Monday, December 8, 2014

Schedule - Conscious Living 12/8

The work of art in creation: manifesting reality. Be mindful of your thoughts and note how that reflects in the language and words you use. Start noticing the subsequent events as they transpire, colors, imagery, encounters: people who are drawn to and/or away from you and the synchronicities will began to stand out in your environment.

You are the creator of your reality experience. Do it with purpose and intention and the results will astound you.

best wishes on your creations,
wendy & the nightlights 

12/8/14 - Conscious Living on Empower Radio -- 

This week has a nice blend of topics from Conservation to Reincarnation Sci-Fi and heart connections with animal companions. So much to explore ... 6 hourly segments. (9 pm central time each weeknight.) 

DECEMBER 8 (MONDAY): "Earthkeeper Alliance" - Adam Hall undertook a life-changing metamorphosis that would ultimately alter his mind-set from Earth Conqueror to Earth Keeper, carrying a torch for a bountiful and beautifully green future.

Conscious Living with Wendy Garrett

DECEMBER 9 (TUESDAY): Doug Koktavy - The Legacy of Beezer and Boomer ~ Rather than a heartbreaking story of the grief of pet loss this is a journey through transformation, release and transcendence ... a remarkable legacy from/of two beloved friends.

DECEMBER 10 (WEDNESDAY): NEW - Healing with Past Life Therapy - Lorraine Flaherty.

 DECEMBER 11 (THURSDAY): Stewart Pearce - world renowned Voice Coach, enhanced the
presentations of Vanessa Redgrave, Diana Princess of Wales and Anita Roddick. This temple of sound healing teaches the intelligence and compassion of the heart through the breath and song of the soul.

DECEMBER 12 (FRIDAY): "Reality Shift: The Atlantean Chronicles" with Kip Hartzel - Your father reveals his former life as an Atlantean -- in great detail while on his deathbed -- slipping in and out of consciousness? Hang on for an extraordinary ride ...

DECEMBER 13 (SATURDAY): Lynne McTaggart on The Bond - She suggests, rather than competition, we might be hardwired to establish community.

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