Patience and Murder

In the summer of 2017, a young woman from Helena, MT, asked me to put my gifts to work in solving a murder committed six years before that. I figured, "Why not?" At the time, I was beginning what I thought was going to be my first book and getting away from research seemed a … Continue reading Patience and Murder

Corona-Inspired Empath Myth-Tip #2

  As folks, particularly those in the metaphysically-minded marketplace, try to help others make sense of the current state of the world and find some meaning (read market), there is one one myth that keeps resurfacing like herpes. Like the other gift that keeps on giving, it can cause great unseen harm and reinforces fears … Continue reading Corona-Inspired Empath Myth-Tip #2

Q & A of the day: How can I be sure that what I feel is ‘real’?

Like all magnificent things, it's very simple. ~ Natalie Babbitt Question: How can I be sure that what I feel is 'real' and I'm not having a hallucination? Or that I'm inventing the feeling? This is so simple. In fact, you may say something like, "It can't be that simple" or "No way." Ask yourself. When … Continue reading Q & A of the day: How can I be sure that what I feel is ‘real’?

Q and A of the day: Have you ever had a spiritual attack?

Hmmmm...I'm not sure how this person is defining 'spiritual' here but I'm going to make a short leap and guess that he meant 'Have you ever been attacked by something invisible?" Yes, I've been in a relatively uncomfortable situation with something, that to others, was not visible.   However, because it was invisible does not mean … Continue reading Q and A of the day: Have you ever had a spiritual attack?

On Compassion for Self and Fear of Feeling

This post is inspired by interwebz discussion last Monday following Twelve Years A Slave winning the Academy Award for Best Picture.  I paid attention to two primary themes:  my generation's response to slavery & racism and the discussion by people who feel too emotionally sensitive to engage with the movie (or, more generally, any media … Continue reading On Compassion for Self and Fear of Feeling