The mission of Planet Dust Enterprises is to make this world an easier place for all bodies to be.

And if you want something done, do it yourself. Amirite, GenXers?

Planet Dust Enterprises is an online business that provides GenXers with consulting, group workshops, and tools for writing their own stories and then letting them go. Becuz we done being silent. We wanna… Feel connection. Be more authentic. Find inner peace.

Drop into a free Self Mastery Program webinar for a tease of how we do things at PDE. Learn about the signature self-care practice for living in the moment. Meet Planet Dust culture and community!


PDE does not offer therapy but is an excellent add-on to existing therapy treatment. PDE operates on a science & spirituality–based worldview.

  • If you are a mental healthcare professional of any age who would like learn how to integrate spirituality with your client practice, let’s chat


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I Don’t Want to Be Normal Blank Journal

A journal to write your own story in. Cover featuring original word art by Anastasia Wasko.

Choose from a 60-page hardcover blank journal, or a 200-page softcover lined journal.

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Burn It Down Write Yer Own Damn Story Journal

A journal to write your own story in. Cover featuring original word art by Anastasia Wasko.

Choose from a 60-page hardcover blank journal, or a 200-page softcover lined journal.

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The Practice: Embodying a Transpersonal Point of View and Writing Your Own Story

The Practice is a guidebook that leads you through a process that serves your personal growth based on aligning your mind, body, and soul. Wasko explains old bodies of spiritual knowledge and practices in today’s terms. Questions such as “What is the soul?” and “Why am I here?” are explored in down-to-Earth language. Learn how to tap into your mind-body-soul feedback loop. Then, reflect on what you find and invite your inner voice to be more authentic. The Practice incorporates using evolutionary astrology to guide you in writing your own story, your own personal narrative. The section “Write Your Own Story” contains 10 pages of reflection prompts, including exercises for you to create a Map of Inner Space and Constellation of Interconnectedness.

“Anastasia Wasko’s brilliant mind and her expansive spirit weaves together the essence of ancient wisdom systems, spiritual lineages, and contemporary perspectives to create a new, visionary system – a process called The Practice. This process takes the reader on an exciting and empowering journey into the depth of their personality, their soul, and to the spaceless and timeless spheres of archetypes, ideas, existence, and story.”

Verena Borell, evolutionary astrologer and author

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In this work that moves beyond traditional memoir, Anastasia chronicles 20 years of travels in and out of the US to find herself. She assumes an observer state, “KiezKucker,” in a second person perspective, but not without switching back to that which is being observed “I” at times. This is a choose-your-own-adventure work of autofiction.

Anastasia shows, by sharing the internal processes of following the call of the road, the power of travel to challenge, support, and eventually transform one’s cultural identity and personality.

“Wasko takes you on a journey across borders, not only traversing arbitrary lines on a map, but also across the borders between the material and spiritual realms, where language shapes who you are, and culture is a construct imposed upon you to blur the true meanings of things and self.”

Jean-Paul L. Garnier, author and owner of Space Cowboy Books

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Meta Work

Meta Work exemplifies the power of personal story to evoke catharsis in a healing journey. A cross between memoir, poetry, and narrative fiction, the new subgenre of autofiction is shown here to be an entry into an individual’s inner world, allowing one the freedom to explore it without the strictures imposed by the aforementioned genres.

Anastasia shares her journey as a person living in recovery from bipolar disorder, the power of creative writing to clarify, magnify, and ultimately transform one’s own relationship with their internal challenges.

“If anything demonstrates that people with mental illnesses are individuals, not their mental illness, Meta Work has arrived to concretize it in the sweaty summer heat of New York’s Central Park with its sidewalks full of aquatic monsters, fire-eyed mannequins and a life-sized compass that will snatch readers along the way as the narrative leads the heroine and the audience to a place we all need, a place called home.” —Gila Green, author of White Zion, Passport Control, No Entry and King of the Class

“The poetic weaving of words and ingenious writing style enables the reader to travel deep into the mind and imagination of the writer, which in turn allows for introspection of self. Meta Work is not just a book, it is a journey, an experience… And after you have experienced the journey, it can become a tool to help in life. This book is a porthole into the inner world of those with mental health issues, showing the everyday chaos and struggles. But more importantly it shows how one can find the beauty in the chaos. I would recommend this book to anyone suffering with mental illness and those wanting to help or understand the internal chaos of the troubled mind.” —NK

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