Connie Russert: Psychic, Author

Have you ever had one of those days when you know you’re “supposed” to do something you consider important – and you spend all day doing OTHER things instead?

That’s what I did today – and I’m glad I did!

A couple of weeks ago, I was very fortunate to meet Connie Russert, Psychic, Author of Channeled Messages from A Parallel Universe, who was a very straight, left-brained computer professional and then a college professor who worked with deaf people.

She wrote me and asked if I would allow her to use some of the images from my collection of my artwork at in the book she was putting together with some of the channeling she was doing.

After looking at the quality of work she was doing, I said “Yeah!” and even offered to create the pdf for her (us!). So, that’s what I spent this afternoon doing. Good fun.

I have no idea when it will be ready, but you can bet it’s going to be a beaut! You’ll be among the very first to know when it comes out.

AND…in case you wonder about this Connie Russert person, and why I’m so stoked to know her, I thought you’d like to hear her amazing story, so I interviewed her for the Daring Dreamers Showcase.

I invite you to listen in and find out how a very straight, left-brained woman who was once a computer pro, and later on worked at a university as an advocate for deaf people…who was so skeptical it took her five whole years before she believed her channeling was for real…came to be a spiritual channel.

Not only does she now channel full-time, but she also channels in ASL on Skype with deaf people! I’d say her transformation was pretty awesome. Going from a nice, comfy university job to an independent channeler? Whew!

WANT TO CHANNEL, TOO? If you have had inklings that you might be a channel, or want to try channeling, you’ll want to listen in.

SUGGESTED READING: Pick up Connie’s Channeled Messages from A Parallel Universe. I think you’ll enjoy it. here:

You also might want to look up this book: Opening to Channeling, by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer. This is the very same book I read years ago when I was taught now to channel – it’s a keeper book, not one of those ones you read and then pass on to the library.

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