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Category Archives: Philosophy
Ya know, the Academy Awards are so much fun and so inspirational. You see in one night the results of years of visualization and hard work, belief, and confidence, fear and tears that were overcome, persistence and determination. It’s pretty … Continue reading
I’m taking a Law of Attraction Master Practitioners certification course right now. Loving it, and thought I’d share a reflection and reminder. If you don’t like something that’s happening in your life, take a look at what kind of thoughts … Continue reading
“Stop Light” Anchoring Technique With all of the chaos of todays world, we can often feel apprehensive, feel that icky butterfly/queasiness in our bellies, feel exhausted, unmotivated, flat, and “lost”. When our children’s fears are added in to the mix, … Continue reading
How to get a “Sesh” (Session) on the run. So you know how you’re surrounded with tons of crazy freaked out people talking about crazy freaked out things- like the freaked out economy, the freaked out people at work, the freaked out … Continue reading
Every day is a challenge when you’re like me and dedicated to staying in an optimistic and peaceful place. We are so surrounded by negativity, pessimism, hopelessness, and fear; it takes a lot of work and a variety of tools … Continue reading