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why a cloistered nun rocked my world

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I sat down next to Mary in the front row. I wanted to soak up as much as I could while attending a workshop with Caroline Myss (author, medical intuitive and modern day Mystic) and Dr. Jeffrey Rediger (professor at Harvard Medical School) on Mysticism, Miracles, and Medicine. Mary had a glow about her, a

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I’m just going to dive right in – the answers to life’s questions do not lie in your head, they are by¬†feeling your way along. Here’s what I mean: When you’re trying to “figure out” something, you’re in your head, the place where fears and beliefs hang out. Those fears and beliefs are going to

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I was reading Caroline Myss’s book Anatomy of the Spirit when I came across a story she told that moved me to tears. Caroline told the story of a a Native American man during World War 1 who had had a rough time growing up, becoming an alcoholic at a young age. He eventually enrolled

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My first experience of the liminal space was when I told my partner 15 years ago that he wasn’t right for me and he walked out the door. The rock in my gut told me I was in the liminal space. Liminal comes from the latin word “limens,” which means “threshold.” We’re literally on a

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I can honestly say that being able to hear my intuition is one of the greatest gifts of my life. It wasn’t always that way. The anxiety I had was absolutely debilitating for a time and caused me to question “why bother living?” But it was trying to tell me something. That I was going

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Here’s a truth about me: I’m a conflict avoider. Through and through. Since I was a little kid, I’d run into the other room if I heard an argument. I wanted to put a big conflict avoidance bubble around me and make them all go away, but they still happened. And continue to happen. I

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When I read this sentence my jaw dropped, “90% of the thoughts you have today are the same ones you had yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that.” It’s astounding really. Yet, we want life to be different (I can tell you many stories of myself in this boat). Either our

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I had this habit years ago of using the word, “just” in my language. “I just want to make the bed first. I just think it’s not okay to say xyz, You can just put your jacket over there.” All of those sentences are using a word that keeps me in a limited way of

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“You cannot truly see and be aware of the beauty of all life, or express the depths of love and compassion for others, until you have first seen your own sublime beauty and expressed love and compassion for yourself.” ~Ramtha I was teaching the rewiring technique to a client last week, when we got to

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