It can be described as a knowing from somewhere deep inside. It’s a knowing that stands alone.
So this experience is very personal, and that is where it must begin for each one who feels drawn.”
Robert is the living connection to bring you back into the World of your Creator !
To where your vision and response is always calm and precise and where there is no sense of reaction under any circumstance.
Your overall response will change and the “poor me” program will stop working almost immediately.
He came into this world to help us see past the limitations and you will feel the generation of your own vision.
Stay close to him and the power that is needed will come to you at a moment’s notice and Magic and Miracles will once again fill your life.
The best gift you can give to yourself in the whole Universe!
–Elisabeth de El Sol – Where Heaven touches Earth
–About Barbara Whiting-Young
Barbara’s story reveals a multi-talented, outgoing and dedicated one involved in lifting others up to a better life and all the while deeply steeped in music. Born into a family of musicians, she thought it very natural to attend concerts where her uncle conducted the NBC Symphony. In fact, as a very young child visiting friends with her mother, she asked where their piano was. Playing the piano was her greatest expression along with singing and interpretive dance. Practice and rehearsals always led to a performance. As a member of the Fairfield County Chorale, Barbara sang the Verdi Requiem in Carnegie Hall. Walking onto that hallowed stage, she felt all the “greats” who have performed there including her grandmother and mother who both sang with the Scholar Contorum under the baton of Arturo Toscanini and her uncle Milton who was Toscanini’s assistant conductor. One night, she sang at Lincoln Center from 10pm to 5am the next morning. They sang, “The Knights of the Templar” while the audience were on cushions throughout the hall. At the end of the concert, the choir, on cue, standing in the first tier, tossed cherry blossoms out over the audience. There were many concert tours of Europe, starting with her high school choir which was invited to represent the youth of America.
Barbara spent seven years working in two Psychiatric Centers in New York City. Program Director of the Geriatric Division at Kingsboro in Brooklyn and then Program Director of Creedmoor in Queens. Seven years equalled one hundred years of experience for Barbara. All while raising her family as a single parent and going to school at night to complete her Master’s Degree. Private practice followed being out on compensation. All modalities were studied and put into practice but a deep connection with her clients always was best.
For many years, she belonged to a community of friends who were all involved in a spiritual teaching happening in Toronto, Canada. Many, many driving trips from New York and then Connecticut.
Searching became the mode and there were many workshops attended and all the while she kept hearing the song, “Is That All There Is?”
While attending the first section of a workshop in Orlando, Florida, Barbara realized that the third section was one that she really wanted to take. However, there was a problem with the timing and the only location that the second section was being offered was in Australia. How crazy is that? Travel to Australia for a workshop??? Yes, five of us did just that……and my life changed!
She met Kristina who invited her to visit in New South Wales….They were in Melbourne and Barbara had no knowledge of the distance and said “Yes!” It was there that she met Robert Young. Nine months later they were married and her life truly began!