Thursday, May 14, 2009

Conscious Living...the Show rocks on...

“Old myths, old gods, old heroes have never died. They are only sleeping at the bottom of our mind, waiting for our call. We have need for them. They represent the wisdom of our race.”
- Stanley Kunitz

As I continue expanding my intuitive horizons, I am meeting some wonderful people with fascinating life stories. Thank you very much to Psychic/Medium Sandi Gilbert for a fun interview on Conscious Living. http://www.closureandacceptance.com/home

The intuitive life can be a challenge. Some wonderous things are mean to be taught and others can never be told because there is a reason they are to remain hidden. Those who remember that get to go onward and upward. There is no need for proof - only a need to continue growing and sharing and leaving bread crumbs for those who are curious or brave enough to go their own way too. The one sure thing: the light is always on. :)

...thank also to Medium David Baker for chiming in and for the generous support he offers to all those who are fortunate to connect with him. His law enforcement background is a unique asset. -- http://www.davidbakerspiritmedium.com/

Don't know why -- but sometimes the audio on the interviews can sometimes be a challenge. I wish it had been smoother with Mommy blogger Dawn Meehan/Because I Said So.

Dawn thought blogging might be a way to earn a few bucks....not so... until she posted one little gem about a family outing to the grocery store. Her site became an overnight sensation.

Doesn't hurt that she has a good sense of humor and a knack for storytelling. Because I Said So. This interview was a bit of a time warp... it isn't obvious... but it is a bit stilted. While we were in the midst of recording, I couldn't hear her and -at times - she sounded like she couldn't hear me.... but I am leaving it up. Her story speaks for itself...because I said so...and so did lots of moms and lots of big newsy names... ;)

Better audio timing for Claudia Trupp. Her stories do exactly what a mom does...juggle everything but the kitchen sink. Even the tough literary critic crowd liked this one: Hard Time and Nursery Rhymes. A Manhattan Lawyer (criminal defense attorney) - one of the hidden gems is her recounting of her day on 9-11.

Thank you to those who keep sending me great guests and you who have listened and keep coming back for more.

Follow your dreams. Live your Bliss. The world is here for us to learn, grow and explore in so that we may leave a wake and awake. Best wishes that you will find an abundance of love and light always on your path!

- We can't all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and applaud when they go by. - Will Rogers

Take with a grain of salt what is said that you can't be... And for heaven's sake, let no one dictate what you can aspire to...

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