Tag Archives: personal power

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What’s Happening Now

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What you think and say is what you will experience. Why not use your power and join forces on the positive side of what’s happening now? Continue reading

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Accepting Life As It Is

Expressing gratitude, no matter how challenging the situation is, makes a difference. Continue reading

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12 Ways to Feel Better

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Learning to make myself happy. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 32: Being Thankful

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“For all of us, let’s take a moment on Thanksgiving Day to fill our hearts with the timeless power of gratitude for our healthy future” Brian Hill, spiritual astrologer. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 30: Accepting Loss

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It’s in our willingness to accept our loss that we heal. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 9: Accepting Life

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The new buyers of the house I sold on March 13 have broken the contract they signed and done their best to evict me during the COVID-19 Pandemic. But my friends and family gave me the strength to fight back: with words. Continue reading

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Conscious Creation, Part 6: “Allowing”

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Practicing “allowing” is the most challenging part of conscious creating, but we can do it if we focus on one thing. Continue reading

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Conscious Creation, Part 4: Feel Good!

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People say, “Don’t worry, be happy,” and we answer, “How can I feel happy when…”  But the truth is, we can train our minds to focus on the good, no matter what comes our way. Continue reading

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Conscious Creation Part 1: Background

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People have been co-creating their experience since we’ve been conscious, but we haven’t always been conscious creators. Fortunately, the more we learn about the process, the more likely we are to create what we want–consciously. Continue reading

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Want to Help Save YOUR World?

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There’s no reason to feel helpless about climate change when you can do something to make it better. Continue reading

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Facing IT

“If we let ourselves face IT, the secrets of life will be revealed.” Continue reading

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“Universal Fears” Part 3

If we don’t pay attention to what our relationships are trying to teach us about our fears, we’ll continue to attract the same kinds of relationships. Continue reading

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Mirrors and Projection

If we learn how to use the mirrors of our feelings, we can heal not only ourselves but as far back as seven generations. Continue reading

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Out of the Pit: Now What?

It’s never too late to make big changes.  But it does require big desire and commitment. Continue reading

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“Baby Ducks”:  the Art of Re-framing

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Allowing others to be however they are creates space for me to be who I am.  Continue reading

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Independence Day!

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Personal independence means different things to different people, including your level of evolution as a conscious human being. Continue reading

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Witnessing My Life

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Instead of looking for answers from friends, sometimes the best way to handle your challenging situation is by allowing yourself to just “BE”, and enjoy the movie of your life. In other words, become the “witness” of your life. Continue reading

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Choose Yourself!

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Choose yourself and claim your personal power.  Focus on what you want (and let everyone else do the same). Continue reading

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Gifts from Working with the Drifter

The gifts of working with the drifter were beyond simply getting the garage cleaned out. His irritating behavior allowed me to identify what I could do to have more joy, fewer hassles in my life. Continue reading

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NEW Isn’t Always Better

Life has certainly changed in thirty years, but all changes aren’t necessarily better. Continue reading