I hope this finds you well and filled with inspiration as we begin Autumn in the Western Hemisphere! It's been a little while since I last connected with you, and I wanted to give you a quick update on what I've been up to lately and just check-in.
Over the past few weeks, I've been working on some exciting new projects that I can't wait to share with you. I'm writing again! Soon I will be able to share the project, but for now, it has to stay hush-hush. I can share that my contract was bought by Simon-Schuster and my two latest books are being distributed by this esteemed publishing house. (And It feels like a dream come true! I'm so grateful to everyone for reading my books and being so supportive!)
If you are interested in writing or struggling with a creative process, you know that the beginning can be the hardest part. So, I thought I'd share a simple tip with you today. Have you ever considered using stones/crystals to enhance your creative process? One stone that has worked wonders for me is Sodalite. Its calming and clarifying energies can help clear mental clutter and open the doors to fresh ideas and inspiration. Plus working regularly with it can also keep you focused and moving forward on your projects. Try keeping a small piece of Sodalite on your desk or wearing it while you write—it might just be the spark you need!
I want to express my gratitude for your continued support and encouragement. It means the world to me, and I can't wait too reconnect with you soon. Stay tuned for some exciting updates and new content heading your way shortly!
Sarah Parker Thomas, RRMS
Serenity Reiki Clinic / Bliss Soul-2-Soul Coaching
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Reiki Master Teacher,
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