“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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In 2008, after spending a year training to try out for the most prestigious ski instructor team in the country, I walked away in tears, shaken after 5 days of evaluation and putting my all into it. My thoughts were, “Why did I bother? What was the point? What am I going to do now?

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Coming off the holidays, as you know, new year’s resolutions make headline news. But who really follows them? And why do we make them in the first place? For two reasons – one because we want to start the new year on the “right foot,” and two because somewhere inside, we’re punishing ourselves for the

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Holidays can often be a time of incredible stress (not always) – getting things wrapped up at work to leave for 4 days, packing, travel, or cleaning the house and shopping for numerous guests, or if your single and far from family, the impending feeling of loneliness that can come around the holidays. In personally

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I was catching up with a past client recently, and we were talking about relationships. She said excitedly, “One of the most important things that happened in working with you is that I learned to love myself. I want to bring that to my next relationship. No more relying on someone else to find my

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You feel it. This sense of knowing that you’re growing/evolving, but your partner is not. Or perhaps in a different direction. You feel it in your stomach, perhaps your heart. Perhaps it emerges as fear. Fear that all that you’ve built together may be lost. That you’re growing apart. You’ve mentioned it to them –

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Does the word sex make you feel uncomfortable? Cause a little tightness in your stomach? Yet totally grab your attention at the same time? Maybe you feel a little excitement too? We don’t talk about it, but we think about it. We don’t share about it, but we share it with someone. We might have

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The fairytale books say relationships are a fairy tale. You meet the person of your dreams, and voila, you’re in complete bliss and happiness: “happily ever after” as they say. Well, the Truth of it is, it’s not a fairytale. It takes work. It takes effort to communicate, resolve conflict, work through money issues, decide

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I’m not going to pretend that I know much about relationships, because really I don’t. I’ve been single for many years, and am grateful for the time I’ve had to get to know myself on a deeper, loving level. I’m in my 40’s, which seems to be the age of divorce or separation, (the 20’s

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