As I mentioned in another post, I spend a lot of time online. From the first moment I was introduced to this new-fangled thing called ‘the internet’, I was hooked. For an information seeker, there is no better place to be than online.
(And yes, back in the day I spent a LOT of time at the library.)
Periodically, I’ll be showcasing some of what I find out there for you. Some of it will center on intuitive subjects, some on spiritual and some on cool stuff like how to make banana ice cream using just bananas and milk.
Oh yeah, one other thing. I, um, have a love for all things LOLcat. A profound love. Some might call it an obsession, even. Don’t be surprised to see them popping up here now and again. I just can’t help myself.
ME: “Hi. My name is Lisa. I am a LOLcat addict.”
FELLOW LOLcat ADDICTS: “Hi Lisa”
This site is relatively new but chock full of awesome stuff on topics such as Self-Development, Spirituality, Health, Food, Money and Blogging. In fact, it was through TDB that I found the most awesome Banana Ice Cream recipe. If you hunger for information on a variety of topics but don’t have time to blog-hop, check out this site. There’s more than enough there to satiate even a info-junkie like me.
Found this site because it had an article posted on The Daily Brainstorm. I dug around a bit and decided to bookmark it because there’s lots of good tips, tricks and info there. (She puts a LOT of work into it, that’s easy to see.)
The particular article that drew me in, “The Zen Master’s Unexpected Lesson: 10 Tips for Empathy was interesting for me to read, probably because, as a natural empath, I do a lot of this anyway. It’s easy for me to slip into the shoes of another and feel what it’s like to be them. (It’s a little too easy, which is why I learned to turn it on and off at my own choice.)
But I forget that most people (8 out of every 10) are NOT empaths and so for them (you?) it’s more difficult to view things through the eyes of another. Leah McLellan, the author, gives some great tips on how to do that in your day-to-day life. (I particularly liked her comments on how to stop your own road rage even though it’s very rare that I get to that place in my own life.)Psychic But Sane Anna Conlan and I seem to be walking a very similar path. Both of us have studied with Andrea Hess and I suspect that we have a couple more teachers in common that we’ve yet to discover.
She has created a wonderful course called Psychic Awakenings which I will be reviewing in a future post (probably sometime in August). I can tell you, just from what I’ve read so far, it’s quite different than anything out there. Anna has the ability to speak on several different levels from beginner to advanced and that’s a rare quality. I’ve learned a few things I didn’t know already!
Her site really speaks to her work – it’s down-to-earth and casual. She brings that same quality to her writing whether it’s about learning to work with your Guides in Spirit or ruminating on whether psychics are crazy people. (they’re not. Right? hah) If you enjoy what I write here, go now and visit Anna. Definitely worth your time.
That’s all for this week’s Wandering Around Wednesday.
Have a favorite site you want to share? Comment below so we can all go visit!