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Living Beyond Our Challenges

Challenge sounds so much more manageable than struggle.  And when we’re in it, we need all the help we can receive. We may go through phases when we fragment daily, only to piece ourselves together enough to repeat the cycle the next day.  You’ve been there, you know what I mean.  Thankfully, these cycles aren’t permanent.  But […]

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Do Not Go Quietly

Do Not Go Quietly (A Guide to Living Consciously and Aging Wisely for People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday), by George and Sedena Cappannelli, was given to me by Hay House in exchange for my honest opinion of it. The introduction reveals that over the next decades half our population will be age 50 and older, for the […]

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One Thousand Gifts

One Thousand Gifts, by Ann Voskamp, is a beautiful guide to living grace and gratitude in the middle of regular daily life. “A dare to live fullly right where you are”, this book does not pretend a perfect practice–but it delivers a spiritually supported process. Constantly, consistently, with personal failings.  Embrace the imperfections, begin again.  The journey itself is a […]

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Finding a Measure of Comfort

I share with you a message of comfort, from today’s Weekend Meditation by Katy Brennan from the Archetype Me community: Many of us read the lovely quote from Fred Rodgers that went viral this week. Ubiquitous as it was, I’d like to launch us into the weekend with a reminder of his sweet and comforting words. […]

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The Tapping Solution

Nick Ortner’s The Tapping Solution was given to me by Hay House in exchange for my honest opinion of it.  This book is a guide for readers to successfully use the powerful tool of tapping, also known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). Tapping addresses physical and emotional issues in our lives by using the enegry meridians in our bodies.  […]

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