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We are often stuck in the status quo; not because we don’t have the knowledge, but because of our paradigms. There are many definitions of a paradigm. Here’s mine: A set of beliefs, habits, perceptions, attitudes from which you live and view the world and everything around you. It’s a lens through which you see…Read More
For those of us in the northern hemisphere, we’re welcoming in Spring now. It’s an amazing time of year: so many signs of new life and new growth. And I celebrate my birthday in Spring; that’s an annual opportunity to look at where I want to be (in the next phase of my growth) and…Read More
Yesterday was my daughter, Casey’s birthday. So much to celebrate: her recent graduation from college, her upcoming trip to Europe. My celebration included some things not on her list: The fact that she was born was a miracle, for one. Casey was conceived out of a powerful intention to be a mother. I was…Read More
I used to own a powerboat. There were many things to love about it and one was certainly the sense of adventure it provided. This was in the days before the Global Positioning Satellites (GPS) hit the market. My trusted navigational tools were a compass, sonar depth finder (to ensure the water I was…Read More
I’ve been spending a lot of time in gratitude lately and, just like everything else in the Universe, the more I focus on it, the more it expands. So now I am not only feeling gratitude most of the time, but it seems like everywhere I go, that’s what people are talking about. Gratitude is…Read More
What I am finding curious lately is the number of people I encounter who will believe, without questioning, the idea that things around them, e.g., “circumstances” (Origin: Latin – circum: around; stare: around) are not positive and are fixed, unchangeable. These people seem to have such a difficult time believing in a future where things…Read More