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Fearlessly Feral Living means successful creative living. Unbounded joyful living. Wild and free living. Living a life uncontrolled by outer conditions, but instead with a trained mind and thoughts and beliefs that serve you.
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This episode could also be titled:  Don't take yourself so seriously, also known as Rule 62.  It's all about the wonderful metaphors and lessons to be learned in the process of discovering jicama wraps, as well as soaking in hot springs, going to Trader Joes and being open to play and spontaneity.Fearlessly Feral Living is sponsored by Center for Spiritual Living Carson City, a Teaching Chapter of Centers for Spiritual Living.  You can support this podcast and all of my endeavors by going to CSL Carson City and clicking on the Donate Button.  Or  you can  join me over on Patreon.  You can also join our private Facebook group called Fearlessly Feral Living.  And last but not least, you can keep up with my activities by going to my web site:  KarenLinsley.comSupport the show (
Consider the events of December 21, 2020:  the convergence of Saturn and Jupiter, the Winter Solstice, and the Star of Bethlehem.  Consider that these three events could be considered as a metaphorical triple whammy for us in our lives.  This podcast suggests the metaphorical meaning of these events, and reminds us of how we can take advantage of this magical time.You can support this podcast by going Center for Spiritual Living Carson City and clicking on the donate button.  Or you can join me over on Patreon.  Or you can join us on Facebook at our private Fearlessly Feral Living group.  Check out my web site for other information about my schedule of talks, books and other activities.Support the show (
Good Grief!

Good Grief!


Let's face it, I think the entire country, maybe even the entire world, is grieving right now.  We've all suffered losses:  loss of lifestyle, loss of faith, loss of jobs, loss of loved ones, the list goes on and on.  And the only wrong way to do grief is not to do it at all.  This episode addresses some of the things that might happen while grieving, and some ways to move successfully through the process.Support the show (



Surrender is not typically a New Thought topic, except that it is.  We just call it something different.  We call it releasing with love.  Or accepting the gift.  Or changing our thinking to change our life.Join me for this discussion on surrendering, New Thought style.Links in this episode:, for supporting our mission:Our MISSION is to provide a strong and unshakeable inner foundation that works for long term successful living.Our PURPOSE is activating inner self awareness to live unlimited lives.Our VISION is a world in which everyone lives Fearlessly Feral.Alternatively, you can go to and become a member! We also have a private Facebook group called Fearlessly Feral Living where we discuss podcast topics and other things too!  You can join by going here: the show (
Oneness is a spiritual principle.  If we base our lives in the principle of oneness, we will be much more successful at weathering challenging times.  Oneness means that if we are hurting, others are too, and if others are hurting, so are we. Fearlessly Feral Living is sponsored by the Center for Spiritual Living Carson City. To donate, you can go to join the Fearlessly Feral community over on Patreon. And our Facebook Community: the show (
What is Normal?

What is Normal?


What is normal?  We are in a unique time right now, and the invitation is to choose a new normal, rather than going back to the old one, as we move from sheltering in place to once again being out in the world.  Using the spiritual practices of introspection, self awareness and practicing the presence, and basing our lives in the principle of oneness, we get to choose what we want our new normal to look like.  We get to create our new normal.Quote in this episode by Ernest Holmes, from Sermon By the Sea, available at http://somarchives.orgSupport Fearlessly Feral by going to or by joining us on Patreon at the show (
Show Notes: basic outline of this particular episode is that when life sucks, it is because of one thing only:  a phenomenon called separation.  This episode describes what separation is and how to move towards a sense of the opposite of separation:  oneness.  I use examples from New Thought,  Hinduism, Christianity, spiritual psychology, twelve step philosophy and science to demonstrate how each system defines separation and how each system teaches to move towards oneness. I thank you for listening, and I know that it is no accident that you are here.  I affirm your greatest good!  I affirm your inherent divinity, and that that divinity shows up in your life as wisdom, prosperity, peace and unconditional love.  I know that you are the place where God shows up in this world.  I love you, and I support you. Fearlessly Feral Living is sponsored by Center for Spiritual Living Carson City Nevada, a teaching chapter.  If you wish to contribute financially to support this project, you can go to and click on the donate button.  lternatively, you can go to and become a member!Your gifts contribute to the ongoing production of this podcast, as well as to supporting Wednesday Night Wisdom and other ongoing activities sponsored by CSL Carson City. We also have a private Facebook group called Fearlessly Feral Living where we discuss podcast topics and other things too!  You can join by going here: I’m currently serving as Interim Minister for Mountainside Center for Spiritual Living in Placerville.  I speak there every other Sunday, and currently all Sunday services are online via Zoom.  Future speaking dates are May 31, June 14, June 28, July 12 and July 26.  Support the show (
Show Notes:What is spiritual?  Why would you want to be spiritual? In this episode, we discuss the meaning of spirituality in our lives and how being spiritual can lead to Fearlessly Feral Living.Many definitions of spirituality do not do it justice.  Spirituality is about being as Spirit.  It is about embodying qualities such as love, peace, wisdom, power and joy.  The more we can be these qualities, the more Fearlessly Feral we can be in our lives.Fearlessly Feral is sponsored by the Center for Spiritual Living Carson City Teaching Chapter.  You can support the podcast by going to and clicking on the donate button.You can become a member of Fearlessly Feral on Patreon at can join us for discussion at Fearlessly Feral, a private group on Facebook.I'm currently serving as Interim Minister at Mountainside Center for Spiritual Living in Placerville, CA.  All our services are via Zoom and you can find us on Facebook.Support the show (
In this first episode I will explore the creation story of Fearlessly Feral, the meaning of it, and offer some tips and tidbits to begin to live Fearlessly Feral.Show Notes:More information about New Thought at at: for Spiritual Living:  www.csl.orgSupport opportunities: and for living Fearlessly Feral:  Find the humor.  Look for or create fun.  One of my favorite quotes: “Watch your thoughts, they become words;watch your words, they become actions;watch your actions, they become habits;watch your habits, they become character;watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”  Variously attributed to Transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson, Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, supermarket magnate Frank Outlaw, spiritual teacher Gautama Buddha, and the father of Margaret ThatcherConnect with that inner Higher Self, and stay connected.Look at barriers not as barriers but as guideposts leading you into a different and better direction.Know that there is always a yes inherent in any idea you might get.You can hear me speak via Zoom on Sunday mornings.  I’m currently serving Mountainside Center for Spiritual Living in Placerville CA.  I’ll be speaking with them on May 10 and May 31.  I also do a Wednesday Zoom discussion book studying the works of Ernest Holmes.  Contact me on Facebook or at Karen@karenlinsley.comSupport the show (
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