Do positive affirmations work for constructive change? Yes, thanks to our subconscious minds! The subconscious mind plays a powerful role in how we actualize our lives. As a matter of fact, it is responsible for 90% of our daily living – beyond our conscious awareness. That means if we want to change our lives in…

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“A bad attitude is like a flat tire; you can’t go anywhere until you change it.” We all hold the power to change or choose our attitudes and perceptions.  This means nothing outside of us has to change in order to be happy, peaceful and kind to others.  The only thing that has to change…

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Is it possible we have it all backwards in reference to giving and taking? We are taught at a very young age to be givers, and raised to put everyone else first. But how can you possibly give without already have taken! It’s impossible. We must first learn to Take so we can restore ourselves…

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I’ve watched over a few weeks, while driving into town, a beagle puppy with no collar run up and down Hwy 197.  He was the cutest thing, his little legs going a-mile-a-minute.  I immediately fell in love with him and wondered why I kept seeing him?  Didn’t this darling puppy have a home?  One day…

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Compare yourself only to yourself when striving to make some progress in your life. Doubt usually arises when we compare ourselves to others, a common habit in a competitive culture. Such comparisons can indicate a lack of self-acceptance … a lack of a clear sense of one’s own purpose … a lack of trust in…

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Many remain skeptical of Reiki therapy, and especially remote Reiki. They have a very hard time believing that energy can travel across great distance. Much less produce tangible results. Historically, many spiritual traditions and indigenous cultures believe all things are connected. Also, they believe in the ability of one person to affect another through thought…

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If one very common belief, “I am not good enough,” was obliterated, it would be a real game changer. Not good enough is often based in shame and guilt. We somehow and somewhere got the message that whoever we are or whatever we do isn’t acceptable … isn’t pleasing … isn’t permissible. And let’s face…

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After implementing meditation with journaling as a spiritual practice, I became keenly aware of the conditioning that had dictated my life. Some of it was positive and some of it was not. As a result, I began replacing old, outdated beliefs and habits with news ones cognizant of the impact they imparted. Not only in…

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“O holy night the stars are brightly shining It is the night of our dear Savior’s birth Long lay the world in sin and error pining ‘Til he appeared and the soul felt its worth.” “O Holy Night” is by far my and my deceased mother’s favorite Christmas carol. The most heartfelt and well received…

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