“Once people can see their drama from the safe distance of story, they can embrace their journey and unique talents for the life they are meant to live.” ~ Joyce Anderson
The tale is both an allegory for damaging a spirit, which so often occurs in childhood and beyond, as well as a methodology for neutralizing and overcoming the trauma. A quick read and a reminder that the greatest prison—and its key—lies within. ~ Kirkus Reviews
Tellaga and Conred is a story that divinely came through me in 2007 and was eventually published in 2010. All of my teachings come from this inspirational and interactive story. Once you identify the many fascinating characters as archetypes in your own life and practice the intuitive exercises, you have the opportunity to:
- Identify, practice and deliver your unique talents
- Activate and make effective decisions
- Release comparing and competing for self-worth, and get the real gold of worth
- Unleash, increase and guide with intuition, your GPS.
- Embrace how you are ‘uniquely the same’ to take action to create a better world
I offer the above training through:
- 30 Min. Intuition Soft Skills Classes, and 10 Min. Plays for Educators
- Interactive workshops and/or keynotes
- Reading Tellaga and Conred, (hardcover, e-reader, or e-book)
- Identifying and working with archetypes from Tellaga and Conred for fast change.
- Listening to my archived Voice America.com radio shows, Conversations with YourSelf
- Reading my blog
- INTERVIEWER for your event, panel discussion or website video. I offer my experience as a radio host for your own event or business.
Browse the website to see how I can best serve you.
“Anderson not only writes well, she clearly understands that unclaimed unconscious material can be both subtle and clever; and if embraced, can be understood and loved. Each of the inner characters is presented with humor, sharp observation and compassion. As Tellaga says, ‘Once people can hear their drama from the distance of a story… they feel empowered and as interesting as a good movie.’” ~ Gloria Karpinski, author of Barefoot on Holy Ground and Where Two Worlds Touch