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    Don’t worry. Be happy.

    Last summer my neighbour friend, 94 years young, had pain in her joints and someone suggested it might be gout. The horror, the fear, the anguish. “I sure hope not” she said. Later that week she phoned and left a message – yep, it was gout.
    The good news was, 3 days later with the proper […]

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    Doesn’t matter the question, self-love is the answer

    We are all one energy. Connected.
    There is an is-ness, a something-ness that is greater than us, that envelopes us, that surrounds us. And we are a part of it.
    It’s called love.
    Whether you’re aware of it or not, you’re seeking it.
    Q: So how do you find it?
    A: Self-Love.
    You have to go within. It’s not ‘out there’.
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    7 ways to put a big ol’ smile on your face

    Hit the swing set. Swing as high as possible, so high you shriek with delight/fear.
    Lazy river at the pool. Grab a noodle and sail into the mystic.
    Jump right into the middle of the puddle. (Running jumps get extra points)
    Snow angel! Do it.
    Dance party. (Solo is TOTALLY acceptable. No need to be a dancing queen, just […]

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    Making the Press

    I was recently interviewed by The Vancouver Sun about New Years resolutions and goal setting. What a wonderful surprise to wake up this morning and find out, I made the cover!
    As a Life Coach I have the most amazing honour to be a part of people’s private lives; behind the wizard of oz curtain, in […]

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    It’s okay….

    Not to know.
    To be scared.
    To be sad.
    To be stuck.
    To be uncomfortable.
    To be apathetic.
    To be grumpy.
    To be angry.
    To be jealous.
    The most loving thing you can do for yourself is accept where you’re at. The trap to avoid when you’re not focussed on a passion pumping goal, relishing in some amazingly fantastic stroke of divine hand, or […]

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    The easiest is the hardest

    “The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can’t be organized or regulated. It isn’t true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth.” – Ram Dass
    Ghandi said “my commitment is to the truth, not to consistency.” In other words, what’s true in this moment is what guides me, regardless of what […]

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    Mirror reflections

    There’s no accidents in life so when I sat in Starbucks and overheard the conversation behind me, I knew there was a message for me.
    “I won’t wear a skirt because my legs are just ugly, ugly, ugly!” the woman said.
    My reaction was instant compassion. I wanted to turn around and throw my arms around her. Even […]

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    I’m not against gratitude journals

    Actually, I have one. At the back of my dream journal (a suggestion from a spiritual teacher Amy Oscar) I give thanks before I go to bed. I love the process because it allows me to scan the day and recollect all the various moments. I can quickly see (when I have 3 hour time […]

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    It takes courage to come from the heart

    As I began to practice meditation nothing shocked me more than how clearly I could hear the voice of my soul. (intuition, heart). It was profound and beautiful, an experience mostly beyond words. But it was also one of the most intimidating and scary times in my life. There I was broken wide open, sitting […]

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    11 ways to keep calm so you can carry on

    1. Come from love.
    2. Go to bed before midnight.
    3. Make your bed when you get up.
    4. Drink a s*&t-load of water.
    5. Eat breakfast.
    6. Meditate.
    7. Breathe.
    8. Be honest.
    9. Experience and express gratitude.
    10. Arrive early.
    11. Play.
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