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Who Am I?

So, this is me….
By name, most people know me as Sandy, San, Sandy Souder. I’ve traveled life at various levels of consciousness. Fortunately, I have become more awakened. And it is my intention to keep at it, this lifetime and the next, and the next, and the next…You get the idea. I pray that I carry this level of consciousness to the next life so I can start where I left off instead of starting from zero!

Why do I think I should possibly have a web page, or blog, if you will? Only because I have gotten this far and I have been told that I have a few things to say that are worthy for others to hear and possibly ponder.
I even have a license! I became a Licensed Unity Teacher for Unity Worldwide Ministries in May 2011. That came after a lot of class work, a lot of field work and a lot of soul searching. Much had to change from within for me to get to here. And much more is yet to be discovered.

What am I doing to grow and assist others? I work very hard to BE loving to all. To be compassionate. To be caring. To be patient (tough one for me!) I followed a calling and moved to the Rehoboth Beach area where I always felt that the energy would support a New Thought Ministry. So, here I am.

In January, I started classes to discuss ideas from a metaphysical point of view. We used the book, Discover the Power Within – A Guide to the Unexplored Depths Within by Eric Butterworth as a springboard to our discussions. Those classes are held on three different days, at three different times and three different places in an effort to accommodate as many people as possible who may be interested in this type of discussion.

Each class has been a success. Each has a completely different type of personality.
We are winding down our discussion of Eric Butterworth’s book. Soon we will choose another book and continue the discussions. Check out the calendar if you are interested.



  1. Deborah Moore says:

    I am in a lot of pain due to rheumatoid arthritis. I think it has made me a little callous. I am sorry if I offended anyone.
    Sandy, I would like to join in on the readings on Tuesday at 1:30. Please let me if this would be OK. Thank you. Deby

    • sansmagic says:

      We would love to see you on Tuesday. Please do join us. And please know that we, each of us, have issues of one variety or another, that we are dealing with on this sacred journey, so we honor you and your path as we honor each of the others in the group.

      Please feel free to invite any of your friends who you think would enjoy and benefit from the group.

      Blessings to you.

  2. beaviss says:

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  3. Maggie Kilroy says:

    Sandy, I met you at the Coffee Talk series and you have me your card. Before I figure out which day to attend I need to know where the meetings occur and do I need to read the book before attending. Looking forward to hearing from you, Maggie

    • sansmagic says:


      Did you see the calendar on the website? The places where the classes are held are listed.
      Tuesday’s at Long Neck CHEER Ctr. this group just started studying The Four Agreements, 1:30 -3:30.
      Wednesdays at my house near Long Neck, 24336 Shady Lane, Millsboro, DE 19966, 7:00 – 9:00
      Thursdays at the Rehoboth Library at 10:30-12:30.

      These last two classes are in the middle of Sacred Contracts.

      You do not need books as I prepare notes for discussion.

      Hope to see you this week.


  4. Hi Sandy,
    Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the “Change Your Life Change Your Thoughts: Wisdom of the Tao” class at the Rehoboth Beach Library this morning. It was very interesting and thought provoking. Looking forward to attending more if the sessions continue.
    Gail Sobotkin

  5. Rev. Pixie Dufour says:

    Sandy, I just wanted to say that you wrote the most beautiful article on the Easter Holy Week – metaphysically speaking.
    I was looking for help in that area to reference for a message I am going to give and you helped ALOT. I will definitely use full disclosure your name and website. Please let me know if that is not ok. Thank you so much, Blessings

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