To See the Good, You Have to Look

Each time I sit down with a client, which I’ve been doing frequently for about 15 years now, I ask them to tell me something good that’s happened since I saw them last.

Pretty consistently, the response is the same.

They pause, looking at me with a slightly bewildered expression. They think for a few moments, then say, “I don’t know.” “Nothing really.”

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You Are a Child of the Universe

It helps me when I remember that I am made of stardust. I am a part of a greater universe––more magnificent and profound than I can understand or even imagine.

I am no less than the trees and the stars.

So why then, am I so quick to see my faults and my flaws?

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The Love in Mama’s Towels

For the longest time they lay in the cedar chest in the corner of my bedroom. That was where many of my favorite things were stored–those things collected through the years that hold memories of special people and events.

The hand-embroidered dish towels were a Christmas gift from my mom a few years back.

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Own Your Own Beauty: 3 Suggestions to Loving the Body You’ve Got

It is not easy to love the body you’ve got. Ask any person about their body, they will point out something that isn’t quite right. Most people struggle with their body image and want to change at least one aspect of their physical self. Many can present a pretty long list of problem areas, and would like a complete overhaul.

Negative body image is a serious problem, affecting individuals in all areas of life.

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Take a Break! 9 Life-Enhancing Benefits of Leisure

Many of us feel guilty when we take a break. The message of the “work ethic” is deeply ingrained in our sense of right and wrong. We find our value in getting things done. When someone asks what we’ve been up to, that’s what we talk about. God forbid, we wouldn’t want to admit that we weren’t doing anything. The down side of this ‘all work and no play attitude,’ is that we miss out on the life-enhancing benefits of leisure.

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Use Your Pain: Find the Gifts of Suffering

Pain is a big reality. We don’t have to look far to see it is everywhere–deep, ineffable, unfathomable, pain. All life has suffering. When we deny it, avoid it, or stuff it, we may gain temporary ease, but the pain will only deepen and in many different ways, it will haunt us.

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Tune in: Find Your Frequency on the Consciousness Dial

Radio station W-YOU is on the air and broadcasting live. YOU are continually transmitting your personal symphony out into the Universe in a frequency unique to you.

The human body pulses with subtle energies and detectable electromagnetic phenomena. Each of us is a powerful server, sending out or “transmitting” content.

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