5 Wisdom Cards, Claircognizance, and Learning Obedience and Trust

I am experimenting with my claircognizance.  For now I am only intentionally using it to pick the correct wisdom deck and appropriate cards, but I'd like to expand that to events throughout that day. I've mentioned before that there are 4 clairs, different psychic abilities -- at least there are 4 that I've heard of. ... Continue Reading →

That Moment When You Realize How Much of You Has Been Ego . . .

This morning was week 2 of my renewed coaching sessions with Jacque Alderete!  It was another wonderful session again, and I focused on being present and connecting to spirit and my spiritual purpose. What's becoming pretty clear to me is that most of who "I am" has been "ego."  Just today I heard myself thinking:... Continue Reading →

Think About it Thursday: Competition vs. Creation

"You must get rid of the thought of competition.  You are to create, not to compete for what is already created." --Wallace D. Wattles; The Science of Getting Rich Creativity vs. competition is an important distinction for Wallace Wattles in The Science of Getting Rich.  He goes on to say: "Riches secured on the competitive... Continue Reading →

Story Saturday/Sunday: What Lies Within Part II

The continuation of What Lies Within by Teri Karl, Illustrated by Christopher Walker Evelyn was surprised to see a faint glow coming from below. As her eyes adjusted to the darkness, she was even more astounded that a set of steep steps were now visible, swirling downward into the abyss.   She closed her eyes for... Continue Reading →

Story Saturday/Sunday: What Lies Within by Teri Karl, Illustrated by Christopher Walker

Announcing a new collaboration between me and Christopher Walker!  The start of many works!  Enjoy. . . Evelyn had never looked in the mirror. She never even noticed that she omitted this. But perhaps she was afraid of who she might see? Most considered her lovely, with her long, dark reddish-brown hair, dark brown eyes,... Continue Reading →

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