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Perpetual Change

Nature is always changing, just at different rates of speed. We are the ones who often attempt to hold things in sameness.

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Action Modalities

Many times the actions we choose have a negative or oppositional impulse. “I don’t want things to be this way, so I will do this to change it. I don’t want that to happen, so I will do such and such.” Continue reading

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Our Contribution to the Expanding Universe

When we look out into our world and focus on that which we see there, we are contributing to the expansion of the universe. We are therefore playing an important, vibrant role in the agenda of the universe. Continue reading

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Effort or Ease – Getting Things Done

I was reminded recently that there are both easy and difficult ways to accomplish things. A story my friend Jim told me about moving a large rock is a good illustration of how working with the universal energies can make things … Continue reading

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RESET – Refresh Your Mind and Emotions

When things get messed up on a webpage we can click the REFRESH button. When an electronic device doesn’t work right we can do a RESET by shutting it down then restarting it, or taking out the batteries and then restarting. But … Continue reading

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“I know what to do now” – the power of being in the flow

Yesterday I spoke with a friend who was trying to decide when to retire. He had a bunch of conflicting feelings and was deadlocked within himself about what to do. We discussed it for a while. When the conversation switched to … Continue reading

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Two Processes Using the Power of Inquiry – “That’s Better!” and The Work of Byron Katie

2 Sets of Questions to help us see the truth more clearly  and enter the flow of well being. The “That’s Better!” Process Dealing with something upsetting that keeps coming up in our minds. 1) “If ____ sticks in my mind there is something valuable … Continue reading

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