A Path to Inner Peace
In my conversations with people I notice that everyone is looking for one thing: inner peace.  Many of us are chasing money, relationships, status, success, etc. but when I ask why they want this or that it always comes down to the goal: inner peace.  Sometimes people will think is freedom (especially when it comes...
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Living in the PRESENT Moment
Living in the PRESENT Moment As the new year begins, I have set the intention to practice the true meaning of “presence.”  This is becoming my mantra and my focus in everything I do.  I do have smart goals with specific timelines for this year, but the core of my focus will be to be...
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The Disorganized Student!
The Disorganized Student! School is just beginning and the parents everywhere are sharing concerns about their children’s disorganization. In no time at all parents will be getting notices from the teachers about missing homework, projects, and papers. The symptoms for disorganization are below: 1- forgets to bring his/her agenda home 2-did not bring the correct...
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Living an Intentional Life
Living an Intentional Life We are human beings going through a spiritual experience here on earth, and when we forget that purpose we struggle.  This idea is not just for the mystics or for people who are “out there,” this concept is for you and I, regular, everyday people.  How does one live their life...
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The Health of Our Relationships and the Health of Our Bodies
The Health of Our Relationships and the Health of Our Bodies Our culture leads us to think of our health mostly as a physical phenomenon. But an abundance of solid scientific research tells us otherwise: our thoughts and emotions have a direct and major impact on the body. The first relevant observation is that a...
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Become a POSSIBILITARIAN
Become a POSSIBLITARIAN I am not sure what your political party is but I belong to the Possibilitarian’s Party where you are encouraged to achieve and create the life you want.  My daughter tells me:  “mom you live in a bubble that is not real”, and she is correct.  However, I love my bubble, I...
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Meditation vs. Medication
Meditation vs. Medication I recently attended a presentation on the heroin and opioid crisis in our community.  I was appalled to learn that we, as a country use 80% of worldwide prescriptions even though we don’t have 80% of the population; that the total number of drug and alcohol related intoxication deaths is rising fast;...
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Neuromindfulness
Neuromindfulness What do most people really want in life?  Is it financial security? Loving and supportive relationships?  Health? Happiness?  Most people would say all of the above, not knowing that they all have the same common denominator. If one can achieve the common denominator one can have all.  In talking to hundreds and hundreds of...
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