Suzanne Askham’s blog reflecting on her thoughts about Anita Moorjani and raising her disabled son Timothy is well worth reading. She speaks of how intuitive he is and her own experiences of ‘Intuitive bliss’. She too is writing a book which will be published under that title.
There’s an autumnal edge to the air, and outside the leaves are speckled brown in places. The apples are reddening on the trees, and children’s school shoes are flying out of the shops. I’m about to plan the meditation themes for a new term in the Studio. So, all in all, I have that ‘going back to school’ feeling. The weather is cooling off and it’s time to learn again (as if we ever stop).
Instead of working, I keep thinking about a ‘nearly’ conversation I had with Anita Moorjani at the Hay House ‘I can do it!’ London conference last autumn. It keeps playing on my mind. I haven’t thought about it for months. So there must be a reason why it’s coming up now.
I heard Anita speak about her near death experience at the conference. I had previously read her book, Dying to be Me, and…
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