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The Power Of Fearless Love

Fearless Love

By: Carolyn Hobbs

Each morning, when I wake up at six or seven, I take ten deep breaths. Then I place both hands over my heart and repeat, “I love you, Carolyn, for whatever is true in your body in this moment. I love you for feeling tired, worried, scared or down. I love you for noticing back pain and for wishing the back pain would go away.” In other words I say, “yes” to what is and love myself exactly as I am.

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Break Free From Pleasing Others At Your Expense!

By: Morgan Sontag

When you come to “Break Free” from limiting beliefs, habits, routines and feelings which no longer work or support what you want, we look at the automatic behaviors, strategies, or personas you have historically engaged in throughout your life.

What is a persona? It’s the image you present to the world, an aspect of your character which formed in early childhood. They are like little bits of personality which arose as coping strategies to deal with or make sense of situations that were scary, confusing, or overwhelming. Examples of personas are: The good student, the peacemaker, the critic, the victim, etc. These same strategies come up for us in adulthood. They are innate and generally unconscious. They surface automatically when we get triggered or reactivated by a person or a situation.

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Toxic Sharing

reconnect

Facebook, like other forms of social media, is a wonderful source for reconnecting with long lost friends and I always enjoy playing "catch up."   What I don't like however is reconnecting with those old friends who are stuck in the past - (mentally at the same point they were when we last spoke.)  

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Shape-Shifting Your Story

Cave Story

I have an invitation for you.  But, first…

Whether we realize it or not, our lives revolve around stories and have done so since our cave painting days.

Picture it: Cave peeps hunkered down around a blazing fire situated in the middle of the dirt floor, gesticulating wildly about the day’s hunt while gnawing on cave lion drumsticks and wiping their greasy fingers on their loincloths.  The Shaman crouches alone in the corner capturing the story with images on the cave wall.

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Sorrow And Wisdom

Sorrow and Wisdom

We all experience loss. Most of us experience tragedy. And yet some of us shrink from life because of our losses, while some of us seem deepened and even enriched by them.

How can this be?

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Shake Up How You Do Things To Create More Harmony & Flow

Watch this video – my last love letter. After four years of consistently every week taping and sending out a love letter, I am shaking things up, following my soul, and as a result hopefully serving you better.

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The Unkind Things You Tell Yourself (+ How To Stop)

Unkind Things

We’ve all got ‘em:

An on-going list of things we tell ourselves, stories we’ve made up about the type of people we are and how we navigate life. We replay these stories ad infinitum in our minds.

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You Don't Need Courage To Get Traction

Getting Traction

By: Molly Gordon

One of the myths I hear most often from clients who are struggling to get traction on an important change or project is that they need more courage.

It just ain’t so.

Courage is the ability to do something that frightens you. But what does that mean, really?

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Skin, Joy, Boobs, And The Right Hair Colour: My Random & Rarely Dispensed Beauty Notes

Random & Rarely Dispensed Beauty Notes

From the incidental to the possibly profound, here are my tips for chicks who want to look even hotter (’cause you’re already hot, sister).

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What If You Don't Need To Demolish Your Life?

Light Bulb Moment

By: Jennifer Louden

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My neck hurts.

Why do I write? What difference does it make?

And why do I teach and lead retreats? It all feels so pointless right now.

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