ABOUT

Fiction Writer:

Ellis Nelson has served as an Air Force officer, government contractor, and teacher.  She has had an interest in Buddhism since childhood.  Currently, she lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her husband.  Email contact: himalayaspencerellis(at)yahoo.com.  You may also friend Ellis Nelson on FACEBOOK or follow on TWITTER.

Her first book was published in Feb. 2012. 

Mystical life is the centre of all that I do and all that I think and all that I write.  WB Yeats

58 responses to “ABOUT

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog. Hope you found my natural approach to health and my spiritual outlook, helpful. Cheers. Fred

  2. Thanks for visiting me! This looks v. interesting – will follow!

  3. Thanks for visiting our blog!

  4. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post! I’m looking forward to reading more of yours. It looks intriguing.

  5. I just look at your quote by Yeats and you images on the right and you have completely drawn me into your blog! Thanks for stopping by and sharing for a moment my spiritual adventure in the Middle East and in Malaysia.
    Blessings from Borneo,
    Stefani

  6. Thank you for the like and especially the visit to my blog. You’re welcome anytime. Have a blessed day.

  7. Preeti

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

  8. Thanks for reading my blog! Looking forward to reading your work. Best, Niki (girlwithoutawatch)

  9. Ellis, thank you for liking my post on Martha’s Vineyard.

  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post!

  11. GRATEFUL that you stopped by today. Thanx for liking my VayJayBrigade post <3
    Lila

  12. lolitalix

    Thanks for liking my Guilty Pleasures blog. Im following you now and support your work! :)

  13. foodchoices

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog and liking my maiden post. Have to work a lot more on the blog and your appreciation is certainly an encouragement.

  14. Thank you for visitng my blog!

  15. diner mystic

    Amazing that you saw me. I thought I was still hiding in back of the diner.

  16. Thank you for the follow! I look forward to reading your posts.

  17. Thanks for stopping by Fearsomebeard!

  18. Hi, you were one of my first followers when I first started blogging, which I appreciated very much. I moved my blog LeAnn’s Book Reviews and wanted to share the new address with you (http://shirleyfrancesbooksandmore.com). Thank you!

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  20. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Religion, spirituality, the odd and curious are interests of mine as well. Your blog (your writing) is so good. Following you!

  21. Thank you for stopping by my blog and following it. Encourages me to keep it up, especially since I’ve just started.

    Thanks again,
    R.

  22. Hi Ellis,

    Thank you so much for showing your appreciation for my blog post. It means a lot to me. It helps me to keep up my courage for writing.

    Your own blog seems very interesting and filled with wisdom.

    All the best,
    Tammy

  23. shellysharon

    Thanks for following my blog. I like your very much. Interesting content. Love your powerful energy :)

  24. Ron Nilson

    Hi – Thanks for the visit the likes! I’m now following you. – Peace

  25. Hello!
    I would like to say a huge thank you for visiting my blog and liking the second chapter of my manuscript! Having someone like yourself visit and like a post of mine is an incredible and motivational thing. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day!

  26. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  27. Taylor Leigh

    Great to see your blog, and thanks so much for liking my most recent post. Best wishes to you.

  28. Thanks for visiting my blog, I am enjoying exploring your site! Best wishes!

  29. Thanks for taking time to look at my blog.

  30. Thank you for liking my creative effort !
    SHIPRA SHUKLA
    Collected Tails of Jungle Land
    http://www.junglestories.com

  31. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your book looks interesting, and your philosophies mirror mine.

  32. Hello,
    Thank you for the like on my post “Garden Pretty” My garden makes me feel very relaxed and stress free… Do you have a garden? Have a wonderful day!! :D

    • Hi Erica,
      This is our first summer in a new home and have to start the gardens from scratch. The backyard is in need of sod and a total revamp so right now, we’re just getting going. I’ve had gardens at all the other houses and look forward to a day when I have something other than containers.

  33. I love the wondrous cover of your book.

    (¯`✻´¯)
    `*.¸.*✿ღ✿ღ.¸¸♥
    Sindy

  34. Thank you for stopping by and liking my post!

  35. Thank you for liking my post on “Self Love” appearing on my new blog “Twilight to Sunset”. You sound like a kindred spirit. I look forward to reading more of your posts. Warmest wishes, Wendy-Jane

  36. Dear Ellis, I do hope that you did read my post, “Mysticism vs Mist”. In today’s world there may be ways and means of bypassing reading before “liking”, but your quote of Yeats is so very reassuring. Mysticism is a path I hope to integrate with living here and now, and sharing that struggle on a one-to-one basis with whoever cares to read my posts. My Spirit Teacher is, perhaps my posts explain my relationship with Him easier than I can.
    The best of luck, no, may the Universe be with you (the Force of).

    • Thanks Jean! I’m studying mysticism, theosophy, and gnostic traditions.

    • BTW- I’m just back from Vancouver. My son graduated from SFU last week. We had a great time exploring the botanic garden, aquarium, UBC museum, and restaurants. He’s living in Burnaby and loving it!

      • I’m pleased to learn that your son is an SFU grad. I played that game quite a few years ago. I hope you enjoyed Vancouver. Have you ventured into Eastern Spiritual Teachings, such as Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism. Did I read a post of yours that referred to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras? They are deep in my mind, somewhere. Thanks for responding.

      • Yes I’ve studied Buddhism. Took online classes from Dharamsala with a master who fled Tibet with the Dalai Lama. I’d say my grounding philosophy is Buddhism, but I’m on to studying other approaches now as well. I have gained some understanding of Sufism recently. Everything leads back to source and oneness.

      • Hi

        I feel there are many followers of Buddhism who do not realise it. I have always felt close to nature. When I was young and I saw some one feel a flower petal or pick one, I would say, why did you do that it hurts the flow to squeese it like that or pick it. You don’t need to touch nature, all you have to do is let it touch you.

        Did you see my new book it has just been released.. http://www.tangodragon.com Robert Denton

        Love robert Denton

        2014-06-20 3:46 GMT+02:00 ellisnelson :

        > ellisnelson commented: “Yes I’ve studied Buddhism. Took online classes > from Dharamsala with a master who fled Tibet with the Dalai Lama. I’d say > my grounding philosophy is Buddhism, but I’m on to studying other > approaches now as well. I have gained some understanding of Sufism r” >

      • Hi Robert- Congrats on the book. I was intrigued by the idea of coming face to face with the ice dragon. Does your book explore any spiritual themes? Ellis

  37. Thanks for reading ☺

  38. Hello, my name is Gregory. I just wanted to say thank you for reading and liking my post on my blog Cascadialegends.wordpress.com. Be sure to tell your friends about me! :), I wish for the best of luck to you,

    -From Gregory

  39. Thank you for reading and liking my poem, Sailors of the Summer Stars. I am new to WordPress and I know it will take me a long time to get used to it, but already I am glad I am here.

  40. trollpacka

    Thank you for visiting me! Be blessed, lady!

  41. Hello Ellis, thank you for liking my post on ‘man’. Best wishes, Phil Stanfield

  42. Thanks for visiting :)

  43. Thank you for liking my post!

  44. Thanks for taking time to read my thoughts.

  45. Thanks for visiting my blog…

    Stay blessed

    Paddick
    Laus Deo Ministries Int

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