Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Behind the Scenes - Inner Guidance

Since I was going to write about two things, I wondered what to title this blog post, and I thought, hmmm interesting—that “behind the scenes” is our “inner guidance.”

I was at the ECKANKAR Missouri Regional Seminar here in St. Louis this past weekend. For those of you who may not know, I’m a member of ECKANKAR. This seminar I was in “training” to learn the audio/visual and technical “behind the scenes” stuff. What makes everything work when people get up on stage to speak, to sing, or play their instruments. There’s a lot to learn, and there’s so much that I do not know. And it’s not just this seminar, but also all the events where I don’t know what goes on behind the scenes. I think about this when I’m at an event of any kind—all the love and service that goes into it that I’m not always aware of.

The guest speaker at our seminar, Anne Archer Butcher, author of Inner Guidance: Our Divine Birthright, facilitated workshops and spoke. I’m still in awe. If anyone ever has a chance to hear her, I highly recommend it. I guarantee you will walk away with something that will inspire you. However, there is Anne's book

The seminar also included other talks and creative arts; one just as beautiful as the other. The youth sang too! I’m so grateful to have attended and been a part of this event. I’m giving a big hand to all.

I have an inner guide. We all have inner guides. They are with me whether I recognize them or not. Always there, behind the scene, waiting to guide me… if I ask… if I listen.


  1. It sounds like you had a great time! I recognize Ms. Butcher's name, though I can't say I've ever heard her speak. Regarding inner guides---I think some people are more attuned than others. My inner guide sounds confused a lot of the time. lol I do believe there is that inner guide, but it isn't always easy to get out of our own way.

  2. Sounds like a great event. My mama called that inner voice my conscience. I call it my intuition.

  3. Lynn--The path that you're taking works wonders for you, because you're able to create so many incredible things.

    I'm glad it was a great weekend.

  4. That sounds so interesting! I will definitely check out her book. I'm always looking for something to inspire me.

    Critter Alley

  5. Glad you had such a positive experience!

  6. I give you a hand for your hands!

  7. I'm enjoying the book now, and I love your big hands!

  8. It sounds like you had a wonderful experience!

  9. Your new website is wonderful, Lynn! You are definitely a Master Letter Writer. Beautiful, beautiful!


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