Choose Happiness!

It is not the cards we are dealt that decide our happiness, it is how we respond to what life brings. At every turn of the road we have an opportunity to view ourselves as a victim, or choose to be the hero in our own life. This is not something imaginary. As the Molecules…

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We Have a Choice

This wonderful video is a superb reminder of what many of our leading scientists and spiritual leaders have been telling us for decades and even centuries–our thoughts and emotions affect our biology! When we are living a life that makes us happy, we feel better and quite often our health is greatly improved. On the…

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Learning Opportunity

We all have moments where we feel genuinely happy, and empowered, but how do you respond when the Universe throws you a curve ball?  Do you get angry? Frustrated? Blame someone? Become a victim?  Make excuses? Or do you have the capacity to stay centered with your heart open, and consciously embrace the “learning opportunity”…

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Art Is a Gift

We all want our children to have a happy, healthy, and successful life; however, I think it is obvious that more testing and more pressure is not the answer. What could be a solution in this fast paced ever-changing world we now live in? In our complex world, it is easy to get caught up…

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Labyrinth

According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver, and suicide. And more than 75 percent of all physician office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints. Chronic stress can also reduce your clarity, productivity, and ability…

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Finding a Way Out

For over 40 years, drawing has helped me gain a deeper understanding of myself and provided me with innovative solutions for my personal challenges. Drawing has also served as a form of biofeedback, providing me with insights into what was bothering me or keeping me from materializing my dreams. So with that in mind, I…

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A Cost-Effective Solution

In a recent report released by Scholastic and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, behavior issues that interfere with teaching and learning have notably worsened in all grade levels. Concern about this increase in behavior issues was not limited to any particular demographic group; however, schools in lower-income areas reported concerns at a higher rate…

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Just Scribble Version Three

Wholeness is not something we need to strive for or try to obtain. Wholeness exists within us. It is our perceptions or beliefs about life and ourselves that disconnect us from this awareness and can prevent us from moving through life in a rewarding manner. The I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB) activities are designed…

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Our Journey

Our Journey begins long before we are born. Like a seed buried deep within the ground we carry potential in the womb. At the same time, our mother’s thoughts and experiences are chemically passed to us and these experiences affect the development of our body, mind, and potential. Did she feel loved and supported or…

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