Creative Living — isn’t that the purpose of your “creativity”? Fortunately, each of us is loaded with creativity. Life demands it of us. Along with the rest that we need for quality of life, we pursue creative living through:
A creative originality. Basically, needed for solvingproblems.
Creative expressiveness. Needed so that your individual spark can light up life for yourself and others.
An inner creative intelligence. Most noteworthy, using your brain to shape the creativity
Honesty, ethics, andresponsibility driving the creativity. Otherwise, why bother to bring something new into this world?
Caring about others. Why human creativity requires hands and feet, stomach, and all else… Needed because mere cleverness is a dead end. Seems like caring gives direction to creative living.
Passionate creativity. Because, have you noticed? You’re more creative when it matters that you DELIVER.
Surprising Soul Thrill (TM) Aura Research — this post explains how to prepare for this super-practical kind of RES Energy READING session.
See that little TM by the name of this service? That’s new.
Today I’ll start using it because I finally applied for a trademark. (Eventually it hit me, this kind of aura reading is quite distinctive, and so many clients love it. I thought, “Hello, it’s trademark time.”) CONTINUE READING →
Then let’s continue with his guest post. What is especially important about this Part Two?
Today AJ spells out specific ways that he moved past involvement in practices that prevailed during the New Age Years, from 1980 until the Shift into The Age of Awakening on 12/21/12.
Practices that could be called “The Romance of the Astral.” (Could be called that. Have been!)
This practical perspective makes AJ’s Part Two article into a great resource. Have you or any friends been struggling to let go of the big promises — and big personal investment — from those New Age Years?CONTINUE READING →
Enlightenment Journey for AJ McClary — this has been my privilege to witness. Ever since my first session for AJ, I was impressed by his keen intelligence, sweetness, and drive to evolve. But did I expect him to reach Age of Awakening Enlightenment? Not really.
Pleasantly surprised, and yet not surprised. That was my reaction when facilitating “Enlightenment Validation” for him recently. CONTINUE READING →
Aura Reading David Fahrenthold, let’s celebrate one of my favorite reporters at my newspaper, The Washington Post. I’m so proud of that paper, admiring so many talented reporters, opinion writers, and more on staff.
Especially I’m thrilled that, yesterday, David Fahrenthold won the highest honor in journalism, a Pulitzer Prize.
BTW, with announcenment of this year’s Pulitzer’s, I’m proud of another paper. The one that failing President Trump has called the “failing” New York Times. Like David Fahrenthold, three Times reporters scored Pulitzers. CONTINUE READING →