I am a huge fan of Ester Hicks and the Abraham teachings. I went to her workshop in Phoenix and was glued to my seat. Her teachings have made a great impact on my life as well as Bashar's teachings. My blog of Abraham is: http://angelbell444.blogspot.com/2014/02/abraham-hicks-in-phoenix-february-1st.html
I do stay busy these days. So going back to my past as a social worker, or family support helper, I found my intuition was alive and working without cards. I was being guided on how to best help families. At that time I was paid very little and worked a 50 hour work week. I had two children that really needed me as well. I soon become run down and had to take some time off. Somewhere in all this extra thinking time I decided to return to school to pursue a Master’s degree in Counseling. I do well with academia. What I have found is that many of the metaphysical paradigms exist in psychology. They have been coined and “discovered” by many noteworthy people. They have become foundations and theories under a different name. Columbus did not discover America, it was always there. The difference between metaphysical, Native American shaman, Ancient Philosophy and Psychology is the language used for the very same thing.
I had to leave Sedona in 2012 when toxic black mold was discovered in the damp walls where I was living. So I wrote an early blog about surviving black mold. I almost did not survive. And I lost everything financially in having to move fast with the bare minimum. I used up my savings and slept on a friends couch for a while until I got better. I am not alone, many people experience this. http://angelbell444.blogspot.com/2012/09/surviving-toxic-black-mold-sickness.html
Almost all my blogs are autobiographic in nature. There are more life line points of course than those mentioned. It would be a long blog and everyone would surely tire in the reading.
At this time I am a professional psychic, medium, life coach, author and speaker.
Please visit my website to see my list of services. Angel Bells Guidance
There are a few photos that do say a thousand words. I will share and hope they tell you a little story too.