On a thread, Chagur wrote Has it not been said "When the student is ready, the teacher shall appear'? I replied, it is true. Here is a story that happened to me several years ago. I have many. Background: As a hobby, I teach yoga, meditation and stress management. Mostly I teach at community colleges under Continuing Education Format. Sometimes I was asked to do the same at a private, new age centers. To me this teaching is a two way learning process away from my hard technology consulting career. I learn the psycological and sociological underpinnings of why people come to meditation classes and what specific factors causes stress in their life. I was also involved with some musicians to record their music in a special method I developed that sounds much better than normal digital recordings. Story: One day, I was in a music store where I was talking to the owner who was retired but in his prime time played piano in carnegie hall. A very beautiful lady came in to pick up some sheet music for her daughter. This lady, let us call her Terri, stuck up conversation with both of us. When she found out, I teach meditation, she immidiately wanted to take private lessons irrespective of the expense involved (she was rich). It turned out that she was badly in need of help, having been to her doctor, shrink and family. Her marriage was ready to break apart, her husband was having an affair, she had insomnia, not to mention all types of physical problems. It took about six months to solve each problem one by one. The husband had his problems too. I ended up counseling in his business ventures which caused a lot of problems that created a domino effect that spilled over to his marriage. The stupid shrink recommended divorce. I am happy to say that they are doing very well both in business and family life. I am not making any claims here - just interesting in relation to what Chagur wrote.