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The Unrelenting Pull of Personal Freedom

Written by on May 5, 2018 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
The Unrelenting Pull of Personal Freedom

While we can all presumably say we like to make people happy, especially those we love, there is a fine line between being considerate of others’ feelings and opinions and ignoring your on altogether simply to please other people. One is generally healthy, the other not so much.

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Healthy Visions: Seeing Yourself Well

Healthy Visions: Seeing Yourself Well

We ALL have far more power that we’ve ever been told and I won’t leave it up to chance that anyone ever will tell you if you haven’t figured it out for yourself yet…so here goes. Our minds, our very thoughts that we allow to take form from the pulling of potentialities within our imaginations, are creating our lives. And everyone around us, conscious of it or not, are doing the same exact thing.

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You CAN Create a Meaningful Life – Watch This Highly Inspirational & Beautiful Video

Written by on April 9, 2018 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 19 Comments
You CAN Create a Meaningful Life – Watch This Highly Inspirational & Beautiful Video

Do you need an emotional boost? Then, watch this highly inspirational video containing stunning images and brilliant words of wisdom from Jim Carrey, Steve Jobs, Will Smith, Stephen Spielberg, Ashton Kutcher, Alan Watts, and more.

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Are You Stuck On The Personal Development Treadmill?

Written by on September 26, 2017 in Conscious Evolution, Manifestation / LOA with 0 Comments
Are You Stuck On The Personal Development Treadmill?

You buy all the latest books, you watch the videos, and you go to the latest guru’s seminars. Just like running on a treadmill, you’re working really hard and getting nowhere, or at least not as far or as fast as you’d like!
“I have read dozens of books, attended countless seminars, took a six week class four times thinking that repetition was the key. None of these things made any lasting changes in my life.”
Are you having the same problem? If you are, you’re not alone!

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Research Shows Doing Affirmations Can Make Things Worse (Here’s Why)

Written by on August 18, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Inspirational, Thrive with 1 Comment
Research Shows Doing Affirmations Can Make Things Worse (Here’s Why)

Affirmations can work, but only in specific situations. In other less favorable situations, research shows they make things WORSE. Read this and find out when to use them — and when not to.

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