Meg Lundstrom

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Meg Lundstrom is an author and magazine writer who has written for Redbook, BusinessWeek and Woman’s World on self-development, health, entrepreneurship, and the human search for meaning. She discovered divining more than 20 years ago on a trip to India and since then it’s become a potent spiritual path—one that has led her to a trip to Tibet and in turn, to co-authoring The Power of Flow, a book about synchronicity that has been published in 10 languages. She divides her time between the Catskills, Big Sur, and South India.

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The Practical Art of Divining

Tami Simon speaks with Meg Lundstrom a journalist and author who has extensively written on the topics of self-development, health, and the search for meaning. She discovered the art of divining over 20 years ago, and calls upon her vast knowledge in the subject for a new book with Sounds True called What to Do When You Can’t Decide: Useful Tools for Finding the Answer Within. Meg discusses synchronicity and divining, the three types of divining methods discussed in her book, and the mechanisms at work behind the art of divining. (45 minutes)

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