Thirty-one years ago, Dr. Peebles' first words to me were, "You are a beautiful spirit!" and then he said, "What the world wants from you, is you."
Dr. Peebles has said through me for decades, "What someone says about you, tells you more about them, than it does about you." The first time that I heard this, I was befuddled. I thought that if someone told me I was ugly, then I was ugly, and I had to do something to rectify this so that the world would accept me. And, if I couldn't change this about myself, I would always be an unloveable loser. (Yes, this did happen.) By putting so much credence into what someone told me about myself, I would always end up feeling like a failure. I always fell short of the world's expectations of me. How would I ever be enough for the world?
Dr. Peebles was a naturopath, and became a medical doctor at the age of sixty. He wrote prolifically on the topics of Spiritualism and mysticism. He was a Spiritualist minister, and also a channel himself. He traveled the earth extensively, five times, visiting South Africa, China, Australia, Ireland, and other remote regions…all during a time when there were no airplanes! He was the American Consulate to Turkey. I once saw a show on the History Channel that mentioned Dr. Peebles, and that he was one of the founders of the Kellogg’s company, although, because of his controversial beliefs in spirits and natural medicine, he was considered to be the scourge of the company, and shunned. The Kellogg's company makes no mention of him as being one of the founders.