for humanity, Lena also had true compassion. Indeed, to facilitate an authentic channeling of Kuan Yin’s law of attraction theories, the once separate consciousnesses of Lena and Kuan Yin were inextricably bound during each of the sessions. Typically, Lena’s trance discourse (along with masterfully interpreting Kuan Yin’s unique language and ever-transforming visages) involved questions spontaneously rising up into her consciousness.
Kuan Yin’s unique language styling and vast spiritual lexicon is a form of non-linear language. (In many world traditions, there exist classic variations on non-linear language including shamanic journeys and speaking in tongues.) Lena was confronted (at the onset of each discourse) with the challenge of navigating the sometimes-foreboding waters of out-of-time reality. In addition to deciphering Kuan Yin’s nonlinear verbiage, Lena would routinely describe an amazing phenomenon: the Deity’s complex and rapidly morphing visages.
Q: Do you have any secret writing tips you’d like to share?
Author: I try to never overdo. I like to complete a certain section at a time and then review it the next day. In that way, I will have a fresh, objective approach to the material.
Q: Tell us a quirky or funny story about you!
Author: When I was born, my parents sought out a psychic in New York, requesting a psychic reading about me. Growing up, I was informed that the psychic mentioned I would someday be a writer. Even though I took some college writing courses, my passion had always been art: specifically oil and watercolor painting. I did, however, have an early interest in New Age spirituality. Only when I understood the essentiality of the Kuan Yin material, however, did I truly become interested in writing. One evening (way before the advent of Kuan Yin), I had an interesting dream. In it I was in a used book store (in the future) searching for a particular book. When I asked the owner of the book store if she had a copy, she exclaimed: “It isn’t here because you haven’t written it yet!”
Q: Have you ever battled writer’s block? How do you deal with it?
Q: What’s your favorite quote?
Author: Let the magic happen. It is always there. Abundance and love are always there. Believe in the highest good. There is a higher essence to everything. The realm you’re in has a heaviness that mutes energy. You can penetrate through it, no matter how dark and heavy…Just don’t forget to keep it open. Don’t get too bogged down…Prosperity can happen at any time.
Q: Who inspires you the most?
Author: My family