Drunvalo Melchizedek – Moving to Canada
I got my degree in 1970. Then, after being in Viet Nam and looking at what was happening in our country at that time, I finally said, “I’ve had it! This is it! I don’t know how long I’m going to live or what’s going to happen, but I’m just going to be happy and do what I’ve always wanted to do. “And I decided to get away from everything and go live in the mountains, like I had always wanted to do.
So I left the United States and went to Canada, not knowing there would be ten of thousands of Vietnam war protesters following me a year later. I married a woman named Renee and the two of us went way back into the middle of nowhere, and found a little house on a lake called Kootenay Lake. We were a long way away from anything. You had to walk four miles from the nearest road to get to my house. So we were really isolated. And I began to live my life exactly like I had always wanted to live. I had always wanted to see if I could live on nothing; so I gave it a try.
It was a little scary at first, but it got easier as time went on, and pretty soon I became adept at natural living. I lived a wonderful and full life on basically no money. After a while I realized, hey, this is a lot easier than holding a job in a city! I only had to work hard for about three hours a day, then I had the rest of the time off. It was great. I could play music and run around and have a good ol’ time. And that’s exactly what I did. I had fun. I played music about ten hours a day, with lots of friends who came from miles around. Our place had gained quite a reputation by then. An average of about eleven people per day showed up to play music and enjoy — and we just had fun.
And in this act, which is very important to my understanding now, I discovered something about myself. It was from this — returning to my inner child is how I phrase it these days — that my inner child was released, and in that releasing, something happened to me, which was the catalyst that led into my life as it is today.
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