Six Random Things

Random Facts About Me - A Blogger Community Project

Ailia, who presides over the phenomenal Paleothea: the Ancient Goddess blog, is participating in a community blog project encouraging bloggers to share a little about themselves. 

Ailia got tagged (by Pietra at Stregheria Pratica) for this fun project, tagged me, and now I’ll tag 6 others (list @ end of post).

Here’s how the community blog project works in more detail:

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them.
5. Let each person know they’ve been tagged and leave a comment on their blog.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.


Now, 6 Random Things About Me:

1.  I hate divulging information about myself, but love it at the same time.  I think I’m wonderfully odd but hate the idea of getting cocky about it.  So, I walk a fine line.

2.  I have a compulsive and addictive nature – these behaviors bleed into everything I do.  As one might imagine – this can be very, very good and very, very bad.

3.  I meditate and find it to be as vital a requirement as breathing.

4.  After 12 years, I just quit a high-paying accounting career to funnel my energy into a very different focus.  My two other websites: and are the brain children of this focus.    I’m both electrified and scared shitless about this transition. 

5.  I’m heavily tattooed.   I’m convinced I was bleached at birth…my original color is “multi.”

6. I have a container fetish.  Boxes send me into orbit.  I love to compartmentalize.

That’s some poop on me.

Now, I tag the following folks in avid anticipation of their divulgences!  TAG, YOU’RE IT!


11 Comments on “Six Random Things”

  1. Hi!
    I am the person who tagged Ailia… and I love to see this meme spreading… when I came here to see yours, I got very happy to learn that Tarot Teachings is one of your offspring. My friends and I love this site, it has been very useful to our group study.
    Great job and may the Gods keep you and yours!

  2. Hi Pietra,
    I am both honored and elated to learn Tarot Teachings is a part of your curriculum. This is the highest thrill for me. Likewise, Stregheria Pratica is a source of inspiration as well.
    Thanks very much.

  3. I’ve never had a tattoo in my life although I’d love one of the antlered Cernunnos on my shoulder.

    I’d say I have an addictive and obsessive nature 😀

  4. Hey A,

    No need to be shitless about being your own publisher.

    Just keep doing precisely what you’ve been doing. Your passion will set your sails.

    Trust me – it’s all gravy from here on out.

  5. Wow!!!

    What a major change from the last time I was here. Knock them dead girl, you on well on the path to your greatest dreams. NEVER stop. I am so proud of you.

  6. A similar question was asked of me on another blog. Here are the 8 things that came to mind (it is amazing what variety comes to our minds depending on our mood, energy level and level of desired transparency);

    1) I have felt what its like to stand above the clouds and sense the night skies from a Chilean Observatory.

    2) I have flown as a passenger in the cockpit of a plane during aerial team acrobatic manoeuvers.

    3) I make sense of the present by learning to detach from my limited perception of the past.

    4) I evolve to realize those people I had thought were my enemies are some of my most profound teachers.

    5) I trust my intuition implicitly.

    6) I believe love and compassion are life-tranforming energies that bring us back to ourselves

    7) I have grown to intuit worth in the form of kindness rather than to measure it in terms of degrees or measurable competency.

    8) Life has taught me inner satisfaction is immeaurable, and that facing perceived challenges has made me less afraid.

  7. Hi Liara, these are great aspects. In these you also provide powerful catalysts for everyone who reads them. I personally adopt & reaffirm No. 3 from your list. As always, thank you!

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