If you’ve been reading the Wisdom Bites series you’ve noticed that every other entry has a quote attached. sometimes they’re just proverbs, others are famous quotes, some of them are my own quotes, and some are by Inaya.
If you Google Inaya, the results aren’t going to be helpful. Why? Because the Inaya that provided the quotes isn’t someone famous. She’s… Well, it’s a bit hard to explain, but I’ll give it a shot, at the risk of making myself sound completely insane.
Inaya is a being that used to speak to me. During meditation (or sometimes too much drinking) this being would speak to me. She was very powerful and very old. She was a warrior of some sort. She was from an ancient race and had at one time been responsible for keeping peace, but turned rogue at some point. She was very big on power among women and making victims fight back.
Unfortunately she was very angry, and even though she embodied strength and determination, her hate and bitterness disturbed me. i had to cut contact with her. I did, however, often take notes on what she was communicating with me, and some of what she had to say was well worth sharing. For that reason I used some quotes of hers in this book.
Now, some of you may question my sanity, and that’s just fine. I’m happy with my mental status. This wasn’t the first time I’d connected with another spirit/being, and likely won’t be the last. It really works for some people, just look up Abraham Hicks. Whenever these odd things happen, I try to learn as much as I can, and sometimes, whether you know it or not, I’m sharing that with my readers.
Anyway, I thought some of you might get curious and eventually ask, so I figured I’d give you the information early on. Now you know!