Month: August 2015

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Ends Are Always New Beginnings

When certain situations in our lives come to an end, sometimes it can be difficult to interpret their meaning.
When an end is abrupt and unpleasant, it leaves us with a feeling of uncertainty. We crave some kind of closure that may or may not come, because sometimes it’s not in our hands to reach it. In these situations, it’s common to fall into despair. We feel like something has been snatched from our hands, taken from us without warning. Sometimes, we may even feel deceived.

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The question is not ‘who?’…

I’m rarely on Facebook, but some times an occasional gem will find its way through my newsfeed. Reasons matter, and the weight of our decisions is usually leveraged with our motivations. However, it is equally important to consider how we put those reasons into effect.
I found this poem on Facebook this week and I think it holds a simple and powerful truth. So, I want to share it with you:

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Do you know how to use your life?

Sure, nothing and nobody is perfect. It’s a fact that we will never be one hundred percent satisfied or pleased with the current state of affairs. It’s human nature. Humans are the only species of mammal who aspires to or expects perfection.

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Goodbye, Dear Friend

This week I want to honor a dear, long term friend and co-founder of LifePath Center: Joseph Dispenza.
Joseph and I met through a mutual friend, my tour operator, when I was taking people around the world on personal growth spiritual journeys and Joseph was writing “The Way the Traveler”, one of his many books, sitting in a small cafe. Joseph didn’t need to travel all over the world (although he did) to know the wisdom of the world. He held that wisdom deep within his soul.

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Bring in the good stuff!

When we have our plate full – of projects, events, tasks, objects, etc. – it’s not possible to take on more, unless we’re willing to brave the risk of letting some things slide.

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Ends Are Always New Beginnings

When certain situations in our lives come to an end, sometimes it can be difficult to interpret their meaning.
When an end is abrupt and unpleasant, it leaves us with a feeling of uncertainty. We crave some kind of closure that may or may not come, because sometimes it’s not in our hands to reach it. In these situations, it’s common to fall into despair. We feel like something has been snatched from our hands, taken from us without warning. Sometimes, we may even feel deceived.

Read More »

The question is not ‘who?’…

I’m rarely on Facebook, but some times an occasional gem will find its way through my newsfeed. Reasons matter, and the weight of our decisions is usually leveraged with our motivations. However, it is equally important to consider how we put those reasons into effect.
I found this poem on Facebook this week and I think it holds a simple and powerful truth. So, I want to share it with you:

Read More »

Do you know how to use your life?

Sure, nothing and nobody is perfect. It’s a fact that we will never be one hundred percent satisfied or pleased with the current state of affairs. It’s human nature. Humans are the only species of mammal who aspires to or expects perfection.

Read More »

Goodbye, Dear Friend

This week I want to honor a dear, long term friend and co-founder of LifePath Center: Joseph Dispenza.
Joseph and I met through a mutual friend, my tour operator, when I was taking people around the world on personal growth spiritual journeys and Joseph was writing “The Way the Traveler”, one of his many books, sitting in a small cafe. Joseph didn’t need to travel all over the world (although he did) to know the wisdom of the world. He held that wisdom deep within his soul.

Read More »

Bring in the good stuff!

When we have our plate full – of projects, events, tasks, objects, etc. – it’s not possible to take on more, unless we’re willing to brave the risk of letting some things slide.

Read More »

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