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Lone Morch's picture

Fear, One Breath From Excitement

Sometimes I dream about men who want to kill me. Angry, obnoxious, patronizing men filled with resentment and hurt egos. The other night it was my dad chasing me with a pair of scissors, the week before, it was Arabs threatening me, because I didn’t hide my face and body.

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Lissa Rankin's picture

Is Medicine A Fundamentalist Religion?

For the first 36 years of my life, I was raised in a fundamentalist religion, where I was indoctrinated by zealots, frequently abused by the leaders of my religion, and oppressed when I expressed dissenting beliefs.

My religion was medicine, and I’ve now learned that much of what I was taught was patently untrue.

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Laura Fenamore's picture

Be Happy NOW: 5 Steps To Joy Through Self-Empowerment

empowerment, happiness

Despite the vast strides made by women and the women’s rights movement over the last 50 years, the fact remains that society – the workplace, the media, the home – is unfair to women. It can be pretty disheartening, to say the least.

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Maggie Lyon's picture

Harnessing Your Power

I don’t know about you but I have always been uncomfortable with the word power, especially when applying the word ‘powerful’ to describe myself.

Call it a mix of having been raised by a mentally ill woman who misused hers with the woes of gender and being born a girl, but sadly harnessing my own innate power, the internal blazing ferocity that is part and parcel of our deepest core intelligence, has been work and something that, up until a few years ago, I’ve skated tentatively around.

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Lone Morch's picture

Those Darn Red Shoes

You know when someone – a lover, a friend, a co-worker or even a stranger – says something that somehow hits the nail on the head of an issue  you’ve been avoiding. You nod politely, but inside, you’re agitated, perhaps a bit pissed, and wondering who the hell is s/he to say a thing like that. For a while you ignore that person as if she’s the personification of that truth you did not want to face.

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Dana Theus's picture

Authenticity: Natural Stress Reduction

Authenticity: Natural Stress Reduction

I’ve been delving deeply into the subject of authenticity lately as I launch my eSeminar on the power of your Authentic Leadership Style, and I’m beginning to see even more power in authenticity than I’d previously really focused on – including the way in which it can help you create space in your life and attract what you want in your career.

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Leslee Horner's picture

If You're Praying For Rain, Bring Your Umbrella

 
Thoughts are Things...

You reap what you sow
What you put out into the world comes back to you
Ask and ye shall receive

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Mike Robbins's picture

Embracing Powerlessness

In a recent session I had with my new counselor Eleanor, she said to me, “Mike, it sounds like embracing powerlessness is something that would benefit you right now.”  When she said this, a chill went down my spine and my body tightened up.  “What do you mean, ‘embrace powerlessness’?'” I asked.  “Why would I want to do that?”

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Lissa Rankin's picture

The Healing Power Of Loving Practitioners

In the rousing conversation that ensued on my blog post Scientific Proof You Can Heal Yourself, massage therapist/energy healer Fred Krazeise (whose amazing work I have experienced myself) posted this comment:

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Kim Anami's picture

Let Love In

Way more people love you than you realize.

Let them.

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