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The Telepathic Writing Salon with host Christel Janssen is an intimate magical experience outside linear time through writings from unexpected but very real parts of ourselves. Each episode explores an immersive experience of telepathic writings that become like poems that are brutally honest and prophetic, magical, humorous, and inspiring. They are a play with perspectives and an opening of our senses. We let our future speak, the unlived parts of our history, we open ourselves to whole new potentials, the modern afterlife, the future of communication, our bodies, and the sensual experience of being a human. The Telepathic Writing Salon is a group of writers that writes from the nitty-gritty stuff of life through the opening of their senses. Your host is the author and telepathic writer Christel Janssen.www.thetelepathicwritingsalon.com

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The Telepathic Writing Salon with host Christel Janssen is an intimate magical experience outside linear time through writings from unexpected but very real parts of ourselves. Each episode explores an immersive experience of telepathic writings that become like poems that are brutally honest and prophetic, magical, humorous, and inspiring. They are a play with perspectives and an opening of our senses. We let our future speak, the unlived parts of our history, we open ourselves to whole new potentials, the modern afterlife, the future of communication, our bodies, and the sensual experience of being a human. The Telepathic Writing Salon is a group of writers that writes from the nitty-gritty stuff of life through the opening of their senses. Your host is the author and telepathic writer Christel Janssen.www.thetelepathicwritingsalon.com

    The Rise Of the Butterfly with Layla Love

    The Rise Of the Butterfly with Layla Love

    #021 This episode is dedicated to artist, world-renowned photographer, and journalist Layla Love.  She is a progressive thought leader, a visionary, a luminary. She uses art as an alchemical process to illuminate the human consciousness. Layla speaks about 'The Rise of the Butterfly' an anti-human trafficking nonprofit organization. 


    Layla says: "Art paired with purpose loses its ego." 

     She captures life as a series of adventures and expeditions into the unknown, returning always with a greater sense of what it means to be human. After studying journalism and global communications at Richmond International University in London she realized that visual imagery has the greatest impact on our modern communication process. At 21, she began a five-year photojournalism tour to war-torn and compromised regions with a focus on the plight of women. Love sees a world where art changes people, and people change the world. 

    Love's photography has been exhibited worldwide including a photographic selection to the White House permanent collection in 2008.  She has shown at Paris Photo, Art Basel, the MoMa sponsored AiPAD Photography Show in New York. Ms. Love has participated in over 100 photographic exhibitions.  Love's image the Fullest Bloom was adapted individually for over 30 Tiffany & Co. Diamond Showrooms worldwide attesting to Love's attention to detail and mastery of fine art printing." 


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    • 53 min
    Hear Us! An Animal Cry for Awareness

    Hear Us! An Animal Cry for Awareness

    #020 Christel shows how she spontaneously opened up to animal slaughter, and to the voices of the animals that want to be heard.  Driving in a car up a hill brought her in this other state that allowed her to perceive the cry for help. It was more intense every time: animals screaming, images, visuals that seem to be appearing out of nowhere of blood, pain, cruelty, slaughtering, and their question: 'Hear Us! See us in our intelligence, in our aliveness, in who we truly are.' 

    This experience was terribly painful, but at the same time, Christel describes how she went beyond the denial around it, beyond the unconsciousness, the way in which we block things out. 

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    • 6 min
    StoryQuest with Laura Lentz

    StoryQuest with Laura Lentz

    #019 Christel speaks with Laura Lentz, an international respected author, creative coach and writing teacher living on Kauai.  She is the co-founder of the Literati Academy and the StoryQuest community. She speaks about 'Syncreation': the magic that happens when writing together in a group: How writers become in synch with each other when writing together. 

    "Deep listening is a practice," Laura says, something we don't learn in school. It is about how to respectfully listen to another person and holding the space for the truth in it. 

    Laura reveals: Story is going to save the world. In these intense times, story is how we are able to perceive each other's differences, it gives us a bridge to understanding each other. 

    Laura's new book Story Quest is a workbook about the Hero's journey. It is for writers to understand the writers personal journey inside of the collective journey. Laura discusses how the hero's journey shows up in our lives and in literature. 

