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Some People are Just so Much Fun!

Hello Dear Blog Friends.

The summer is surely bouncing along nicely isn’t it? I’m having a hard time getting things done but I’m having tons of fun.

Energy seems to be on hold for some reason. There is a calm feeling lurking around.

I just noticed the “e” on my keyboard is stuck. Hmm. Probably a sun flower seed cover. I’m totally addicted to those things. I can’t stop eating them notwithstanding the damage they do. I’m sure Bobby won’t be amused at this. I’m finding it humorous though for some odd reason.

I knew I should have bought one of those rubber things that go on the keyboard. Just kidding. They creep me out. Kind of like those plastic covers they used to put on the sofa. Euew.

Anyway why I am writing today has nothing to do with sunflower seeds.

I found a site and the woman is so great. Her energy is just lovely. I took her free class last night and I so enjoyed it.

Her name is Rebecca Marina and you can find her site here.

When you sign up for her newsletter you get a free book that is really interesting. She even mentions Vimala whom I of course adore and have talked about before in other blogs.

The illustration  work on her site is so cute and fun. The energy being so light it makes you forget about problems.

Laughter I’m sure pushes our energy up a few degrees.

So have a visit and let me know what you think. She is lovely and is always giving.

The quote today has been replaced by a story:

“A wise woman who was travelling in the mountains found a precious stone in a stream. The next day she met another traveller who was hungry, and the wise woman opened her bag to share her food. The hungry traveller saw the precious stone and asked the woman to give it to him. She did so without hesitation. The traveler left, rejoicing in his good fortune. He knew the stone was worth enough to give him security for a lifetime. But a few days later he came back to return the stone to the wise woman. “I’ve been thinking.” he said, “I know how valuable the stone is, but I give it back in the hope that you can give me something even more precious. Give me what you have within you that enabled you to give me the stone.” The Wise Woman’s Stone – Author Unknown

Until we meet again, Sharon

The Psychic Cottage


Your Handwriting “Really Can” Change Your Life!

April 17th, 2008 | Category: Your Handwriting Can Change Your Life

Welcome Back to the TPC Blog.

I was listening to one of Louise Hay’s tapes a few days ago and I heard something that I never heard before even though I listened to this tape for years. It said that Louise Hay changed her handwriting later on in life.

This totally intrigued me and I found out that she worked with Vimala Rodgers who wrote the book “Your Handwriting Can Change Your Life“. I fell in love with this book and the teachings of Vimala. I bought it for people I knew, spoke about it to anyone who would listen and I did some personal consultations with her.

It made perfect sense to me. If your handwriting can be analyzed to tell a story about who you are why can’t you reverse that and make your handwriting create the person you want to be.

Vimala is one of those people who are totally dedicated to making the world a better place. She radiates a passion about her work that is totally contagious. She convinces you real fast that your dreams can become a reality. You have the dream and she gives you the tools to get there.

Your writing has such an impact on your life. It’s hard to believe really but when you see things shifting and manifesting you know its real.

I won’t fool you it takes dediction but the benefits far exceed the discipline to get there. My website and my office to do readings was a dream I carried around for years. Now I’m living my dream in my little office doing what I love. Sure its not exactly as I had planned but it never is. In the end its usually better.

God Bless you Vimala and thank you for being in my life.

I will leave you with a quote:

Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.”
Jim Rohn

Until we meet again Sharon