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1. How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

J.K. Winters (aka Judy to family and friends—all those associated with United Intentions are considered friends!), has led a magical life. Her spiritual path kicked into full gear in 1983 when she met a music therapist and past life regression facilitator; this led to a degree in Humanistic Psychology, writing for and editing publications for the Parapsychological Services Institute (PSI) and a six year therapy practice based in Peruvian shamanism. After retirement she returned to her first love—writing. Judy’s play “Midsummer Nights’ Spell” is being performed in Chamblee at Onion Man (www.onionmanproductions.com) November 2-12. The plot and characters are based on an experience she had when she was practicing shamanism. She also started writing more short stories and two novels (most of them unpublished). But the thing that caught her attention is that as she worked on revisions of her play, the fictional aspects started to come true; then parts of one of the novels started happening. Was she writing the future? We’ll talk about it on radio!

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2. How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

J.K. Winters (aka Judy to family and friends—all those associated with United Intentions are considered friends!), has led a magical life. Her spiritual path kicked into full gear in 1983 when she met a music therapist and past life regression facilitator; this led to a degree in Humanistic Psychology, writing for and editing publications for the Parapsychological Services Institute (PSI) and a six year therapy practice based in Peruvian shamanism. After retirement she returned to her first love—writing. Judy’s play “Midsummer Nights’ Spell” is being performed in Chamblee at Onion Man (www.onionmanproductions.com) November 2-12. The plot and characters are based on an experience she had when she was practicing shamanism. She also started writing more short stories and two novels (most of them unpublished). But the thing that caught her attention is that as she worked on revisions of her play, the fictional aspects started to come true; then parts of one of the novels started happening. Was she writing the future? We’ll talk about it on radio!

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3. How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

How A Play She Wrote Came True: Aspects Of An Intentional Life

J.K. Winters (aka Judy to family and friends—all those associated with United Intentions are considered friends!), has led a magical life. Her spiritual path kicked into full gear in 1983 when she met a music therapist and past life regression facilitator; this led to a degree in Humanistic Psychology, writing for and editing publications for the Parapsychological Services Institute (PSI) and a six year therapy practice based in Peruvian shamanism. After retirement she returned to her first love—writing. Judy’s play “Midsummer Nights’ Spell” is being performed in Chamblee at Onion Man (www.onionmanproductions.com) November 2-12. The plot and characters are based on an experience she had when she was practicing shamanism. She also started writing more short stories and two novels (most of them unpublished). But the thing that caught her attention is that as she worked on revisions of her play, the fictional aspects started to come true; then parts of one of the novels started happening. Was she writing the future? We’ll talk about it on radio!

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