Dixon, Jeane - Reads Sister Mary Mercy's mind
Type of Spiritual Experience
Not prophecy, perception reading
A description of the experience
Ruth Montgomery – A Gift of Prophecy
One day in the fall of 1956, Sister Mary Mercy and two other friends lunched with Jeane, and as the women rose to leave, the nun motioned Jeane aside and said that she would like to ask her advice about something.
"I know," Jeane calmly replied, “you don't need to tell me. You want to know whether you should leave the convent." Sister Mary Mercy was astonished. To no one had she yet confided that after nearly thirty-two years she felt called to leave the convent and care for her widowed mother
Jeane had correctly read her thoughts.
With a papal dispensation Sister Mary Mercy renounced her vows the following year and resumed her name of Mary McCarran.
The source of the experienceDixon, Jeane
Concepts, symbols and science items
ConceptsCommunication with bodied souls
Activities and commonsteps
SuppressionsBelieving in the spiritual world
Enacting ritual and ceremony
Squash the big I am