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Chaos can be a catalyst for transformation. When life gets nutty, look for the growth opportunities.


Molly Gordon's picture

Look, Ma, I Forgot To Have An Anxiety Attack!


Last week the coolest thing happened. I forgot to have an anxiety attack.

It was Friday afternoon, and while I was running errands I started to feel the familiar tightening in the solar plexus and racing heart that signify the onset of an anxiety attack.

"Yikes!" I thought. "This feels pretty intense. I wonder if it's real."

Christine Arylo's picture

How To Find The Light Amidst The Struggle...So You Can Rise!

The day before Easter at 5am I awoke to the lunar eclipse, on the full moon, during Passover – talk about super power spiritual energy! And for two hours I watched this phenomenon, sitting on my furry yoga mat, as the light of the moon was covered in darkness so I could barely see the light, and then slowly over those two hours, the shadow began to fade and the light of the moon returned, and with a new rising sun filled up the entire sky with a pastel rainbow of colors that looked like a million easter eggs.

Leslie Carr's picture

It’s A Cliche For A Reason

It’s a Cliche for a Reason

Lately a number of people have expressed to me that they think it’s surprising and strange that their past circumstances contribute to their current reality. More than one person has told me that it literally feels like a “cliche” to them that their relationship with their parents, for example, bears weight on the way that they see the world.

Stacey Curnow's picture

How to Create Miracles in Your Everyday Life

The Miracle

“There are two ways to live: You can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein

Where do you fall along what I call “Einstein’s Miracle Spectrum”? Do you wish you could live as if everything that happens in your life truly is a miracle?  If so, I think paying attention to your inner voice gives you the perfect place to start.

Suzanne Bouffard's picture

Advice To My Younger Self: Read The Bumper Stickers

A few weeks ago, Pinkie Pattie Lee wrote a fabulous letter to her 20 year-old self that inspired many of our writers to chime in and send words of wisdom and guidance to their younger selves as well (check out these fabulous posts from Kim and Leslee!). Today Suzanne joins the bunch with her insightful (and hilarious) advice -- and maybe the next time we're in traffic, we can all learn a little something...

Lissa Rankin's picture

My Pink Intuitive Reading With Caroline Bobart

blue auraHiya Pinkies. Almost three weeks have elapsed since I experienced my Pink intuitive reading from Mojo Mentor Caroline Bobart. Usually, when things happen, I write about them instantly. It’s almost as if writing something makes it real for me. But this time, I needed time to process what I experienced.

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