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As a way of making sense of the many interesting events occurring in my life lately, I realized I was tapping into my wisdom perspective. I do this regularly for myself, teach it to my clients and I realized it might be useful for you too. So, what is your wisdom perspective? It’s the view …

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One of the greatest gifts of my lifestyle is stillness – I have realized it is the ultimate teacher. After coming out of weeks of being intensely busy with many irons in the fire and lots of stress, I couldn’t wait for the weekend and stillness. I’ve been working on a grant, organizing and attending …

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Over Thanksgiving, I had the honor of celebrating my mother’s 97th birthday and hanging out with her 3 great-grandchildren. What a surprise and a joy it was to see how much they have in common! The more I watched, the more I realized, there is something we can learn from them about staying young, at …

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While you may be ready to move on, it’s apparent  the nation is still reeling from the elections. People continue to process the shock, regardless of their vote. The media and social media continue to report protests, confrontations in public, bullying among school children, and endless opinions. Nevertheless, there are signs of compassion and positive …

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The elections are finally here and if you’re like me, excitement and trepidation are equally high. We have been under siege by an onslaught of some of the worst aspects of human nature. Now, let’s take a moment to reclaim what we know to be our truth. It’s time to let our wisdom and strength …

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While the experience is still fresh, I want to continue to share what I learned from my two weeks in rural Ghana. As honored guests in a small village, we had a full immersion into a remarkably different life style. As I wrote last week, they are deeply spiritual and accepting of all faiths, which …

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Whenever we travel somewhere, we love the adventure of discovering things that are unknown to us. But most of our travel has been to places that are easy to explore through books and the internet, with well-documented histories and plenty of pictures. This week we travel to Ghana to a small town we can’t find …

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We planned a short getaway for a little RNR. Up until I arrived, I was wondering if the hassle of getting out of town was worth the effort. Did I really want to go through all the dash and details of getting things done, deciding what to pack, and the stress of flying anywhere these …

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There was a moment, over a decade ago, when everything became clear to me – my awareness of life changed in an instant. I was outside in my garden and noticed it seemed like I was enveloped in an energetic mist – everything seemed to be glowing with an iridescence. I stopped, transfixed and slowly …

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I spent this spring jetting around the country training and consulting – I’m grateful to be back in my mindful living routine. The contrast between these two lifestyles hit me, which is why I want to write about it. Are you living mindfully or moving so fast that you’re hydroplaning through life – just skimming …

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