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Psst God…It’s Me…Is That You?

Even though I do my best to meditate and quiet my mind so I can tap into my higher self and connect with God I have this pesky voice that keeps butting in disrupting the silence.  A question I am frequently left with is how do I know when that voice is me (my ego)

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Ask & It Is Given – Remove the Trees

One of my favorite books to recommend to clients is the book “Ask And It Is Given” by Esther & Jerry Hicks. It’s a little out there for some people…the book was channeled to Esther by Abraham, a spirit guide on the other side. Having said that I have found a lot of truth in

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When mom died…or did she?

You’ve probably heard phrases such as, “Souls don’t die.”  “Death is but an illusion.” “Our departed loved ones watch over us.” We’ve been told our whole lives that souls leave the body and either go to another world or in some cases, hang out in this world as spirits or ghosts. It seems so easy to

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Surrounding a Problem Form Three Sides

Problem Solving Using The Theory of Triangulation

Whenever I am problem solving an issue in life I try to approach the situation from three sides. I call this triangulating the problem or the “theory of triangulation.” The theory purports that since we interact with the world in three ways  – physical, mental and spiritual – then all problems and solutions reside there in some

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The Conscious vs. The Unconscious

Nowadays you hear a lot about the discrepancy  between the “Have’s” vs “The Have Not’s.” There is an assumption that permeates society that teaches the idea that having more things or being financially rich,  will somehow make your life better, happier, and more fulfilled than if you have less stuff. Having a reasonable amount of financial security

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The Slight Edge Principles

In my work as a life coach a typical first session with a client starts out by going over a few basic ideas as a cornerstone for the work we’ll do together.  I refer to these concepts as the slight edge principles, a term that I borrowed from the excellent book, The Sight Edge by Jeff

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