First there's a number of mistakes that I made in this podcast. (Note: Not that Jennifer makes, but that I make). One is that the film Dementia 13 was made in 1963, not 1967.
Then there's a discussion with Elvis about his granddaughter Riley, who has a daughter who is not an actress, at least yet; she's only 2.
People sometimes complain that there are "too many celebrities on our podcast" - again, Jennifer is not in charge of the guest list, I ask Luana Anders to bring the guest list.
In this case, a friend of Jennifer's came through first, Eddie Hassell, a young actor who was killed in Texas some years back. He wanted to talk about her event that she did the previous night in a private setting.
Then Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie came through not to talk about themselves, or their journey, but to point out that our loved ones are always available, always nearby, and that there are people who are suffering over that on the planet, and they wanted to weigh in on the topic.
Jennifer mentions a free meditation app, it's called InsightTimer.com - it has free guided meditations on it. Also there's a reference to my book DIVINE COUNCILS IN THE AFTERLIFE (DivineCouncils.com)
We do this podcast to remind people that their loved ones are always nearby, that they are accessible, that's it's not hard or impossible to chat with them, to bypass the filters to do so - and worth the effort, whether it's Uncle Eddie or Uncle Elvis who stops by to chat.
We can always learn something new from them.
Also a shout out to Tom Petty, thanks for stopping by to confirm that the opening line from "American Girl" came from a line he heard in "Dementia 13."
But he noted that the reason he knew about Luana and our class was much more complicated than that simple notion - because there are connections upon connections will people offstage. And they know how that works.
Hope this helps.