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This last week, I’ve been out of town training and engaged in several interesting endeavors at home. Everywhere I’ve been, I’ve met people who are excited and passionate about their life. I found myself thinking how wonderful it is to be on the leading edge of life, “pushing the edge of the envelope” and “being …

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It’s a difficult topic that’s so important, I’m rewriting it from last year. When people carry the scars of trauma, it’s often an invisible wound that doesn’t heal. As the quote from William Faulkner implies, people who survive trauma may feel they are living with the wounds every day. But there’s positive change across the …

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For the past two weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of watching and listening to my husband prepare for a big concert he put on with 14 other musicians. Oh my, they worked hard in what’s been a labor of love. There’s no money that can compensate for the individual and collective time and energy that …

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For months, I’ve been trying to find local fertilized organic eggs. As I asked around, I learned a few things. It takes a rooster around the hens for the eggs to be fertilized and even then, there is no guarantee they’ll be fertile. I was told the free-range hens were molting and it was too …

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It was a powerful moment when the group recognized how patterns from their past affect them in the present. These are the unspoken fears, negative self-perceptions or insecurities that we all have. In fact, it was stunning to realize that this is common for most everyone. People often think they are alone with these thoughts. In truth, most …

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There was a buzz of excitement as people started recognizing that they really are master manifestators after all. Most of us focus on what we haven’t been able to make happen in our life. It haunts us, makes us feel bad and for some, it defines how we see the course of our life. It …

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The turmoil created by the deluge of executive orders last week has created a ripple of fear, trepidation and social media splitting. As I prepare for my Manifestation Course that starts this week, I am focusing on the power of our thoughts to transmute anything we face. This is most especially true for our response …

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This is not about politics, despite what it looks like, it’s about contrast and how outrage motivates social and personal change. The events with the election, the inauguration and the women’s march has galvanized a huge surge of energy that has taken on meaning. When people organize around what they don’t want, the contrast of …

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The Scream by Edvard Munch, 1893 What a strange time. Change is all around us and where we put our attention seems to be having an instant impact. The political upheaval is taking a toll, its polarizing impact affecting us all. As a result, emotions are swinging wildly from contented happiness to agitated anger, from …

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There have been so many instances of serendipity and synchronicity around me lately, I’ve had to stop and take note. The significance of them has prompted me to do some exploration about what it means. Serendipity is the amazing turn of events when something you’ve thought about or wished for seemingly magically appears. Synchronicity is …

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