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Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 1:44 pm
by inspiresuccess
For Karen and anyone else new here, you can go to the top of the Boards page and click on "View Active Topics". That way you don't have to slog through all the different forums to find the ones that are active.

Also, you can sign up for email alerts that tell you when someone has posted something new in a thread you're interested in. I can't remember how to do that. I'll check it out and let you know.

Here's how the Boards work so easily for me. First, I get an email alert that someone has posted on a thread I'm active on. Then I just click and it takes me directly to that thread. About once a week I click on the "View active topics" to see if there are new threads I'm interested in.

That's one of the reasons I post so frequently -- because I've learned how to make it easy for me to access the Boards. I hope this will help others as well.

Inspire

Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2016 10:51 am
by SquarePeg
That's great advice! It can be overwhelming at first to pick a spot to start reading and replying.

Having been here a while, I now click the link to View Unread Messages, which shows me what's new.

Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2016 2:04 pm
by inspiresuccess
Karen, I'm way behind you on this book. I'm only on page 48 and I haven't done some of the previous exercises. It is triggering some ideas and things about myself that are making me take a closer look. Interesting.

Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Tue Sep 20, 2016 9:41 am
by Elaine Glimme
I read Wishcraft about thirty years ago. I did most of the exercises, but not all of them. Going back, I find that I give different answers now than I did back then. In part because I'm a different person now, but also, because there are more than one answers to a lot of the exercises. I suspect that doing the exercises makes you think, and your thoughts can percolate for a while and surface later. At least that's what happened with me.

I think most of the people posting on the Boards have read or are reading Wishcraft. Barbara Sher is a pioneer.

Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:58 am
by irminator2013
Wishcraft is my all time favorite book! I'm sure you heard this a million times. But, it changed my life! :D

Re: New here, loving Wishcraft, stirring up conversation!

PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:42 am
by inspiresuccess
Hi Irminator,

Share with us the ways it helped you. What types of things did you do because of the book, that you would never have done if you hadn't read it. I'll come back and share some of mine.

Welcome! Inspire Success