A few days after I heard that Harvey Jackins died, I had a dream about him. I was working through fear at the time. In this dream he assured me that there was nothing to fear. His face was as I had seen it in his videos -- assured, impatient with patterns, and radiating human concern. I woke up with such a sense of peace.

His counseling was the most effective I'd seen in my five years in the "mental health" profession. He was a Renaissance man, a genius, an amazing soul and friend. I thank him for creating this movement. Getting close in this way cuts through all the pretension our societies push on us.

  1. Dawn Graham
    Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA


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