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Holidays: 5 Tips to Saying “No” and Feeling Good About it!

The good news: It’s the holidays! The bad news: It’s the holidays! This time of year can have you going from one extreme to another. Parties, family, friends, spiritual gatherings, shopping and oh yes, work. There are a lot of demands on your time and energy. The only way to happily navigate this time of […]

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Why This is So Hard and Yet Must be Done

Recently I was pondering a past relationship in which something had been “done to me” that felt so heinous I wasn’t sure I could ever forgive it. In fact, it happened more than 25 years ago, and I was still harboring deep feelings of anger. Since I teach Ho’oponopono (the Hawaiian process of forgiveness), I […]

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What are you worth?

I recently had several people tell me that they read all my blogs. I was a bit stunned and certainly pleased. It started me thinking about the value I bring to others and what it’s worth. How do you determine what your “value” or “worth” is? What value do you bring to those around you […]

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The Unexpected

Recently I was conducting readings at a weekend psychic fair. Most of the readings were Akashic (guidance and clarity), however, I did one medium type reading and it was fascinating and, well, unexpected. An older gentleman and his wife sat down at my table. I proceeded to get his name so I could open his […]

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Mother & Daughter Relationships

Over the last 6 years I’ve used all the skills I have (and I have many) gotten help from others and have still been unable to reconnect in what I call a meaningful relationship with my daughter. The results of my efforts often feel painful and disappointing, yet I persist; she is and always will […]

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Are You Holding a Grudge?

Alexander Pope said, “to err is human, to forgive divine.” I first heard this saying from my mother when I was growing up. I didn’t realize how important it was until I was much older. Ah, with age comes wisdom…thankfully. Are you holding a grudge? The truth is we all make mistakes and holding a […]

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