# 180 ~ Share International

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Betsy Whitfill is a mother of two and a grandmother of two. She recently retired from 15 years as office manager of a Dallas internal medicine practice. Her husband is an internist, and one son has just completed his training in internal medicine.

As correspondent for Share International, she recently spoke with Lynn Thompson on Living on Purpose about Transmission Meditation, the enlightened Teacher Maitreya, Benjamin Creme, and some of the purposeful functions of UFOs. This is the final 30-minute segment of two parts of their conversation.

Educated as a philosopher, Betsy Whitfill has been national coordinator for Share International Media Service since 1988 and the correspondent for Share International Magazine since 1991. In 1985 Whitfill had a personal experience of an enlightened Teacher named Maitreya, which caused her to change the priorities in her life. Years of studying the Ageless Wisdom Teachings had provided a context for this experience, and further study awakened her to the possibility of a future quite different from the one toward which we're currently headed.

The first half hour segment of the conversation between Lynn and Betsy can be accessed through the WomensRadio archives of Living on Purpose.

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