Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Chantel Lysette, author of The Angel Code and Azrael Loves Chocolate, Michael's a Jock.
A while back I did an interview with Nightstalkers Paranormal Radio where we discussed my debut book Azrael Loves Chocolate, Michael’s a Jock as well as my upcoming book The Angel Code. Justin, the host, was very gracious throughout the hour and I enjoyed chatting with him because he seemed to be well informed about angels as well as my work. (Because of time constraints, it’s common practice for radio hosts to merely skim through their guests’ materials before an interview.)
As the interview progressed, we ventured into a topic that seems to be
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sherrie Dillard, author of Love and Intuition and Discover Your Psychic Type.
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to write a book about intuition and love. In many ways these two often highly charged energies have defined much of my life. While psychic ability has always come naturally to me, I cannot say the same about relationships. Since early childhood I have confronted many challenges and learned many lessons through my connection with others. While using my intuition to help others has been rewarding, learning how to effectively apply it in my own life and specifically in my relationships has been life altering. Working as a
Now that my blog at Llewellyn is up and running, I'd like to share a bit about my perspective on spirituality -- where I come from and what I've come to believe.
Chakras, auras, spirits, and psychics? Five years ago, I would have said no way, no how. Today, my answer is always a curious maybe. You Llewellyn fans probably knew this already. Are you glad I finally caught on?
I grew up without spirituality, religion, or much a higher power of any kind. As an ex-Catholic turned nature-worshiper, my mom decided she'd never force religion on me. I read books, hung out at the library, and ran around the park with friends. It's no surprise I studied literature and eventually got a master's
Sometimes I roll my eyes at the posts I find online promising that I can be happier by just reading a few simple tips. Eh. Isn't happiness... well, an existential dilemma? Don't we have to call in therapists and philosophers with PhdDs to help us with that? Or at least spread a little love around the world before we can find peace within ourselves? The answer, of course, is yes and no. On a daily basis, it's the simple things you can easily control that go far to increase your happiness.
This post Twenty Easier Ways to Be Happier at Divine Caroline charmed me instantly with its first tip. Make your bed. At The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin says "making the bed is one of the quickest,