You Are Right!

Many years ago Henry Ford said, “If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” And Albert Einstein said, “You can’t solve our problems with the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” What they were both talking about is what Dr. Bruce Lipton…

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Be a Dot

When I was in my early thirties, I moved from doing sculpture to stippling, which is way of drawing a picture by only making dots or small touches.   This was a rather drastic leap, and yet in retrospect, this huge change in medium allowed me to dive deeper into my awareness of the energy…

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Fast Forward

About thirty years ago when I was encountering some major challenges in my life I devised a mind-game I played with myself to help me step out of the turmoil and make good, clear, and conscious choices. I called the game “fast forward.” In the game I would imagine I had died and I was…

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Coloring Books

Over the last two years, many people have brought the new explosion of adult coloring books to my attention. Numerous people have spoken to me about how much they love the process of coloring in these books. This led me to explore the phenomenon myself. I personally do not like coloring in predesigned coloring books…

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Choosing Cherries

Is it possible to live an inspired life in our current stress-and-fear-filled society? Could living an inspired life help bring about the needed change? Or would it feel like an act of denial? Webster’s Dictionary definition of inspired is, “ …aroused, animated or imbued with spirit to do a certain thing by, or as if…

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Grandfather’s Wisdom

When I was growing up I was lead to believe that I was bad. This negative view of myself then led to more rule breaking and even more criticism. I truly tried to behave, but no matter how hard I tried I would eventually behave inappropriately and get in trouble. One day my grandfather’s response…

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A Gold Mine of Problem-Solvers

  Why do we continue to view individuals with learning challenges as damaged, broken, or less than? Why are we blind to the wealth of knowledge and unique abilities they possess, not in spite of, but because of the unique wiring of their mind? Almost every week I meet someone who is still shackled with…

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