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Conscious Living with Wendy Garrett is produced by Empower Radio and featured on empoweradio, iheart, itunes, stitcher and various independent youtube channels. Programs cover a wide range of Mind-Body-Spirit/Alternative Awareness/PSI topics, including: Consciousness, UFO, Metaphysics, Paranormal and Energy Medicine.

Ongoing personal experiences with extraordinary and unexplained seen/unseen phenomena underscore my belief in a world abundant with wonders we haven't yet begun to fathom.

Experiencers, via their unique encounters, give us glimpses and clues to what potentials creation has yet to reveal when we are willing to listen to the call of the muse and curious enough to table our fear and explore the unknown inner and outer limits of being.

And the answers are there, teasing us in quirks, quarks and fantastic anomalies.

My proof
- and that is the whole point of this reality thing being very personal and unique to the individual experiencer - the light beside me goes off for a moment and then comes on again as I am composing this introduction, underscoring the "quirk" factor and the representation of the ever-present, unseen support in this adventure.

Thank you for your interest and for listening. I hope you enjoy the shows! - wendy ... and the nightlights ;)

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Support for Spiritual Writers

When writers look for support it is nice to find others of like mind. In my research into web blogs, I have found few that offer support to that niche market of spiritual writers. And those that do are often grouped into religion. The difference is that spiritual writers are not of one religion and may not even write about religion. So here is an opportunity to find others who might offer support and inspiration. Try

As a resource, Spirituality Health Magazine is also a great find. Interesting article..."Crankiness as We Age Might be a Sign of High Intelligence"... Fine - we may or may not be as smart if we are kind but to be safe, as the saying goes...never mistake kindness for weakness.

"Kindness has converted more sinners than zeal, eloquence or learning.' - Frederick W. Faber