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The “In-Between”

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Our questions are answered however we can receive them. Continue reading

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The Gift of My Weird Publishing Project

And now I realize that the real gift of doing my weird indie publishing project has been the opportunity to continue healing myself because all that stuff that happened so long ago had affected my current life in ways I could not imagine. Continue reading

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Update: My Weird Indie Publishing Project

If you’ve been following this blog, you know that Burnout to Bliss is a series of books I’m publishing about an extraordinary two-year experience that began with a dark night of the soul or nervous breakdown, depending on whether you … 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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Releasing & Receiving & Duck Lessons!

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The days after Christmas and before New Year’s Eve have been a special time for me as long as I can remember. It’s a quiet time—from the subtle solstice shift, the peace after Christmas, the lower temperatures that limit late night revelers. There’s a hush that falls over my neighborhood like a blanket of snow.

And in this quiet time, I choose to reflect on where I’ve been and where I want to be next. To measure my life and see if I’m okay with how things are going, or if there’s something I want to change to have a different experience. If there’s any unfinished business, this is a time to bring it to an end so I can move on. Continue reading

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The Meaning of TIME

TIME was infinite when I was a child, sitting on the floor, leaning against the bed and staring into space, imagining… TIME was a box of limited-number assigned nuggets to be rationed when I worked my way through college doing … Continue reading