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You can do anything you decide to do…

“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure , the process is its own reward.” Amelia Earhart

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10 Things Self-Loving People Do Differently

Marc and Angel, two passionate writers, life-hackers and “admirers of the human spirit,” have come up with an amazing list of 10 Things Self-Loving People Do Differently. If you like their list, make sure you check out their site and sign up to their amazing newsletter! 10 Things Self-Loving People Do Differently The most powerful […]

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Commitment to self

….The biggest commitment you must keep is your commitment to yourself. Betrayal of yourself In order not to betray another Is betrayal nonetheless. It is the highest betrayal. This is not a call for willy-nilly abandonment of a job or a person or a situation. But it is your notice from the Universe that it […]

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5 Common Ways Of Transmuting Emotional Energies

  By Michelle Walling, CHLC Relationships are a gift whether you are on the giving end or the receiving end. Being able to share consciousness with another human being is a balancing act. There are 5 common ways of transmuting emotional energies that may cause conflicts within a relationship. What do you do if you are […]

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16 Spiritual Gifts You Didn’t Know You Already Have

16 Spiritual Gifts You Didn’t Know You Already Have     You already know you’ve got some spiritual gifts, the problem is that we forget…and by forget I mean everyday we forget.  If you’re like me you forget every hour.  As a  yoga teacher, entrepreneur, and business coach I see these gifts go under utilized […]

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Your Aura, how it affects others

Your Aura And How It Affects Others Have you ever noticed people who simply make you feel good by just being around them? Have you ever observed someone for the first time and knew that there was something off with this person, even though that particular person never said a word to you? Chances are, […]

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Old is New

Old Is New | Janet Amalia Weinberg | January 2015 – Issue 15 | Forty-five years ago, my generation was involved in the Women’s Movement – in fact, we were the Women’s Movement. Now, in our sixties and seventies, we’re at the age when women typically have been seen as over-the-hill, too old to matter. […]

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To become a butterfly, you must be willing to give up being a caterpillar.