Category Archives: feelings

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The Drifter, Part 11: 4th day of the third 5-day contract

I hired The Drifter on September 14 and we had been working on my Clear Clutter with Feng Shui garage project three weeks so far. For each week, I typed a contract listing tasks to be completed and deadlines. We both signed that piece of paper, and The Drifter got a copy. So far, he had done as he pleased, showing up if and when he chose, and not following directions from his employer, me. Continue reading

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Changed Course

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I will no longer give my power away by judging the “ickies.” I will trust the process of life instead. Continue reading

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Christmas Not So Merry? Take 3

When we’re alone — whether in the midst of a crowd of strangers or family — Christmas holidays can feel really yucky.

The cool thing is it doesn’t have to be like that. We have the power to change how we feel about something in the moment we realize we’re not having fun! Continue reading

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On Her Own

We can rise above FEAR and choose to live in a different space, a more loving, positive space. Continue reading

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Bless You, Joe Vitale!

This morning’s email brought yet another offer from Joe Vitale. Because I enjoyed his books on Ho’oponopono, I decided to check it out. It was for a new recording, “The Result”. The lengthy ad we’ve come to expect for online marketing since the early 90s included the statement “Get what you want in 10 minutes!” Continue reading

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A “Crazy” New Way to Increase Sales– from Zero

I saw Joe Vitale in The Secret and read a few of his books about the law of attraction, but it wasn’t until he got into Ho’oponopono with Hawaiian psychologist Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. that I became interested in his … Continue reading

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How to Experience More Joy

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A habit worth developing is “instantly switching attention from whatever feels bad to whatever feels good. Whenever I have negative feelings–disappointed, irritated, frustrated, in short, anything less than joy–it’s because I’m thinking about something I don’t want. Continue reading