Today we move on from Los Angeles.
We begin a long road trip north – overnighting at Morro Bay on the Pacific Coast Highway that leads to San Francisco.
Tomorrow we stop at Big Sur to interview Dr. Judith Orloff, formerly head of the Psychiatry Department at UCLA, and now a working medical intuitive and author of many acclaimed books on intuition.
Priyanka leaves us today. She returns to London to help with the film from her home base. We will miss her. She’s been a gorgeous energy on this shoot, and she’s impressed everyone who has met her.
Priyanka lives and works and breathes and dreams intuitively. It was her intuition that made her decide to join us in Konya, Central Turkey, while we were filming with the Sufis and Whirling Dervishes.
She’s only 26, but has already established a successful jewellery business worldwide. She designs several collections a year, and sells to high end department stores and boutique shops. I’ve not met anyone who travels more than she does. In any given month she’s probably visited three or four countries.
And today she’s off again. But we’ll be meeting up with her again in India on the Mother Ganga tour in September.
Last night on the way back from Laguna Beach, where we filmed with James Van Praagh, we were hosted for dinner by our wonderful Camino buddies Michael and Kathryn Schlesinger.
It was great to see them again.
They generously prepared a feast of Mexican food – all vegetarian – and we chatted into the night. They are doing truly wonderful charity work in Bali. They are good people, and Jennifer and I are proud to count them as friends.
So from today on, we’re on the move – up the coast to San Francisco, then into Oregon, then we fly across to Canada, then Chicago. Filming interviews all the way.
If I’ve been a bit slack responding to your comments on the blog and on Facebook, I apologise – it’s just that I’ve been really busy – REALLY busy – not only with this current filming trip, but also organising the Indian tour in September, and forward planning for Bhutan.
By the way, James Van Praagh signed his book for me yesterday. He signed it:
Remember who you are ~
I’ve been thinking about that ever since…