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You’ve entered my personal blog. Essentially, you have come in to my home. However you got here, you are a welcome guest. Please take a look at what I’ve been blogging about here.

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Links to the home-based-business opportunities that I participate in are also found on the right. If you have an interest in earning a living from home, as I do, I invite you to take a look.

The social media strategy services that I provide are listed next. If you or your business need a boost on Twitter or Facebook, I welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your needs, and about how I may be able to help you address them.

If you’re on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter, you will find links to my profiles on those sites. I welcome your invitation or request to connect there. Connecting with great people is what this is all about, at least for me.

Finally there’s an Amazon book widget with several of my favorite books. I think that you can tell a lot about people by the books they like to read. These are a few of my many favorite books.

Please make comments on the posts you find here, and on my other blogs. I look forward to getting to know you on the blogs and on our mutual social media sites.

All my best!

Thubten

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avatar Suzann Robins January 17, 2010 at 8:45 pm

Thubten, I am happy to know you better and to hear about your new way of eating. I look forward to knowing more about your time as a Buddhist monk. Knowing this about you lets me know you will understand my book — and the thinking behind what I have to offer at this time.

See you tomorrow at 3pm @ B&N on Sheridan.
Thanks

avatar Annie Burnside December 13, 2010 at 3:55 am

Dear Thubten,
Author Annie Burnside would love to be considered as a resource for those individuals who enjoy your wonderful offerings. Her newly released book Soul to Soul Parenting is a non-religious book centered on ONENESS and focused upon spiritual development for both the parent and child through practical everyday vehicles and universal life-affirming themes. We feel that it is very much in simpatico with your purposeful work. We would greatly appreciate your taking a look at Annie’s work (www.soultosoulparenting.com) in the hopes that we share similar goals in raising consciousness and expanding compassion in our world. If the book resonates, we ask that you help us spread the word of a positive and transformative parenting approach to your supporters through facebook, twitter or any other means through which you are willing. Thank you!

Bio: Annie Burnside is a soul nurturer, author, public speaker, parent and teacher specializing in conscious relationships and spiritual development. As a soul nurturer she helps others awaken to their own truth in all aspects of life by providing the tools and encouragement to experience direct divine connection in everyday reality. As a means to share her own spiritual evolution, Annie created a spiritual support practice in 2005 where she supports others in balancing the exterior world with an interior focus. Annie’s recent book Soul to Soul Parenting: A Guide to Raising a Spiritually Conscious Family (Wyatt-MacKenzie, June 2010) inspires parents to utilize everyday mediums to infuse greater spiritual awareness into daily family life. She also writes a blog called Soul to Soul Perspective: A Little Bit of Soul Goes a Long Way for the Chicago Tribune and is the family consciousness columnist for Evolving Your Spirit Magazine. Besides writing, Annie speaks publicly and teaches workshops. She lives with her husband and three children in Chicago, IL. Media Kit: http://tinyurl.com/soultosoulparenting-mediakit

Many Thanks and Much JOY,
The Soul to Soul Parenting Team

avatar thubten December 14, 2010 at 7:19 am

Annie,

Thank you for your gracious note. I would enjoy working with you to spread the word. Let’s talk soon.

Thubten

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