Are you wondering why change is so hard? Here’s how to make it easier.

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The question occurred to me during my morning meditation – how do things change or how can we change things in our lives? Then upon reflection, I saw the grandest changes that have brought the most happiness and external results have all followed the same route into physical reality. A repeatable path.

What it Appears to Be

Sometimes we have this idea that people just wake up one day and change their life’s trajectory out of the blue. We hear about it all the time.

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Stop the Junk Mail, Junk Calls and Reclaim Your Time

There is so much mental and physical clutter that keeps us from staying focused, and on task (even if that task is chilling out!)

Every piece of rubbish junk mail that fills up our physical or digital mailboxes, and each pesky call that comes through to our cell phone asking us to buy this or that or the other add up!

You can think of each disturbance as a little stone thrown against your peace of mind, focus, and energy. Day in and day out, it can be energy sapping! And certainly, keep us from our task at hand!

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Mind Games 101

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The Essence of Mind Games

For the longest time I found myself trying to guess at what was written between the lines. I wanted to find out what people really meant or felt or wanted. I didn’t take what people said at face value. Communication was ambiguous and murky. Continue reading “Mind Games 101”

Sickness and Health

(This sat in my drafts for a few months, so it was really not this past weekend, but a weekend in November.)

This past weekend I learned and saw from very close up exactly how I got really sick, and how I got better in a matter of a couple of days. I want to share this with you in the hopes that it will help you get over anything you might have going on by looking in places that seem completely unrelated.

First the sick part.

I was set to spend what was meant to be a wonderful weekend with Chrissy and her family at a lovely beach house in Ventura California to celebrate her Grandmother’s birthday. IMG_6106The waves literally crashed against the walls of the outdoor area and the bedroom windows looked out on the beautiful Pacific Ocean and the small volcanic island of Anacapa. When you slept, you could hear the waves crashing, and when you awoke, the vast horizon stretched before you as if you were at sea. It was breathtakingly beautiful. Continue reading “Sickness and Health”