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Are you a button pusher?

Are you a button pusher?

Have you ever felt like a “button pusher”. If you are a clear thinker and you are assertive you can definitely push a few buttons. People at times are intimidated by originality. They like things in a box. If you are a great spirit. you already know that you can not live out loud and also live in a box. The two do not go together. Many a great thinker was questioned, denied, dismissed, written up because of their innate desire to be unique and to speak their own truth. Embrace your greatness by being: G- grounded: have time in your day for meditation and relaxation (don’t forget WHO you are) R- be real: do not try to force your help onto anyone else. Focus on the people in your personal lives that are willing to help themselves and set boundaries. Only you can do it. E- take care of your energy, eat right and exercise. A- ask questions to keep growing, remember, it’s what I learned after I thought I knew it all that counts T- live your own truth. one day at a time.

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Inherent Love

Inherent Love

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New Paradigm

New Paradigm

Sometimes it seems that out of fear and insecurity, a number of traditional philosophies do not want us to understand how easy it is for us to manifest our desires. The original sacred texts clearly taught us that we were here to live a life of miracles and magic and share our original message with…

What is modern day mysticism?

What is modern day mysticism?

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Therein Lies the Treasure.

Therein Lies the Treasure.

I had to learn I was dying a bit every day before I could find how to embody the truth with an open heart—the only way to feeling, to loving, and to giving beyond what I ever knew I could feel, love and give. This is the essence of what it means to be both…

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