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Bernie Siegel MD's picture

Today’s Prescription For The Soul - Love Blindness

Blind Love
Love isn’t blind; it just only sees what matters.

- William Curry

What makes a lover blind? What is it a lover can’t see? Is blindness always a bad thing?

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Amy Ahlers's picture

How You Spend Your DAYS Is How You Spend Your LIFE?

How You Spend Your Days
"How we spend our days is how we spend our lives."
~Annie Dillard

It's so true, isn't it? The moments turn into days, the days into weeks, the weeks into months, the months into years. So it goes.

Our daily life is our real life. Finding the everyday sacred is the key to creating a life you love.

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Dana Claudat's picture

10 Ways To Create Shining Karma!

karma

Karma. You think, speak or do something and you experience the effects of it at some point in the future. Right now you are living the effects of things you've done in the past. 

Pretty simple at its core.

Wildly complex if you think about it.

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Monica Wilcox's picture

How To Befriend Your Dragon

How to Befriend Your Dragon, Monica Wilcox
 
I Imagined Her Well

The way her blubbered skin stretched over a fluid spine. How her back had been blackened by basement dust and grim assumptions. Evanescent scales caught the light of my laptop, reflecting the full spectrum of the rainbow before they settled back to a chartreuse. Her bulk was overwhelming, blue whale overwhelming, Hoover Dam overwhelming. Like a disposable camera, my eyes had to chunk her into segments.

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Suzanne Gelb Ph.D. J.D.'s picture

Why “Harmless” White Lies… Aren’t. (And How To Start Telling The Truth.)

White lies or naked truth?

“The naked truth is always better than the best dressed lie” —Ann Landers.

 

Oh, those harmless little “white lies.”

 

So easy to say. So easy to excuse. What’s the big deal? No one will find out.

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Danielle LaPorte's picture

Question If You Still Love What You Once Loved

letting go

We hold on. Because Love does that. Embracing, rocking, reserving space. Love holds, it treasures, it tucks away for safe keeping, it loyally protects. Holding on is one of the many great powers of Love.

And it feels so good to hold on that sometimes we forget to look at what we’re holding on to.

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Mike Robbins's picture

The Importance Of Self-Trust

Self-Trust

How well do you trust yourself, I mean really trust yourself?

For most of us, myself included, self-trust can be tricky. We have a tendency to second-guess ourselves, not listen to our gut, or hang onto negative memories from the past when we’ve made mistakes or “bad” decisions. These things and others make it difficult for us to trust ourselves and thus create challenges in our relationships, our work, and our lives.

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Christine Arylo's picture

How To Make Your Dreams Come True

THERE’S A LOT OF MISUNDERSTANDINGS ABOUT DREAMS THAT CAN MESS UP YOUR MANIFESTING. WATCH THIS VIDEO & GET THE DIVINE DOWNLOAD ON HOW DREAMS REALLY DO COME TRUE. CHOOSE SELF EMPOWERMENT, CHOOSE SELF-LOVE.

I have some questions for you love…

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Paul Brundtland's picture

Pain, Anger And One Powerful Tool To Get Rid Of Them

Anger

By Paul Brundtland

Pain that stays with us. Anger that just keeps coming back. They can drastically reduce our enjoyment of life and put severe strain on our relationships. Here is a very powerful technique to use for both. 

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Sheena LaShay's picture

The Truth About My Freedom, Liberation And Fear

The Truth About My Freedom, Liberation and Fear

The path to enlightenment, freedom or liberation is varied. In retrospect, one significant point of freedom for me occurred at the age of 12. If one of the blocks to freedom and liberation is fear, everything changed when three authoritative figures in my life decided to sweep five years of childhood sexual abuse under the rug. It should be noted that I made that life altering decision with them and ultimately was abused for two more years. Whether I truly knew the consequences of what I agreed to, is neither here nor that. What is important to note is that at that moment, I no longer experienced fear.

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