Interview With Author Elaine Seiler
Humanity is undergoing a new phase of evolution as significant as when humankind emerged from the primordial ooze and walked on land. With her new book, Multi-Dimensional You: Exploring Energetic Evolution, Elaine Seiler is at the forefront of explaining this "energetic evolution." Elaine Seiler chatted with me about her personal experience and discovery of transformation energetics.
Author and energetics expert Elaine Seiler (SAY Sigh-ler) is at the forefront of explaining humanity's "energetic evolution" and how we can cope and thrive in the face of rapid change. Elaine is a life and career coach, researcher, mother and grandmother. In 1992, after 20 years of work as a career consultant and life coach, she discovered energetics, the study and use of multi-dimensional energies and their interplay with life on earth. She is the author of Multi-Dimensional You: Exploring Energetic Evolution and Your Multi-Dimensional Workbook: Exercises for Energetic Awakening.
Carol Lawrence: Elaine, how did you get started on the path of Transformation Energetics TM.?
Elaine Seiler: In the late 1980’s everything in my life changed, except that I still had 4 children and was still in my body – My Dad died, a Mother substitute died, my relationship of 10 years ended, the house my then partner and I were building was finally finished after 2 years, but there was no longer a need for that house in that location as the relationship was over and the holistic community of which we were both an active part and at which we both worked, suddenly closed its doors. I went through a health crisis and the work I was doing (Career Consulting & Life Planning), began to change its form. Nothing was the same. I closed the house and put it up for sale and move to Santa Fe....where a very close and dear friend lived. I remained there for a year to heal and put myself back together again. I thought I was going to live in Santa Fe forever, but after a year, my time there felt complete. To use energetic terms, the energy that had drawn me there felt complete, over. I had no idea where to go or what to do next. All I knew was that it was time to move on; I went to France for one week and fell in love ... not with a person, but with the city of Paris, which I had visited as a student 30 years before. I had always dreamed of going back. Finally, the time was right for that trip. At the end of the week, I knew I had to remain longer. My children were grown and out on their own; my work and commitments in the US had ended. This was the moment to fulfill a life-long dream of living in Paris. I rented an apt for three months and three months became six months, and six months became four years. During this time, I did Career Consulting with the American Community in Paris, but as I indicated earlier in this interview, my work had begun to change.Continued on the next page