October 20, 2015
In The Skies Between Phoenix, AZ and Portland, OR
Waxing Moon, First Quarter (a great time to set intentions…)
I’m so glad to be blogging again!
I used to blog, years ago. It started as a way to keep my fingers and mind nimble for my graduate studies and course work. If there’s anything you learn in higher education, it’s how to write. And write. And write. Often authoring long, detailed, academically formulated papers that no one other than your professors will read. After I decided to quit graduate school three months before graduating with my Ph.D. (no, I’ve never regretted it, and no, I’m not adverse to going back and finishing if I ever feel like it, which hasn’t happened yet…) I spent that time and energy that would have been my dissertation writing Journal Of A Starseed, my spiritual awakening memoir, instead. Definitely worth the trade, that was. Now rather than sitting in a dusty library and a quiet, labyrinthine computer server, people actually read my book, from time to time. And I have this practice – this Artist’s Way style, two-pages-a-day, nimble fingers, off-the-cuff writing. So thanks for being here and take whatever you like from my rambles – because that, unapologetically, is absolutely what these are.
I’ve missed writing. I’m excited to have my fingers back. And I suspect strongly that my writer’s block for my third book, Starseed Wilding, will be cured through this practice. So thank you again.
My intentions for this blog are that when you sign in to read it, you feel a delicious pop of energy. I intend that my musings here shift and transform as they are read, giving each reader (that means you) keys to exactly whatever you happen to be facing in your life at the time. I intend that when you are finished reading each post, it has swept through your mind, body, and spirit like a gust of fresh air or a cool drink of water. Purifying you. Renewing you. Nourishing you. And I intend that you feel inspired, connected, and happy after getting a glimpse into my magical world and my strange brain.
I love you.