Applications of Impossible Things: “miracle” or true reality

Someone whose read my book (Thanks Brian!) emailed me the link below, a news report about a mysterious priest who showed up when he was needed, then vanished. Click here for the story … Reality includes more than we’ve been taught to believe. “Miracles” are just events that don’t fit a limited belief we holdContinue reading “Applications of Impossible Things: “miracle” or true reality”

A Fun Story of Success from a client

M wrote this note to me a couple of weeks after I did a reading for her over the phone. The note explains some of the topics that she was concerned with when she called me. She has graciously agreed that I could post this – thank you, and woo-hoo, M! You’re rocking it …Continue reading “A Fun Story of Success from a client”

The Smoke Alarm Communicates

A few nights ago I was lying in bed reading when one of my smoke alarms beeped three times. Since it was about 11pm, I was only resigned instead of feeling aggravated – normally my smoke alarm batteries go bad between 2am and 4am, when it’s least convenient and most confusing. I hauled my buttContinue reading “The Smoke Alarm Communicates”

Interview with Natalie Sudman

An interview re Application of Impossible Things is posted here: http://firstchurchofmetaphor.org/ Thanks Laura Deal …! (psd men and Iraq battle buddies might want to skip straight to the tenth and eleventh questions 🙂 _______________________________________________________________________

New Math

I grew up in the Presbyterian church, in a family of engineers. Here’s what some of the prevailing assumptions were: There’s only one way to do things: the Right Way. The Right Way is hard work. You get what you earn. There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Money doesn’t grow on trees. Life is hard.Continue reading “New Math”

PSI Activities for Fun: Affirmations

Back in the dark ages of high school, we were a tight group of friends that met and hung out at church. Although that might imply a pious group, we spent as much time pushing boundaries as we did praying. We played poker in the church office before services (of course for money – what wouldContinue reading “PSI Activities for Fun: Affirmations”

Miracles

Two weeks ago I had a vivid reminder of how easy life can be. Months ago I began digging foundations for two culvert rainwater collection tanks. I’ll skip the whining about trying to dig in dirt as hard as concrete … I finally finished the digging, then had to figure out pvc pipe plumbing. That tookContinue reading “Miracles”