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    Get off the Ferris Wheel

    “Spiritual progress is like a detoxification. Things have to come up in order to be released.” – Marianne Williamson
    I used to resist my emotions and as a result they ran my life. I was out of control of my reactions to life because I wanted to believe that I was above having a reaction in […]

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    Emoting is the BEST thing you can do for your Evolution

    For years I thought crying was a sign of weakness. It wasn’t until I met my Life Coach (Psychic Surgeon) that I started to discover the incredible evolutionary power that emoting carried. Finally I had discovered the secret to rising up in my life and experiencing higher and higher frequencies of vibration, aka ‘living the […]

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    Obstacles are Rabbit Holes for Personal Growth

    The other night I was giving a talk on personal branding. And I guess, in being objective, one might take me at first glance as being a bit of a Pollyanna. I mean, I am an optimist – no question. I do believe everything in life has a purpose – even the really shitty stuff […]

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    Jealousy = Inverted Desire

    I used to judge my jealousy. I’d look around at my friends, colleagues, clients, family etc. and  compare myself to them. Quickly following my comparison would come jealousy & right behind that would follow judgement. Judgement of myself and judgement of them. I’d be jealous of what I perceived them to have that I didn’t. […]

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    Stop & Try Something Different

    Taking responsibility for your life is no easy task. And amongst everything it requires of us, courage is the most important quality to embrace. Often times, even in my own life, when I notice I’m out of balance or not in alignment, I will first attempt to ignore the brick wall I just ran right […]

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