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We must take great care with how we name ourselves. When we take our name, we are declaring in some subtle, indescribably potent act the most intimate, sacred truth of who we believe ourselves to be. For this reason, many traditional peoples have names they keep secret—private names they reveal to no one, or only to those most intimate. Some are shared only with the divine; others, only with family or friends. To broadcast our name, to be flippant or unconscious in the speaking of it, is to trample the holiness underfoot. Whether we call ourselves father or mother, lover or friend, weak or strong, Democrat or Republican, the naming of who we are will set the course of our life, determine what we love, how we live, and what gifts we will bring to the family of the earth. by Wayne Muller

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The Key to Your Destiny

The Key to Your Destiny

We radiate that which we are.” “You and your physical world are extensions of the Non-Physical Source Energy.”“You have come forth into this physical time-space reality to joyously create.”“When you understand the power of feeling good now, no matter what, you will hold the key to the achievement of any state of being.”“All of your…

Self Talk and Your Esteem

Self Talk and Your Esteem

Negative self talk was always key in stress management programs and the intriguing part about it was that most people didn’t want to discuss it. When you would mention the critic or the perfectionist language people would say .. oh boy, here we go again…this isn’t fun and I do not want to deal with…

Blessings

Blessings

“We are so blessed, we are so blessed, we are so grateful for all that we have.” Karen DrucKer, songwriter Charles Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, stated in his book, Mysteries of Genesis, that,“Those who have a living faith in God’s all-sufficiency do not beg or accept things without recompense but give value received for everything.”…

Re-sentment

Re-sentment

First we must decide that we are ready and willing to change. We often get to this point by realizing that our current way isn’t working, or the inner ache to become more breaks us up so that we shift into more. We must then accept that our parents, grandparents, and guardians did the best…

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