Tag Archives: time to focus on self

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Let It Go

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The ability to live in the Present Moment depends upon your ability to let go and forgive yourself. Continue reading

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“Why Me?” Asks Your Shadow

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Now is a great time to do Shadow Work, and even Lightworkers need to do it more than once. Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom

During this time–until “the storm passes”–these words of wisdom from Max Ehrmann can help keep us sane. Continue reading

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Which Side Are You On?

The world is currently experiencing an opportunity to change for the better.  “The ugliness we’re experiencing is an educational tool for the evolution of consciousness — just as Hitler was.” We have a choice on which side to support: Evil? Or Good? 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 10: On the Road

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Sometimes we have to get help from complete strangers, despite how independent we might have been. 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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Mind Over Matter

“If you believe a physical reality about yourself to be true, your body will work to manifest that belief.” Continue reading

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Accept Where You Are

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No matter how bad it is, we can change. 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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Dare To Be Your True Self

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The Last Word is a good film for anyone who believes they’ve failed their life or are afraid to follow their heart. Continue reading

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The In-Between:  Resistance is Futile

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My understanding of what I call “The In-Between” has become clearer as I’m in it again. It feels the same–like being the only one on the planet–but it no longer scares me. 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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Conclusion: The Drifter Series

Clearing garage clutter with Feng Shui was so much more than just getting rid of stuff. 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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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