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Sharing My Secret Magic Wand!

We’re not talking fairytales here – but I am talking about creating magic. You can do it, too. This magic wand is a pen. It’s not just any old pen. It’s a pen with a point that feels really good when it rolls the ink onto a page – like the page of a journal. Journal?!…

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Mother Love

Are you being a good mother – to you? Most of us don’t ever think about or even consider being a mother to ourselves – just might be a good thing to remember to do. I wrote about this in “Who’s Pulling My Strings,” but like so many things, I find I often forget the…

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Stressed? Here’s the Antidote

“What’s the cause of stress?” When I heard Oprah ask Eckhart Tolle this question recently in an interview, I couldn’t wait to hear his answer. Are you curious, too? “Stress is caused by wanting something to be the way that it isn’t,” Eckhart replied. Replaying his answer several times, and listening more deeply each time…

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Too Serious? Me Too — Let’s Stop It!

Do you  ever find you are acting way too much like a grown-up?   I guess what I really mean to say is are you feeling out of control and taking yourself seriously? This is what I put myself through this past week. I know I’m probably not the only one who goes through weeks that feel…

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I have a dream . . .

This is just the right day to talk about the power of a dream. What does your mind imagine – what is your dream? Are you allowing yourself to have one? How deeply passionate are you about your dream? I’m asking you this because at times I have observed how dispassionate I’ve been about my…

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Making a turn-around

They say you teach best what you most need to learn – and I believe this is true. Well, in the last couple of days this lesson showed up so close in my face that I couldn’t help but see it. The clarity in the lesson is so obvious that I am amazed at how…

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Where are the Answers?

It might be fun this week to talk about something we can go for instead of something to give up and go away from. Maybe here we would also find the secret to getting the best answers to our questions. For several weeks I’ve been writing about ending the addiction to thinking.  And yet, we…

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What are you expecting?

If you’ve been reading my recent blogs  you know I’ve been obsessed with giving up my addiction to thinking. Easier said than done. Take a look at some facts I read online this week about our thoughts: The average person has about 50,000 thoughts a day. This translates into 35 thoughts a minute – 18…

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Getting Back on My Diet After Falling Off

A few weeks ago I wrote about my new diet — giving up my addiction to thinking and choosing to live in the now. That was my intention then — it still is now. But a funny thing often happens – well it’s not funny it feels horrible – when you set an intention to…

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