When I was younger and first began learning about angels and spirit guides, I became quite curious about 'automatic writing'. I thought it was so intriguing to learn how to write from the subconscious with a guided writing from a higher power. So what is automatic writing? The formal name for automatic writing is … Continue reading Are You Familiar with Automatic Writing?
I discovered this magnificent tree, (which you can see in my photographs above and below,) on my lunchtime walks in Cambridge Botanical Gardens. It is a Golden Willow Tree and a very stunning one at that. You can see how it bends as if yearning to sink into the water below it. The Willow … Continue reading The Magic of Trees: The Weeping Willow
We can only hope we learn something as each year goes by.We age, of course, look for answers, seek wisdom, work, strive…To be happy, healthy, and whole.We want what’s best for our family and friends, truth be told.We look to the past to plan for the coming days,Not knowing how things can change in a … Continue reading Time marches on…
"One solution is to prime your creativity pump by turning to the tarot. Although the tarot is most often used as a tool for divination, tarot cards are also great, practical tools for writing and creative thinking. Corrine Kenner, author of “Tarot for Writers”, explains that well-known writers, such as John Steinbeck and Stephen King, … Continue reading Are You Using This Amazing Tool to Write Your Novel? | WTD
In ancient times the Bloodstone (Heliotrope) was considered to be the most beautiful of the Jaspers, a deep, earthy green gem invigorated with spots of brilliant red. It was known by the term Sun Stone, and later Christ’s Stone, its abundant energy holds the purity of blood and conveys the essence of life and birth, vitality and strength, passion … Continue reading The Magnificent Bloodstone Crystal