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Invisible Does Not Mean Imaginary

Invisible Does Not Mean Imaginary

I am reading a novel by Sarah Addison Allen called “Other Birds”. The lead character, Zoey, is an 18-year-old woman who lives with an invisible bird. The bird has a huge personality, sits on the Zoey’s head and pecks at the door when she wants to be let out in the...

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Agreements for Full Consciousness

Agreements for Full Consciousness

I recently pulled my copy of The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz off my shelf to re-connect with its energy. It’s a beautifully poetic story teaching us about the illusion of separation we’ve created. In the book, Ruiz offers four simple statements as a daily guide...

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Let Us Continue to Celebrate

Let Us Continue to Celebrate

As the new year rolls around, most of us have completed 6 weeks of celebration and are getting back to ordinary life. When I was a tax consultant in public accounting, all celebrations ceased from Jan 1 until April 15. It was normal to have no fun and not a lot of...

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The Power and Simplicity of Your Divine Vision

The Power and Simplicity of Your Divine Vision

As I sit down to do some visioning for the coming year, I’m reminded of an interview by Oprah Winfrey with Melinda Gates, who shared that she chooses a word each year to embody her overall focus. That year, she had chosen “Shine” as her guiding energy. She explained...

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The Dance of Letting Go: Finding the Right Steps

The Dance of Letting Go: Finding the Right Steps

Are you trying to let go of something but don’t seem to find the right steps to get there? Many people get inspired at this time of year to set new intentions and make new commitments but it’s equally important to create a space for those new creations by letting go...

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Sometimes you win. Sometimes you learn.

Sometimes you win. Sometimes you learn.

Are you an Ironman? Jeff and Johnny Agar are. CBS Mornings recently had a segment by David Begnaud featuring Jeff Agar and his adult son, Johnny. Johnny has cerebral palsy – a disorder that affects the part of the brain that controls balance, movement and muscles. ...

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Divine Consensus: Be Together.  Not the Same.

Divine Consensus: Be Together. Not the Same.

Many Lightworkers hold a vision for achieving Oneness, but have you ever asked what that really looks and feels like? Recently, I’ve been involved in group projects in several areas of my life, each requiring all participants to come into consensus before we move...

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Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once. What a great title. Everything Everywhere, All at Once is a 2022 absurdist comedy-drama movie. The plot centers on a Chinese American immigrant, Evelyn, her family and their laundromat. While being audited by the IRS, Evelyn...

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Creative Flow: It’s Not Just For Art!

Creative Flow: It’s Not Just For Art!

Feeling low energy, lately? Wishing for naps or lay-about weekends? There could be any number of reasons, and if it’s just that you need some rest, then you should honor that and do so. But if you’ve been getting enough sleep and taking care of yourself in general,...

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The Greatest Show on Earth

The Greatest Show on Earth

Baseball: America’s pastime. Or is it – Baseball: Past time, America? According to the Los Angeles Times, “Major League Baseball has seen its attendance and television ratings steadily drop amid concerns about sluggish play. Changes, including a pitch clock and...

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Make Air Not War

Make Air Not War

"It is ridiculous. It is as silly and absurd as it sounds. In fact, that's why I wanted to start being an air guitarist to begin with, because I saw that this thing existed and I'm like, 'That is the stupidest thing ever. I want to be the best in the world at that.'"...

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Season of Transition

Season of Transition

Walking on a path through open space today, I spotted a bright yellow cluster of leaves amid a forest of deep green. I wondered, “Why those particular leaves first?” Out of all the trees lining the path and all the green still on this one tree, these few leaves...

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