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Your Thinking is Optional. (What do you Think?)

Your Thinking is Optional. (What do you Think?)

In today's blog, I would like to expand upon some of the concepts that I introduced in my January blog, entitled Confessions of a Thinkaholic. I believe that so many of us seek out external pleasures in our attempts to alleviate our suffering and/or fill an internal...

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The Paradox of Our Times

The Paradox of Our Times

I think that most of us live it every day, but do we see it, do we feel it—do we understand the paradox of our times? I never fully grasped the concept of paradox before—I think I understood it intellectually but not emotionally. Just the other day, I listened to an...

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Confessions of a Thinkaholic

Confessions of a Thinkaholic

As Anais Nin, the novelist, writes, “We do not see things as they are—we see things as we are.” I could not agree more! Here’s why. This past November I had a cold virus that kept me home for more than two weeks, and what I found myself doing more than ever was...

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Invest in Meaning—Negotiate a Life that Matters

Invest in Meaning—Negotiate a Life that Matters

A nugget of wisdom I would love to share: You don’t find your calling or your purpose in life; it finds you. Your calling unfolds and emerges over time. However, what it does require is a path to find you—to meet you where you are. And how do you create that path? I...

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Thank You Pixar: Inside Out is a True Masterpiece!

Thank You Pixar: Inside Out is a True Masterpiece!

For years now, as an author, speaker, and life coach, I’ve been studying the mind and the brain—and what I have discovered is that they are all-powerful and utterly fascinating. What I have also discovered is that people don’t know much about either. We understand the...

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The “Ultimate Classroom”

The “Ultimate Classroom”

This past week was the culmination of my New Science of Happiness six-week interactive workshop and what a gift this workshop has been for me. I was given the opportunity to teach and learn from eight phenomenal women—at last, my “ultimate classroom.” n 1992 I...

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Ego Attack

Ego Attack

Buddha said, “Your worst enemy cannot harm you, as much as your own thought…unguarded.” Given my current understanding of the power of the mind, I could not agree more with this phrase. What I am going to do is to expand upon this concept and relate it to an “ego...

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Forever Incomplete

Forever Incomplete

Have you ever loved a phrase enough to want to use it, surround yourself with it, and try to live by it? Being that I am an avid reader and writer, I often annotate text and highlight my favorite words and concepts. They frequently inspire new poems and workshops....

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