Shanti Einolander
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Shanti Einolander


Editor & Midwife for Books, Blogs, & Websites


Clear Light Editorial* offers passionate, inspired, professional support for all your publication needs. With over eighteen years experience as a freelance editor and writer, it is an honor and a thrill to assist authors in bringing their work to a level of clear organization and readability that will excite the interest of both readers and publishers.

 

I have had the joy and privilege of working with leading edge authors and teachers in the areas of spirituality, psychology, metaphysics, autobiographies of awakening, Advaita, Buddhism, Satsang, alternative medicine, quantum healing, and health and fitness. Please see edited works. Though these topics reflect my personal interest and passion, I welcome all project inquiries, including articles, websites, blogs, promotional copy, dissertations, theses, and works of fiction and fantasy.


Whether your project requires help with development and organization, line editing, copyediting, rewriting, or writing critique, I am happy to collaborate on any level that is needed. Assistance with book proposals, jacket copy, and promotional copy is also available. See services and rates page for details. If you are not an experienced writer, I can help to demystify the editing process while midwifing your project to a successful completion.

 

I have a special love of memoir and have authored an “as told to” autobiography for a spiritual teacher and speaker entitled The Last Hustle: A True Story, soon to be released by Non-Duality Press in May, 2011. If you have a true life story that has the capacity to inspire lives and awaken hearts, I can help you get your story told!

 

For transcription services, please see the transcription page.

 

I look forward to your inquiry and to discovering how I can serve your production needs.

 

~ Shanti Einolander

 

*clear light — The most subtle level of mind that realizes ultimate, non-dual reality directly.

 

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Networking & Connecting, Sharing Information & Resources, Clients & Customers
2 ~ What brought you to Ashland & Southern Oregon area? Let us know what’s been inspiring you these days!
Love brought me here, the community of conscious, loving individuals keeps me here!
3 ~ What would you love to offer to and share with our community? What do you envision could be a few of the most beneficial things that could happen from actively using this site? Feel free to be outrageous!
Editing, writing, and production services for books, publications, and websites, including simple but elegant website design for Mac OSx.
4 ~ Please describe any projects or businesses you'd like to develop, if any? What is your "JOB" (aka "Joy of Being")? What especially delights you?
My dream and aspiration is to launch a southern Oregon magazine entitled, "ONE — Your Gateway to Consciousness, a spiritually-based, alive exploration into the realization of our true nature as infinite consciousness. One key aspect would be to invite a community conversation and exploration into what it is to live consciously in community as One. Another aspect might be a column of true life stories that exemplify oneness in action. If you have an interest in either funding or collaborating on a magazine such as this, please contact me! ~ [email protected]
5 ~ Which intriguing concepts, local endeavors, links, music, art, websites, books, films, inventions have you been exploring?
Snatum Kaur, Eva Cassidy, Nora Jones, Tina Malia, India Arie, Krishna Das
"American Beauty," "Powder," "Crash" "The Devil Wears Prada,"
"The Diamond in Your Pocket" — Gangaji,
"A Thousand Names for Joy" — Byron Katie,
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http://www.clearlight-edit.com
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At 8:38pm on May 11, 2011, Ashland Source Center said…

Welcome to the Ashland Resource Center,


You can utilize this resource center as it grows to share information about yourself and your projects, business or organization. This provides a vital inventory of who's doing what so we can better connect and prosper each other. This resource center is akin to our own local community version of FaceBook/MySpace with the ability to meet and greet face-to-face as well.

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At 10:02am on April 15, 2011, Karen Caird said…
Ha Ha!  I thought of you yesterday, thought I say you across the parking lot at Shop N Kart.  Hope all is well with you.  All blessings to you, always!  Karen
At 9:23am on April 15, 2011, Ann Fielder, L.Ac. said…
hi Shanti,  good to see you here and what a wonderful page you have!  I'm glad to know about your services.  Call me if you'd like an acupuncture tune-up!  Cheers,  Ann
At 9:27pm on April 14, 2011, Lisa Schumacher said…
My Friend!!!
At 12:54pm on April 14, 2011, Christina Bauer said…

ABSOLUTELY! Becoming your friend has been one of the BEST things that has ever happened for me  :) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bless you LOVE

 
 
 

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