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THOMAS RAMEY WATSON PHD
One of Thomas Ramey Watson's prominent forebears on his mother's side was Jacques LaRamee. A number of places in the upper Rocky Mountain West bear his name to this day. Laramie, Wyoming is best known. Jacques was a renowned and influential explorer and fur-trapper. Because he was just, honest, and treated others, including the often-despised native Americans, well, he was held in high esteem. One winter, the story goes, the native Americans were starving, so they killed one of Ramee's cattle. He told his workers not to take action against them-they were hungry. Jacques shared with fellow free-trappers his theory that the world was wide and there was room enough for all. He had the courage to live his convictions and followed the beat of his own heart, not what was imposed on him from outside.
One of Ramee's progeny, psychotherapist, life coach, writer, and professor, Thomas Ramey Watson believes that journeying in various realms-of the mind, the physical world, and the soul-is central to enjoying a good life. The insights gleaned from becoming aware of the intersecting planes of existence lead us to fuller and more deeply lived lives.
Thomas Ramey Watson, Ph.D., is an affiliate faculty member of Regis University's College of Professional Studies in Denver, Colorado. He has served as the Episcopal chaplain (lay) for the Auraria Campus in Denver and taught English for the University of Colorado at Denver. He has trained as a psychotherapist and was named a Research Fellow at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University, a position he did not take, choosing to do postdoctoral work at Cambridge University instead.
He is the author of many scholarly writings, including an acclaimed book on Milton, Perversions, Originals, and Redemptions in Paradise Lost. His novel, Reading the Signs: A Paranormal Love Story will be published soon, as will two books of poetry, The Necessity of Symbols and The Body Is a Map.
Dr. Watson on his book:
Baltho, The Dog Who Owned a Man, the first in a three books series about my extraordinary experiences with dogs and cats that have come into my life. These animals have helped with my counseling, not just as typical therapy animals, but as co-therapists that point out things I may have missed without their intuitive insight.
Thomas R. Watson PhD
There have been many interpretations and predictions about the year 2012, known as the Mayan End Time.
In The Mayan Ouroboros, the much-anticipated follow-up to his bestselling Serpent of Light, spiritual researcher Drunvalo Melchizedek reveals for the first time what Mayan elders have told him about this period. He explains how to prepare for this transition to a new 13,000-year cycle by learning how to move out of our brain and into our hearts. He shares the Mayan insight of the importance of our heart connection to our survival and ability to thrive during these times.
The Maya believe that they have a responsibility to the world to provide the guidance necessary for humanity to make a change to perceive the One Reality in a new way from one’s heart. In other words, they wish to help leave this old world and enter a new world, which they believe is absolutely necessary at this time in history.
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The Mayan Ouroboros
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