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THE VOICE OF THE MOTHER IS WILD

By Melonie Cannon

If you’ve ever attended a guided meditation class, one of the first journeys the teacher might take you on is to imagine yourself as a tree with roots growing from the bottoms of your feet or your root chakra. These roots spread out and grow and entangle themselves with the center of the earth so …

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INITIATE

By Melonie Cannon

I had been preparing for months for the trip of a lifetime. I saved fifty percent of everything I earned so my just-graduated daughter and I could make regular payments to the tour group. I exercised six times a week at the gym to make my legs stronger and my airline weight less. I read …

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Words Fall In: An Interview with Lauri Schoenfeld

By Melonie Cannon

Not only is Lauri Schoenfeld a diverse writer, she is an advocate and healer for hurt souls. A survivor of abuse and child scoliosis, Lauri has overcome those challenges and through deep introspection guides others along the same healing path. She is the greater of Inner Enlightenment, a business built around connecting to your inner …

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WORDS FALL IN: A Vision of Heavenly Mother

By Melonie Cannon

“We have been lost to each other for so long. My name means nothing to you. My memory is dust. This is not your fault, or mine. The chain connecting mother to daughter was broken and the word passed to the keeping of men, who had no way of knowing.” Anita Diamont I denied it. …

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The Truth, and nothing but the Truth, for Today.

By Melonie Cannon

Here’s the truth: Today I was supposed to put up the Words Fall In podcast. I reached out to an author who had expressed interest, but she never returned my phone calls or texts. I don’t know why. Maybe she is feeling the same thing I’m feeling (see below). Maybe she got covid. Maybe her …

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Words Fall In: An Interview with Bethany Brady Spalding & McArthur Krishna

By Melonie Cannon

I LOVE THIS EPISODE!!!! I kept cheering as I edited this podcast because of all the wisdom nuggets my two guests kept eloquently sharing. Bethany Brady Spalding and McArthur Krishna are the authors of the book series Girls Who Chose God. Segullah has reviewed their books before, which you can find here and here, but …

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The Ties That Bind

By Melonie Cannon

A few years ago I became laser-focused on learning about sound and its connection to emotional and physical healing. When I first picked up the frame drum, I knew it was the instrument for me. The frame drum is built on a hoop with skin on one or both sides. Sometimes the drum hide and/or …

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Segullah Podcast- Words Fall In- with Rosalyn Eves

By Melonie Cannon

When Rosalyn Eves is not teaching University English, being a Mom and wife, and engaging in the amazing outdoors of Southern Utah, she is writing. Rosalyn is the author of a historical fantasy trilogy which started with the book Blood Rose Rebellion. Lost Crow Conspiracy and Winter War Awakening are the next titles in the …

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Review of TITANIA IN YELLOW by Dayna Patterson

By Melonie Cannon

If you need some warm color in the middle of this cold, dark winter, open the small poetry collection Titania in Yellow by Dayna Patterson. She is a master of weaving themes and language. The theme of this book is Shakespeare. Familiarity with A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It or the Merry Wives …

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