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Losing Yourself. Finding Yourself, Too.

Losing Yourself? Australian author Beth Spencer might be able to help. For a hint why, check out her uncommonly on-the-level eye gaze.

Losing Yourself. Today’s post is easy to read. Yet it might prove surprisingly sticky.

For me, what follows here was heart-heating, soul-sticky. And for you? You’ll be the judge.

Definitely, I loved, just loved, the following poem from Beth Spencer’s latest book. “Vagabondage” is a spiritual memoir, highly personal, absolutely eloquent. And Beth had the courage to shape it through a series of interconnected poems.

BIGGER Book Review by Yvonne Glasgow

BIGGER Book Review

BIGGER Book Review by Yvonne Glasgow. Sharing spiritual awakening, one light at a time.

BIGGER Book Review. “BIG” is how you may react to this book review. When you publish a story with a large title, like “Bigger than All the Night Sky”…

Well, your hopes may be big. But how many people will even click on a link for one book among so many? How many will stop to read a memoir that includes a handful of poems? Who will dare — or care — to write a review?

I’ll tell you who.

Overcoming Writer’s Block. In Honor of CREATIVE YOU

Overcoming Writer's Block.

Overcoming Writer’s Block. How RES can help. Including teaching tales in “Bigger than All the Night Sky.”

Overcoming Writer’s Block. Of course, Blog-Buddies, some of you do know what that means, right?

Writer’s block is ugly. Quite commonly, it feels personal. Often in a very lonely way.

  • Have you ever been stuck while writing a paper for school?
  • Even a grad school dissertation?
  • How about feeling “There’s a book inside me”? Yet not being able to pull it out?

Why Can’t People Simply Get Along?

Why Can’t People Simply Get Along?

Why Can’t People Simply Get Along? That’s a major theme in “Bigger than All the Night Sky.”

Why Can’t People Simply Get Along?

Very boldly, I’m sharing with you today a family photo. My Mom, Sue, sits on a park bench in New York. Next to my Grandpa Hugo and Grandma Gisela. Although they’re facing the park, clearly it’s no picnic. Not a single one is smiling. Or looking at the others sitting with them on the bench.

Truly, it’s a candid photo. And such a common, painful, human predicament!

BIGGER Book Review by Mari Carlson

BIGGER Book Review

BIGGER Book Review. Yesterday Mari Carlson published a review for “Bigger than All the Night Sky.”

BIGGER Book Review. Mari Carlson, an independent book reviewer and blogger, has selected “Bigger than All the Night Sky” for a review.

That’s a bigger honor than you might suppose.

For instance, do you have any idea how many Americans have indie-published their own books?

Punishing Smart Kids

Punishing Smart Kids

Punishing Smart Kids. Doesn’t really make sense. Or does it?

Punishing Smart Kids. As an RES practitioner, I have specialties, and this is one of them: Helping clients who are very smart. And who have suffered as a result.

Because extreme intelligence is a great blessing. Fair or not, this can become as challenging socially… as if the person were extremely un-intelligent.

Whatever the personal specialties of any RES Expert, each of us is helping clients with personal growth. And sometimes that includes permanently moving out energetic STUFF we still carry from childhood.

Bouncing Baby Books at the Fall Pathways Expo

Bouncing Baby Books

Bouncing Baby Books at the next Pathways Expo, September 23, 2018

Bouncing Baby Books at the Fall Pathways Expo. What will it be like, having those new kids at the RES Booth?

If you’re local to the metro Washington, D.C. area, please save this date: Sunday, September 23. And then keep reading to learn about your possibilities for fun and growth. (Including some 100% free tickets, while supplies last.)

Life Stories — New Face Reading Contest

life stories

Life Stories — telling one’s tale to birds of a feather. Introducing a new Face Reading Contest.

Life Stories. Do they fascinate you, too?

Memoirs and autobiographies… And autobiographical albums — whatever that CD was called, whether personal events were thinly described or the personal element was laid on thick as honey.

Maybe these are the ultimate art form. Because what’s the difference between a snoozer … versus  incredible inspiration? Seems to me, that difference hangs on what? Something pretty slim. Called artistry.

Aura Reading Incubator Babies. Part Two

Aura Reading Incubator Babies

Aura Reading Incubator Babies. After a while you can’t tell which one was the preemie. But we incubator kids still have a story to tell.

Aura Reading Incubator Babies. The research continues today with Part Two, with such touching details, in a recording made expressly for our online community.

Incubator Aura Research. Intensely Uplifting.

Incubator Aura Research

Incubator Aura Research. It seemed like being in jail, solitary confinement. Yet the purpose was glorious.

Incubator Aura Research. Today’s post shares results from the first research I’ve ever done into what it was like for a newborn to live in an incubator. While her survival was touch-and-go, what happened with that soul’s consciousness?