I have so many souls to thank.
I’d like to thank Casey for all of her beautiful poems and her words of wisdom throughout my journey. Hearing from her almost every single day helped me endure. Casey, you are an incredible inspiration to me in so many ways.
I’d like to thank Dan for allowing me to stay at his house on the Russian River and for taking me on the tour of the California coast. That meant a lot to me.
I’d like to thank Pam, Stan and Stan’s mother for giving me a place to stay in the bay area. Pam has since gotten rid of her tumor, and she is currently in the healing process. I hope people will continue to pray for her recovery.
I’d like to thank Sam (alias) for providing me a safe, secure, beautiful place to stay in Palm Springs. I could not have asked for a better time.
I’d like to thank Ken (alias) for the beautiful heart connection and the opportunity to help with his journey.
I’d like to thank Todd and Mark (alias’) for hosting me in the Phoenix area. I still can’t get over how beautiful their house and landscape was.
I’d like to thank the people at the Metaphysical Life Enrichment Center (MLEC) for a beautiful meditation in the Las Cruces area.
I’d like to thank Ilya for the beautiful photos taken at White Sands, New Mexico.
I’d like to thank God for getting me from Carlsbad Caverns to Big Bend National Park and then to San Antonio, Texas safely. That was one of the most beautiful, yet scary drives I’d ever taken by myself.
I’d like to thank Taylor (alias) for an incredible time in San Antonio. I honestly felt like I was at home the entire time I stayed at your house, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the movies, taking the tour of Lost Maples and listening to your music. Thank you so much!
I’d like to thank my two friends in the Pecan Grove RV Park in Austin, Texas. You both made my stay there very comfortable and familiar, even though I’d never been there before.
I’d like to thank my Mexican friend and Mancha for a beautiful tour of the Austin area. I had a lovely time.
I hope I do not forget anyone!
I’d like to thank the guys at the campground in Steele, Alabama. That was a lot of fun!
I’d like to thank the spirit on Cherokee land for accompanying me. I feel very honored to have been a part of that experience. I’d also like to thank the spirit for showing up in the photo by the fire.
I’d like to thank my sister for providing me a warm, safe place to stay in the Gatlinburg area.
I’d like to thank my brother for providing a place for me to stay in the Galax, Virginia area.
I’d like to thank Jake (alias) for showing me around Roanoke and for providing the inexpensive hotel room, among other things. I’d also like to thank the waiter in the restaurant for providing me the opportunity to help clear up some issues with family.
I’d like to thank Barb for the donations, the time of sharing and the beautiful message after our departure. I’m so happy for you and your husband, Barb!
I’d like to thank my cousin for hosting me while in Washington, DC. It wasn’t the first time, and I’m sure it won’t be the last. You’ve been there for me many times. I’ll always be grateful!
I’d like to thank everyone at the Arlington Metaphysical Chapel for their inspiration and insight. I am amazed at wonderment every time I visit AMC.
I’d like to thank my niece and her boyfriend in Wilmington, North Carolina for making me feel like a truly loved family member. Tonya, thank you for your unconditional love throughout the many years!
I’d like to thank my aunt and my cousins for showing me a really good time in Bethel, North Carolina. I’m so glad we were able to spend some time together.
I’d like to thank the many people in every campground and hotel. Your hospitality will always be appreciated.
I’d like to thank my spirit guides, teachers and angels for watching over me the entire time, and knowing when to challenge me and when to make things a little easier for me. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to endure.
I’d like to thank every animal that made itself known to me. Your messages of wisdom were always appreciated. I tried very hard to honor every one of you the best way that I knew how. Special thanks go to the hawk(s).
I’d like to thank my mother’s spirit for being one of my guardian angels. I hope I always recognize you when you have a message for me.
I’d like to thank Kabbalah for all of the wisdom and inspiration. I thoroughly enjoyed every meditation. They not only taught me something new, but they also allowed me to pass on the knowledge to other souls. I hope that my journey did the 72 Names of God Kabbalah meditations justice.
I’d like to thank Cheryl for turning me onto the 72 Names of God meditation cards, and for her continued support throughout my journey.
I’d like to thank my friend, Steven Borges. He not only provided a beautiful healing ceremony a few days before I set out on my journey, but he also did some healing work on my niece, Tonya. Shaman Rising Healing | http://www.shamanrising.com
I’d like to thank every musician, songwriter and singer for all of the songs that I used throughout my journey. Music has always been a big part of my life and self-expression.
I’d like to thank DailyOm and Astro.com for their continued wisdom and insight. I’d also like to thank the “Animal Spirits” web site.
I’d like to thank everyone who contributed to the 72 Days of God survey. It truly means a lot to me that you all took the time to participate and answer my questions.
I know I forget someone!
I’d like to thank Sandra for the lovely message and the incredible donation.
I’d like to thank everyone who donated money to my journey, and who wanted to give money but was unable to. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
I’d like to thank the Tarot Card reader in Eureka, California, and the Runes reader in Tucson, Arizona.
I’d like to thank all of the Seers who offered insight into what my journey would be like before I left Portland.
I’d like to thank my chariot for staying strong and providing me a safe vehicle for moving around.
I’d like to thank every waitperson in every restaurant that I ate in.
I’d like to thank all family members who showed their concern for me while traveling in the desert. Thanks to my nephew and niece for the beautiful email messages.
I’d like to thank the police officers in Shreveport, Louisiana for not giving me too much trouble. I still look back on that experience with a certain amount of curiosity.
I’d like to thank the shop owners in Texas for helping me get the gum out of my pants, and for taking me on a tour of their property.
I’d like to thank the creator for providing me with the wisdom and courage to embark on a journey that my soul had been asked to take.
Thanks to everyone who has followed me on my journey. It meant a great deal to me to be able to share such a trip.
If I have forgotten someone, please speak up. I will be glad to add you to my thank you list.
Thank you so much – William Christopher Jordan