A Dream, A Wastepaper Basket and Glenn Yarbrough: The Power of Intuition

A Dream, A Wastepaper Basket and Glenn Yarbrough: The Power of Intuition

Today I was looking for a YouTube video of Morrie playing basketball and stumbled upon this talk on “The Power of Intuition” that I gave years ago at an Open Circle Lecture Series in Ajijic. There is some introductory material, so if you jump ahead to the 6 minute 30 second mark, you will start viewing at the introduction for my talk: “The Power of Intuition.”  Hope you enjoy it.  Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yYVmLDttDM&t=390s

16 thoughts on “A Dream, A Wastepaper Basket and Glenn Yarbrough: The Power of Intuition

  1. msjadeli

    Just finished listening to your youtube talk, Judy. I enjoyed learning about your experiences and how you attribute them to opening yourself up to intuition. Uncanny the amount of serendipity through your experiences. You’re a good speaker!

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      1. msjadeli

        You’re welcome. It was well-composed. You did a good job of pulling it all together at the end. I’m glad I’m not the only one these types of incidents happen to. It’s good to know it happens to others as well.

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Thanks for watching. I know it was long. When you look at the odds of meeting anyone you feel deeply in touch with and work back through your life, you realize how many chances there were to totally miss out on contact.. and life takes on an interesting weave. Don’t forget to tell me your Rod McKuen story… J

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      So glad you enjoyed it. It was a bit embarrassing posting it, especially because Forgottenman informed me I’d posted it before a few years ago. I’m hopeless. On to the next thing and the past vanishes…I really did watch it with no idea of what was going to be talked about next. One advantage and disadvantage of getting older, I guess. Maybe I shouldn’t throw away all those old videos I’ve been meaning to get rid of.

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        1. lifelessons Post author

          Oh, no. I mean the video movies from years ago. One part of me says I’ve seen them and shouldn’t waste time watching again. Another part realizes it’s been so long that they’ll seem like new movies to me. Rehash and relive or be on to new adventures? I guess writers need to do both.

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