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Braving the Wave of Vulnerability: How Opening Up May Actually Not Bring You Down

Braving the Wave of Vulnerability: How Opening Up May Actually Not Bring You Down

What we’re not often taught is the more we face what is uncomfortable, the more vulnerable we are willing to be, the less terrifying that actually IS because that is how you take away the power of fear, and discomfort. In fact it is the ONLY way. I often think of the quote, “The only way out is through”…

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The Key to Unlocking Change: Be What You Want to See

The Key to Unlocking Change: Be What You Want to See

I felt compelled to write about ‘being the change’ this week after all of the negative news going on the world lately. I won’t get into it, as I’m sure most of you are aware of what’s been going on but I just wanted to take the time to remind everyone that it all starts with each and every one of us. We all matter and we all mean something. Somewhere along the line, it became acceptable; almost required to teach us that we are insignificant and we began to lost our luster, our soul shine…and that is the greatest lie ever taught. We are all significant, we are divine, we are love. Don’t ever forget that because once you remember, the world will reflect a place that won’t need changing.

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Father Makes 8-Year Old Son Walk One Mile Home from School and Get’s Arrested

Posted by on April 19, 2017 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
Father Makes 8-Year Old Son Walk One Mile Home from School and Get’s Arrested

What is child endangerment? Read this story and decide if you think this father deserves to be arrested.

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Pruning the Tree of Expectation: How What We See Has Roots in What We’re Looking For

Pruning the Tree of Expectation: How What We See Has Roots in What We’re Looking For

The moment we incarnate we are bombarded with outside stimuli from the physical world that demand our attention and we rightly so give it to learn how to navigate this new environment to ensure our greatest chances for survival. However, it is rare that we are taught that this is not the only place to get your cues in life from. Sure, we often get the good old generic lessons passed down to us like, “always trust your gut” or “follow your heart”, but these cookie-cutter conversation pieces are rarely ever more deeply explored even though they carry some serious hidden gem insights. And this must lead us to wonder are they really understood and communicated from one generation to the next on what it really means to do either?

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The Alchemy of Voice: How Living For Yourself Can Tune a Dying Dream

The Alchemy of Voice: How Living For Yourself Can Tune a Dying Dream

That voice is what I’m sure we’ve all heard called before our “inner child”. That raw, un-filtered part of us that so dearly just wants to be loved and accepted as they are. The one that doesn’t want to be told to shut up because they have strange ideas or don’t fit in. The one that perhaps keeps those ideas to themselves now in fear of rejection. The one who’s voice has grown quieter over the years due to the addition of other people’s core beliefs as well as societal conditioning.

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When Life Feels Hard and Unfair: 4 Lessons That Helped Me Cope

Posted by on March 4, 2017 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
When Life Feels Hard and Unfair: 4 Lessons That Helped Me Cope

“Acceptance of what has happened is the first step to overcoming the consequences of any misfortune.” ~William James

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6 Simple Ways to Keep You and Your Family Grounded for More Wellbeing

Posted by on January 22, 2017 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Thrive with 0 Comments
6 Simple Ways to Keep You and Your Family Grounded for More Wellbeing

With energies shifting so fast, it’s more important than ever to stay grounded. Are you doing these things?

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Why Are Dutch Kids the Happiest In the World?

Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
Why Are Dutch Kids the Happiest In the World?

A Unicef report found Dutch kids were happiest and American children were one of the least happy (ahead of Lithuania). Here’s why.

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How To Stop Judging Yourself Once and For All!

How To Stop Judging Yourself Once and For All!

When you can love even the part of you that is judging, then healing can happen. Realize that the part of you that is judging has a positive intention.

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Santa’s Powerful Example With Autistic Child of the Power of Kindness

Santa’s Powerful Example With Autistic Child of the Power of Kindness

By Dr. Mercola | Mercola.com   The video above, featuring 6-year-old Landon Johnson and a River Town Crossings Mall Santa Claus, demonstrates just how powerful kindness can be — powerful enough to fall into the Christmas Magic category, according to the boy’s mother, Naomi. After telling Santa what he wanted for Christmas, Landon ran back […]

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Children Are The Heart of Christmas

Posted by on December 14, 2016 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Inspirational, Thrive with 0 Comments
Children Are The Heart of Christmas

PLEASE SHARE this video with as many people as you can to make sure as many children as possible has a gift and a big smile on Christmas morning!

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4 Tips for Raising Happy, Emotionally Healthy Children

Posted by on December 4, 2016 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Thrive with 0 Comments
4 Tips for Raising Happy, Emotionally Healthy Children

So, why is it that so many come out of childhood scathed in some way? My parents fed me and sheltered me. I learned how to take care of myself physically and to manage the tasks of adulthood. I was responsible and productive. Yet, I was far from happy and fulfilled.

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How To Know When It’s Time To Quit

How To Know When It’s Time To Quit

There comes a point when the life you are living is too small for who you are seeking to become. Then it’s time to quit playing small, quit excuses, quit settling, and open to playing a bigger game in life.

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4 Lessons About Forgiveness I Learned from My Abusive Father

4 Lessons About Forgiveness I Learned from My Abusive Father

I still remember the day when I told my mother that I no longer wanted to be at home. I’d had enough of so much pain and sorrow, and the constant yelling. Soon after, I watched my mother cry bitterly as she made the decision to get a divorce.

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How To Have A Difficult Conversation

How To Have A Difficult Conversation

Ultimately, the truth serves everyone even it doesn’t seem that way at first. By speaking truth you honor yourself as well as the other person.

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