At the Oud Sint Jan’s Museum of Bruges with Picasso Drawings

Above: Pablo Picasso, The Friendship Bouquet, at the Oud St. Jan's Museum of Bruges, which just exhibited Rider on Horse - an experimental cloud/sun photograph by me - November 26 through December 1,  2018. Bruges is the exquisite canal-lined city in Belgium that tourists love, just a half hour from Ghent, another old Flanders city, and I'm a dual national. Bruges is one of the loveliest cities in Europe, a little Venice. The event is the Flanders International Biennal of Contemporary Art...
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Keep this Quiet! IV Ancient Secrets Revealed – revised edition

Read how Margaret, "a grand synthesizer," weaves together her life journey; it spans friendship with Hunter Thompson and mystical initiations in "Seeing and Sensing Subtle Energy." Her attempt to make the two ends fit into her life attracts amazing teachers and also leads to many ups and downs. "What happens when the blinders against quantum 'magic' are lifted?" Keep This Quiet! IV asks: " Our life experience shifts profoundly. The updated, new edition of Keep This Quiet! IV - retitled Ancien...
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Review of KTQ! IV – Will change your mind . . . perhaps your entire life!

The short version:  READ IT! The medium length version:  Warning!  Reading Margaret Harrell’s Keep This Quiet! IV may literally CHANGE YOUR MIND . . . and, perhaps your entire life! The reasons for stating this are multiple, but first and foremost, this book is psychoactive.  Truth is illuminating and what this book does is simply light up the same Truth that is in you . . . that is in all of us.  It is said “The Truth shall set you free.” Well, this is it. The long version: When you...
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“Using Dreams to Clear Clutter” – Interview with Margaret

Watch it here I have just watched "Using Dreams to Clear Clutter"  - under Julie Coraccio's "Liked Podcasts"  - and I really enjoyed it. Julie is a marvelous interviewer. And that ability shines through. Also, I loaded the answers with examples, as dreams are storytelling vehicles. Please do watch it. I guarantee you'll find some interesting tips on dreaming. Julie Coraccio introduces her popular podcast like this: Declutter Your Life We all have gifts and talents, but clutter, whether...
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NEW: Midwest Book Review – Keep This Quiet! IV

Hot Deal: Amazon has temporarily reduced the print price of Keep This Quiet! IV. It has been as low as $9.78.  List Price: $ 18.95 Save: $ 9.17 (48%)    Below is the NEW Midwest Book Review review: Synopsis: In Keep This Quiet!: More Initiations, author Margaret A. Harrell dives even deeper into the world of visions, computer-PK (mental influence over the computer), divine guidance, the psychologist Carl Jung, and science. The fourth volume in a thoughtful...
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More of My Camera Mischief

No comment. Just here are four photos of my mini-dachshund taken at the same time. No photoshopping. I only noticed the odd two when finally downloading the photos off my iphone 4 as I received the updated iphone, which supposedly has a better camera. But I love these playful  oddities. It's always so hopeful not to have an explanation.  
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Goodreads Giveaway Begins May 8 – KTQ Too!

A new Goodreads giveaway - this time of Keep THIS Quiet! Too! - will begin May 8. You cannot sign up yet, but in a FEW DAYS you can. To enter the giveaway, after it's up and running the 8th, click on the widget below. You will have the chance to win one of two print copies. Goodreads Book Giveaway Keep This Quiet Too! by Margaret A. Harrell Giveaway ends June 07, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway The earlier giveaway - of Keep...
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The Balancing Act of Me

Elizabeth Hein's novel How to Climb the Eiffel Tower kept me up to 3 a.m. the other night. In it a first-hand narrator wittily and with vulnerability describes her successful battle with cancer as a young career woman. I wouldn't have expected to be swept up in the topic, but she has a deft style and kept me reading and turning pages. Elizabeth has honored me by inviting me to contribute a Guest Blog, which you can read here. I took the occasion to write about relationships in the context of the...
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