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Words Are Potentially Powerful, But….

Words Are Potentially Powerful, But….

Words, although potentially powerful, are the least reliable index of who we are and what we believe. Emerson noted, “What you are speaks to me so powerfully that I can hardly hear what you are saying.” We can lie with words, but not with our being. We can fool ourselves and others with rhetoric, but only actions reveal who and what we really are. – Alan Cohen

 

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Unearthing Your Higher Self

Unearthing Your Higher Self

Fundamentals questions to help illuminate your path: Do you know what you believe? Do you know why you believe that? Do you understand what you do affects others and yourself? Do you recognize you always have choices? What makes something spiritually meaningful? What tools and information will support your unfolding path? Is this a place…

That’s just the way it is?

That’s just the way it is?

I grew up in a small town surrounded by a group of people who were loving yet small-minded. I remember observing them when I was a little girl, watching how they interacted with one another, how they made decisions about their lives, and the reasons behind their habits and beliefs. I was really little the…

Falling in Love

Falling in Love

“I stopped looking for the right person and started becoming the right person.” – Anonymous. We are bombarded in this society with the need to be in love or to just be with someone. We have love a mate, rush a mate, need a mate dot.com. We feel inadequate when we are alone and not…

Deep Dive

Deep Dive

Perhaps you felt fear and did the thing you feared anyway, but the fear came back. If this is the case, then most likely the fear wasn’t truly felt; it was simply processed through thinking it away rather than feeling it away. Fear will return time and again until the individual goes deep inside and…

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