Tellaga and Conred: A Fable for Grownup Kids: Rescuing Your Talents from Constant Comparing

I wish I knew what my talent is This charming fable, filled with original characters and situations demonstrates how to regain and use your talent It celebrates the importance of discovering that thing you love to do that nobody else can do quite like you Tellaga and Conred shows that there is no talent better or worse than any other, and it reveals the barriers that I wish I knew what my talent is This charming fable, filled with original characters and situations demonstrates how to regain and use your talent It celebrates the importance of discovering that thing you love to do that nobody else can do quite like you Tellaga and Conred shows that there is no talent better or worse than any other, and it reveals the barriers that prevent talent from being used It encourages you to use your intuition as a personal GPS to create ideas and solutions via your talent A journey with Tellaga and Conred will unleash your intuition, creativity, and decision making ability It will help you identify the Tellagas and Conreds in your own life, and see your relationships in a completely new way Anderson not only writes well, she understands that unconscious material can be both subtle and clever understood and loved Each of the characters are presented with humor, sharp observation and compassion Gloria Karpinski, author of Barefoot on Holy Ground and Where Two Worlds Touch Joyce Anderson weaves a heart warming and delightful story Through each marvelous archetypal character, we touch and remember another part of our own story Tellaga and Conred open the door for reclaiming our lost, innocent brilliance Alan Seale, author of Intuitive Living, The Manifestation Wheel
Tellaga and Conred A Fable for Grownup Kids Rescuing Your Talents from Constant Comparing I wish I knew what my talent is This charming fable filled with original characters and situations demonstrates how to regain and use your talent It celebrates the importance of discovering that thin

  • Title: Tellaga and Conred: A Fable for Grownup Kids: Rescuing Your Talents from Constant Comparing
  • Author: Joyce Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781449057886
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
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