Austin Bridges, born in 1987 in New Mexico, found his way to L/L Research by way of many blessings in life. Loving and accepting parents helped provide a sturdy base as the struggle of “fitting in” wore down on him throughout his years of socialization. Austin managed to survive the social waters of public school and made it to the other side somewhat intact, but feeling as lost as any young adult could feel in a world that seemed so strange.
After a few years of bumbling around, he began seeking direction in his early 20s, his eyes turned many a night to gaze upward at the stars and wonder. As that wonder grew, the metaphysical wheels started turning to point him in the right direction. Through a series of so-called “coincidences,” Austin found The Law of One material, a message he later felt that had been calling to him his entire life, though he hadn’t previously recognized or understood that call. An internal gong sounded as he read the words, overpowering the strong skeptic within that wanted to put this crazy book down and just forget about it. The wheels were in motion and could not be stopped. Every word felt as though it were a deep remembering of the fondest memory. The power and meaning that welled up inside as he absorbed the books was undeniable. The spiritual transformation was fast and furious, and for the first time in his life, Austin felt peace thanks to the tools of introspection offered by Ra.
Eventually, he figured out these were more than just books—there was a whole online community around these messages! Eager to join the conversation, Austin started participation on Bring4th and felt right at home. After some time, Austin was offered the opportunity to volunteer as a moderator on the forum, which began his official working relationship with L/L Research. A meeting with the home crew of L/L Research at the 2012 Homecoming created a burst of inspiration which led to an invitation being offered in February of 2013 for Austin to join Gary in the L/L Research office to help manage the organization. He currently serves as Assistant Director, and can’t imagine a greater honor in life.