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Keep Your Christmas Merry!

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When we’re alone — whether in the midst of a crowd of strangers or family — Christmas holidays can feel really yucky. But it doesn’t have to be like that. We have the power to change how we feel in the moment we realize we’re not having fun! Continue reading

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The Meaning of a Title

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Update: My Weird Indie Publishing Project. I just finished watching Slaughterhouse-5, the movie of Kurt Vonnegut’s book by the same title, for the second time. The first time was right after I read the book in the early 70s. Did … Continue reading

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New Year’s: A Time to Contemplate Beliefs

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Why I’m no longer the seeker I was when the story of my awakening experience (told in the Burnout to Bliss series) happened almost 30 years ago. Continue reading

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Poll: Title for Book 3, Burnout to Bliss

Book 3 in Burnout to Bliss series is a tale of surrender, a tale of letting go and trusting that life is good and safe and that all needs will be met. It is the final story of an awakening … Continue reading

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BURNOUT is FREE!

I knew the trip had been important for me, because I finally had positive God experiences. Before camping with the shamans, I had had some not-so-positive experiences – like seeing Jesus and Satan casually discussing who should get me, or being murdered while I was teaching. Continue reading

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Is Anyone There?

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Thanks for your requests to resume this unknown blog, this out-of-the-way place where I let my stunted writer-self play.  I’ve written hundreds of articles about manifesting and about life and how I’ve tried to navigate it– from living next to … Continue reading