Maggie Lynch


I came in with the advent of rock and roll, what a fabulous era to experience! Growing up in the fifties with Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis, loving the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and in the sixties, marching on Washington against the war in Vietnam. I was at Harvard then deciding whether to go to Woodstock or take my final exams. I had skipped my senior year of college to enter their Masters program in Education. I did not have any interest in being a teacher but it was a fantastic place to be and fulfilled all my New England heritage expectations. Now the joke is on me, and what a delightful one it is, as I ended up a healer/teacher and counselor so many years later.

I have always been drawn to channels and their teachings and was guided to wonderful knowledge of my past lives, filled with healing and confrontations with power. I explored these hints at who I was. At first with some procrastination and eventually forgiving and developing parts of myself I had never even dreamed about. Now one of my greatest pleasures is in the joy of hands on healing.

As inner awareness grew, I changed the balance between work and play. I still do some real estate ventures, have the opportunity to help others heal, take plenty of time for breathing and playing, and nurse my artistic leanings by learning and enjoying photography.

Smashwords Interview

What was your inspiration for first book, "For You?"
After looking through the hundreds of beautiful photographs I’d taken over the years, it became important for me to find a way to get them out to the public in a format many others would enjoy. After meditating on the subject, musings came to me in a sort of “in-spirit” writing style; I just heard words and was then guided as to what to write.
What is your writing routine?
During my morning and evening meditation, when noise is limited and my inner voices can be heard, I often receive messages. I have a sanctuary where I am open to these voices and am able to align my thoughts to stay positive.
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For You
Price: Free! Words: 2,050. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » General self-help, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / General
Succinct sutras that both soothe and inspire your journey into the great mysteries of life. Each page a photographic and metaphysical delight to arouse your spiritual curiosity. A handbook for greater connection to a rich internal life and full of hints to lead you toward an inner experience.

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