    • 20 min
    The Intimacy of the last Act Part 2

    The Intimacy of the last Act Part 2

    #018   In the last episode Christel wrote from the intimacy of the last act, how the last time she was intimate with her partner who was dying, was like being robbed from all her money in the bank account of their connection.  
    After the last episode, Christel interviewed other people, who had lost their partner to disease. They all described similar experiences,  being in survival mode, a state of shock, and a sense of void that they were left with. Sometimes for a long time. Speaking about it now, was very liberating. 

    In this episode Christel writes to her partner that she lost over a year ago, it is like she is there with him, in a cave with dripping water. (he was a well driller in his life)  and he starts to speak. 
    It is an example of telepathic writing, she says:'It is as if we are released from the story we created together.'

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    • 11 min
    The Intimacy of the last Act

    The Intimacy of the last Act

    #017 of the Telepathic Writing Salon Podcast. The reality of sex and intimacy upon dying.

    Episode #010 of the Telepathic Writing Salon Podcast was about losing your virginity as the most precious act. Having sex for the first time, how it could have been such a beautiful thing, but mostly it isn’t, it is clumsy, overwhelming, a sense of losing your innocence, crossing a big threshold. 
    And the same is true for making love for the last time. Something which is hardly spoken about: is sex and intimacy and dying.
    When 2 partners have shared a wonderful intimacy and then…one of them departs: is dying. And they know it. And their lovemaking and intimacy as they had it has to die too, at least at a certain level.

    And I believe this could be a most beautiful thing, but also the ugliest  
    And that is what I am writing about today. 

    I had a lovely relationship with my last partner, who passed away last year. For 7 years to the day, we were together. And we shared many wonderful, intimate moments, the lovemaking was always good, or multilayered,  honoring, expansive, uplifting, creative, and multisensory, so much beautiful exchange.
    But then got sick. The cancer spread to his whole body. And he did not want to die.  He didn’t want to acknowledge that he was dying it. He was desperately trying to fight it.
    But then there were these actions, that showed that he knew it was the end of his life, and he would act upon it in desperate ways. One of which was our last intimate moment together, three weeks before he passed away.


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    • 10 min
    Dancing at the Edge of Living and Dying Part 2

    Dancing at the Edge of Living and Dying Part 2

    #016 This is Part 2 in the story about Clea, and her dance between living and dying as it came out in her journey through cancer.

    In episode 15,  Christel read pieces about Clea's process, pieces that Clea never heard before. Now we hear Clea's side of the story, how she relived the experience again, how she felt the depth of it and felt how close she was to dying. 

    Christel and Clea have known each other for a long time, and Christel always believed in Clea's ability to heal but at some point, even that got compromised.

    Christel tells how underneath it all she could aways feel this part in Clea that was always so vibrant and alive, but there was now also hope being swept away, swept away by the morphine that Clea took to deal with her incredible pain.

     At some point, the cancer was metastasized  everywhere in her body and she was in a hospital bed unable to move.
    ‘If you want to heal you need to stop the morphine’ Christel told her, when that came out in the writing. Clea stopped cold turkey. They did two Dreamwalks together, a process to go to the root of the choice to live. These were incredibly healing as Clea describes from that moment her body started to heal and the cancer markers in her blood that were very high before now decreased dramatically. 

    We hear Clea describe the different phases in her cancer and what ultimately healed her, what her advice to other people would be, and what she would like to tell the doctors. 

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    • 42 min

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Christel Janssen and the Telepathic Writing Salon

Listening to the beautiful and melodic voice of CJ is in and of itself a sweet pleasure but what’s even more pleasurable are the stories, poems and spontaneous writings that inhabit this salon. It is a place and time that takes you away from the mundane into worlds of pure uninhibited imagination and inspiration. Love spending time here away from the twilight zone times that we live in where truth and creativity prevail. Where one can get lost in the present and realize things about oneself in the clear light of transparent writing from ones depth.

Thank you Christel Janssen for sharing your delightful and deep perspective with us. Keep the stories coming...

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