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Habits Heal or Harm

Written by on June 23, 2020 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 0 Comments
Habits Heal or Harm

I love to  run on trails. Even when I’m grudging up an enormous mountain, it rarely feels like that much effort. Starting  my run, I check out my watch to see how much time I GET to run, rather than sizing up how much I feel I HAVE to run. After my run, I like […]

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7 Secrets to REAL Success

Posted by on August 16, 2017 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
7 Secrets to REAL Success

One of the things that people often liken to success is talent, but here’s the thing- talent rarely brings success.

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2 Things You Can’t Thrive Without

2 Things You Can’t Thrive Without

To have strong, hot passion — in whatever we endeavor to do — is the delectability of living this life. And, o be able to laugh at our fragile mortality and existential situations is pure magic and can be one of the most important exercises in our daily routine. But the two things I think are paramount to living the life extraordinaire are to have a limitless supply of what the Dalai Lama calls necessities of life…

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What Is Fear of Abandonment and How to Overcome It

Written by on April 6, 2016 in Conscious Living, Psychology-Psychiatry with 3 Comments
What Is Fear of Abandonment and How to Overcome It

An article by Omar Cherif about the causes, the symptoms, and the ways to heal from our common fear of abandonment.

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Is Your Free Will a Delusion?

Written by on September 26, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 37 Comments
Is Your Free Will a Delusion?

Most people assume they can make independent choices, but you might be surprised to learn that the dominant position in modern cognitive science is that there is no free will.

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What Nomad Lions Can Teach Us About Growing Through Life

Written by on September 15, 2015 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Thrive with 2 Comments
What Nomad Lions Can Teach Us About Growing Through Life

Nature is a wise teacher. And when it comes to being King and Queen of the jungle, these magnificent creatures may have a lesson or two to teach us.

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What is Grace?

What is Grace?

Back in the 1990’s, I discovered that there were teens on the streets of my town who didn’t have a legal place to sleep. There was no youth shelter, and no long term housing for young people under 18 who were away from their parents and not part of foster care. In many states, including California, women’s shelters didn’t allow boys over 16, so often abused and homeless women would have to choose between shelter for themselves and younger children and caring for their teen boys. I didn’t feel comfortable living in a community where there wasn’t a legal place for a child to be if they wanted to be, so I decided to work to create a program that could provide the missing services.

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Bounce Back and Thrive: The Secret to Turning Adversity into Opportunity

Posted by on July 21, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
Bounce Back and Thrive: The Secret to Turning Adversity into Opportunity

Each adversity moment is a learning moment in its own right. We miss countless opportunities to grow because we don’t know how to appreciate and identify these moments.

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Things I Got Rid Of To Become Happier

Written by on June 28, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 4 Comments
Things I Got Rid Of To Become Happier

By Omar Cherif As some of you already know, during those last few years I went through a self-transformation Renaissance. This meant I had to let go of some habits which were not serving me or my growth. Some of them were dragging me backwards, while others were simply not needed. So getting rid of […]

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Want To Empower Yourself? Choose Enlightened Endings

Want To Empower Yourself? Choose Enlightened Endings

You may find that as your world crumbles and you begin re-inventing in a rapid way, your circle of friends may not be able to connect with you anymore. Bless them. Don’t blame them. It is time for you to engage a new circle.

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3 Easy Peasy Steps to Resolving Anger

3 Easy Peasy Steps to Resolving Anger

As soon as I recognized it as fear, the anger seemed to morph from fire into a dense cloud inside me. What was interesting was that simply by recognizing the root of the anger emotion, it already started to change.

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The Significance of Letting Go

Written by on May 5, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 4 Comments
The Significance of Letting Go

By Omar Cherif Whether it’s a hateful happening, a dead-end job, a toxic relationship or a lifeless life, every painful experience we have endured has helped form the person we are today. Initially, most psychological issues and complexes adults suffer from stem from things which had happened to them in their past as children or […]

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How Feeling “Empty” is a Good Thing- Farhana Dhalla

How Feeling “Empty” is a Good Thing- Farhana Dhalla

Farhana explains what the “empty” feeling really is when we get rid of our beliefs and emotions that do not serve us.

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The Power of Taking Small Steps – Farhana Dhalla

The Power of Taking Small Steps – Farhana Dhalla

Change does not happen overnight. Small steps, done daily, is the game changer.

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A Vision of True Accountability – Kimberly Gamble

Posted by on March 22, 2015 in Thrive with 1 Comment
A Vision of True Accountability – Kimberly Gamble

A Vision of True Accountability, beginning with ourselves, to help ignite and nurture a balanced blend of inner and outer clarity. Imagine, we truly know ourselves; we each attune to our unique purpose, and from that knowing we have complete surety that no one has the right to coerce us so long as we are doing no harm. Imagine that we know as an unwavering truth that our intentional life on this planet is as meaningful as every other person’s. So, when someone, out of ignorance, habit or aggression, attempts to impose their falsely-claimed power over us, we greet them with steadfast clarity and courage, letting them know that they are mistaken as to who we are, and who they are in relation to us.

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