Highest Peaks to Lowest Valleys: a Brief Study of I Ching

Using REDFeather author Chao-Hsiu Chen’s “I Ching”, let’s unpack the text that has guided Chinese governments, oracle readers, philosophers, and the people for almost 4,000 years. A Very Brief History The I Ching is considered to be both an oracle to forecast the future and the source for all of Chinese Wisdom. It originally served as a divination manual in the Western Zhou period, but after Confucius wrote his own interpretation, the text’s value was firmly established….

Alive, AWAKE, Alert: Unlock Happiness with Evan Sutter

Author of Awake: a Journal, a Guide, a Retreat, a Friend The older I get and the more I reflect on my experiences in life – the good and bad – the more compassion and understanding I have for everyone and everything around me. Life is tough and, in many ways, life as a human being on Earth is absurd. News outlets paint the picture of great wins in economic growth, increases in house prices,…

Beyond Daydreams: Manifesting

By Von Braschler, author of Manifesting and Mysterious Messages from Beyond. Creative visualization is much more than wishful thinking and dreaming, as many people seem to believe. Some people try very hard to visualize change but are confused when their visualization does not create real results. Unfortunately, their desire does not manifest as real change in the physical world. My new book Manifesting from REDFeather takes a fresh look at thought form projection and creative…

Using Tarot to Write Your Story

by Paula Chaffee Scardamalia I’m currently about a third of the way into my current work-in-progress, a contemporary fantasy romance inspired by figures from Greek mythology, particularly the Muses. As often happens with writing a novel, whether you are a beginner or are multi-published author, I was in a muddle about the middle. After more than 30,000 words, I’d lost sight of my direction through the story woods. So, of course, I turned to the…