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Erotic Romance Author Beau Johnson

Buddha Under the Big Top

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How Meditation Changed my Life, One Circus Act at a Time

My dad was a psychiatrist—an old school one who believed equally in the power of medicine and talking things out.  When I was a teen and started showing signs of anxiety and depression the natural course of action as prescribed by my parents was drugs and psychotherapy. These methods helped a great deal early on, but as an adult I found myself overly dependent on tools that no longer empowered me. So, four years ago, seeking something different I found a therapist who introduced me to meditation.

I began a practice as she directed, meditating for ten minutes a day, but it didn’t go as I hoped. I was fidgety and distracted, wanting anything but to sit in that chair. On day two I declared to my husband, “I suck at mediation.”

I returned to my therapist frustrated, and…

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Until Death Do We Part… A Writing Commitment

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Writing is a state of mind, heart, soul, passion, adventure, escape, therapy, and much more. Writing is release. Writing is holding love close. Writing is burying love deep. Writing is saying goodbye to love. Writing is crying. Writing is laughter. Writing is dirty. Writing is pristine. To get to these definitions, and many more, writing becomes a challenge. The challenge presents itself at first blush as you against the world, life, and all that gets in the way of your desire to create. Reality eventually boils it down to you against yourself. ~ Micheal Ray King

Source: Writing is a state of mind, heart, soul, passion, adventure, escape, therapy, and much more. Writing is release. Writing is holding love close. Writing is burying love deep. Writing is saying goodbye to love. Writing is crying. Writing is laughter. Writing is dirty. Writing is pristine. To get to these definitions, and many more, writing becomes a challenge. The challenge presents itself at first blush as you against the world, life, and all that gets in the way of your desire to create. Reality eventually boils it down to you against yourself. ~ Micheal Ray King

Zen and the Old Rookie Writer

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Bob and Marie

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Me and Rhonda

Scene-Building: Middles

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What’s the Sense?

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What’s the Sense?

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