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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, April 9, 2008

Merrily We Roll Along

There are some people who - once they get an "in" - figure out how to keep just a toe in the door without ever adding anything to the picture. They create a sense of presence by remaining connected but not attached. If - in any given moment - a crisis (for you) develops, they throw dust and smoke and sparks, then disappear to a safe haven...only to reappear when all is calm.

How to know who around you is mist? Try this. Pretend the chips are down and you have one phone call. The solution - and you may not like this part - In your heart, you know who will answer and act on your behalf and in your best interest and who will or will not answer and then react to create drama and avoid doing anything that would imply a deeper sense of connection or commitment.

To assure there will be no expectation of help or support, that one might even suggest you are stirring the pot to create drama. (Blame the victim) Listen to what is being said. (I can't help you.) Case closed.

The choices we make are hard enough. The choices we don't make can come back to haunt us.

And if you are stirring the pot, the point is to pay attention to your answer and then, rather than judge it to be a bad or good response, simply allow it to determine your direction.