Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping, The Good Energy Book, and the new Art of Bliss.
My new book, The Art of Bliss, is a holistic system of activating and maintaining a positive momentum in all life areas. You might think of it as a comprehensive magical or metaphysical process in which you can see the ways that everything in your life is interconnected, and in which you can work with this interconnection to continually manifest more and more beautiful conditions. The backbone of the wisdom in The Art of Bliss is derived from feng shui and the I Ching and it may be thought of as something that looks like a tic tac toe board, with
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<snark>Last week I had the honor of performing a civic service: jury duty. For the massive time of one day I was required by law to wait in a big room, doing nothing, hoping to be called to serve on a trial. I wasn't, and I went home filled with feelings of civic pride and responsibility.</snark>
I brought with me a couple of books, and during the day I was able to start and finish an odd little self-published book entitled Cult Control: The Building of a Cult by Dantalion Jones. As I read it I was drawn to recall the saying above. I don't know who came up with the saying first. I do remember the first time I heard it: I was living in