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"The universe is not only stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine."  


- Sir Arthur Eddington

When I retired to the woods of South Carolina I wanted to experience a passion similar to those who built Stonehenge - strong enough to inspire me to move mega-ton boulders halfway across England. That is to say, I retired with an agenda. “Okay God, it’s you and me. No structures No restrictions. No theology. No holds barred. Twenty-four hours a day. You are my only passion. You say you like a challenge? Bring it on!” Like Jacob of old who wrestled with God, I had one prayer on my lips: “I will not let you go until you bless me!”


Imagine my surprise when, in a totally unexpected way, God answered and did just that!


"We grow in stages. In Western culture we’ve named some of them childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and the “golden years.”

Once you go through a few of these, if you’re an introspective sort at all, you discover that the end of one stage and the beginning of another is marked by an unsettling time that may last for a few years. A boy isn’t quite ready to give up his childhood toys, for instance. He doesn’t want to play with them, necessarily. But he’s not quite ready to throw them away, either. A college student usually needs to go back to visit the old high school at least once during the first year after graduation. An elder wants to visit old haunts or do some youthful activity “one more time.”

This is perfectly normal. In order to enter a new stage of life, the old stage must be put away. We “die” to ourselves - at least the “self” we used to be. And death is rarely painless.

-Jim Willis

From Faith, Trust, & Belief: A Trilogy of the Spirit

JW2 Publications

Featured Video:

The science of spirit guides - a  British Society of Dowsers Zoom talk by Jim Willis, on 18th April, 2024. Jim Willis' presentation delves into his personal journey and beliefs about spirituality, dowsing, and the intersection of the material and spiritual worlds. He starts by detailing his background as a minister, academic, and musician, and his transition towards seeking deeper spiritual experiences beyond conventional religion.

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