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Edie Sangiorgio

From Breakdown to Breakthrough

How a Crisis Can Serve Us Have you ever heard the sentiment that when God brings you down to your knees he must be up to something? As painful as a crisis is to go through, they are a necessary part of life, of growth and of being human. If we just look at nature

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Edie Sangiorgio

How to Align Your Heart With Your Head

Did you know that your head and your heart communicate with one another? Did you know that scientists have discovered that the heart has its own nervous system, intelligence and memory and has a direct connection with the brain and the two can actually be in sync with one another?  Neurocardiologists call it the intrinsic

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Edie Sangiorgio

How to Get in YOUR Flow State

Years ago I got super intrigued with the concept of getting in the “flow state” after reading the best selling book “Flow” by Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi. (Don’t try to pronounce his name – I gave up.)  I’m a big sports fan and I equated the flow state with the concept of how athletes can get in

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Edie Sangiorgio

How to Avoid a Crisis of Identity

I’m sure you’ve heard of the term “midlife crisis.” You could also call it an identity crisis. As I reflect on my life, especially during my parenting years, I think I suffered from a chronic state of some form of an identity crisis. I had an ever present nagging subconscious question percolating in the background

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Edie Sangiorgio

Presence in the Present Moment

Before you begin any journey, whether it is a long trip or just embarking on the journey of a new day, who you are both mentally and physically, the preparation you do and the direction you face before you take your first step are all critical components. In other words, your presence in the present

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Edie Sangiorgio

That’s My Story and I’m Sticking To It

Every person has a story to tell. Each one is uniquely different.  Unfortunately many people whose life is a sob story get so caught up in their story that they spend an enormous amount of  time re-living it over and over again by telling it to anyone who will listen. Their story becomes their “identity” and

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