About Lori Morrison
Lori has had a lifetime of entrepreneurial pursuits. She was the founder and creator of several highly successful businesses that took her from the the board rooms of of Wall Street to the world’s premium wineries. Later pursuits included hospitality and sustainable tourism development and founder of a foundation dedicated to social and environmental causes in Central America. Living most of her life in El Salvador she acquired a deep passion for the Mayan culture and the Mayan descendants that live there. On the night before her 52nd birthday, at her home on Lake Ilopango, she experienced a life changing event orchestrated by ancient Mayan spirits living on her property. This shifted her awareness out of the third dimensional world that we all live in. For two years she was “stuck” in an inter-dimensional existence where her perceptions of the human body and life experience gave her a unconventional view of illness and physical and mental dysfunction. She received an instant knowing of plant medicine and ancient shamanic practices and was initiated by spirits for two years to learn the old ways of healing. Later, she “downloaded” the steps to combine these concepts with the theories of quantum physics and the use of scalar energy. Now, through the use of cutting-edge technology, sacred science, and shamanic healing practices she is able to go beyond the symptoms and see the underlying causes of illness, provide successful remedies and bring the awareness needed to resolve chronic conditions and overcome stubborn barriers to health. She is especially gifted in helping others reach higher levels of consciousness and understanding. Her positive outlook, emotional generosity and contagious sense of humor adds a special component to her style making it a fun and enlightening experience in learning to see your life from an unconventional and unique perspective that will have you living and thriving in the magic of possibility.
LORI, The Disintegration Of My Ordinary Reality is a narrative non-fiction memoir that describes my spiritual awakening after the death of my husband, my struggles with others’ perceptions of my sanity, and my ongoing work to embrace my role as someone with one foot in everyday reality and the other in the spirit world. Through my experiences, many now have a broader understanding of what western medicine has come to label “crazy” which has generated a greater sense of our place in a multi-dimensional world.
At the heart of my story are a series of events that unfold at my home on a remote peninsula inside a volcanic lake in El Salvador, where, after my husband Tino’s death, I experience a barrage of psychic phenomenon including “coincidental” rainbows, indigenous drumming, snakes, and spontaneous rain clouds. These events crescendo to a night when, after a lightning storm, I am hit by a light beam. After three hours lying alone in a non-conscious state, I awaken to find that my perceptions of the three-dimensional world I lived in are no longer my reality. In a subsequent experience, another light enters me and sends me into what would become the first of seven out-of-body experiences that would eventually drive me to the edge of insanity.
With the sudden dissolution of the veil between the human and spiritual world, I am able to see, hear, and feel spirits from multiple dimensions. Oddly, I also receive knowledge of ancient shamanic practices and of what I believe to be the Mayan language. Doing my best to live an ordinary life after an extraordinary experience, I face extreme challenges as I am dramatically affected by electronics, vibrations, and a chorus of Mayan ancestral voices that begin to communicate with me. Having been a left-brained entrepreneur most of my life, I have no template for understanding these experiences. In line with the well-documented prophecies of the Mayans, the voices speak of a new age when there will be a return to the heart and a kinder, gentler society will emerge. They go on to share that many are hearing the call to this shift and emerging to spread the wisdom of this cycle and that somehow I am a part of this awaited time. Dumbfounded by the information, I realize that in order to fulfill my role in this cosmic connection I must take the first steps on a six-year spiritual journey which ends on the edge of the lake on the morning of December 21, 2012.