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When I was twenty-five I became a devotee of the spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson. One of her books in particular hit me straight in the heart: A Woman’s Worth. After reading it, I was awakened to a power source within […]

In my twelve years as an entrepreneur I’ve come to realize that without my deep passion and desire to serve, I never would have been able to accomplish what I have. A powerful force has been working through me to […]

This past weekend sitting on the beach I hear the clicking of a camera. I look up and realize that my friend had snapped a funky angled picture of me in a bikini. My kneejerk reaction is to wrestle the […]

The ego loves to hook into gossip stories about celebrities we’ve never even met. These false illusions make us perceive the celebrity as more special than we are. From A Course in Miracles perspective special aint so special at all. […]

Are you so busy you forget to breathe? Sometimes when we get caught up in our day-to-day duties we can feel very overwhelmed and wish we had more time. When we pray to our ~ing (inner guide) for help we […]

We are always manifesting. Each thought we have creates an energy flow within and around our physical being. This energy attracts its likeness. So if you’re thinking, “I suck,” then your energy kinda, well, sucks–and you attract sucky experiences. The […]

When I was twenty-five I became a devotee of the spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson. One of her books in particular hit me straight in the heart: A Woman’s Worth. After reading it, I was awakened to a power source within […]

Have you ever had an emotional reaction to a song? You know — the kind when tears well up and chills run down your spine — the type of reaction that energizes you – excites you and inspires you. Sometimes […]

Do you have a case of the “When I haves”? The “When I haves” are the tripped-up ways of thinking that go something like this: “When I have that job, or when I have that relationship, or when I have […]

I recently had one of those days where I felt overtired, overworked and overcooked? Rather than succumb to my ego’s desire to drink an espresso and charge forward with my work day, I chose to listen to my ~ing and […]

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