Individuals

  1. Awaken individuals to the reality that they are not living their lives as free adults who can choose to create their heart’s longing
  2. Inspire them to remove the emotional and psychological barriers to their heart so that they can discover its purpose
  3. Help them develop a plan to pursue their passion
  4. Engage them in a practice which will support them to stay on the path to become who they were born to be
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Reactive vs Creative Selves – revisited

Following on yesterday’s post on the two types of Knowing: intellectual and heart, I thought it would be a good idea to review these concepts in the spirit of bringing them closer to your hearts. The following questions are posed to aid you in getting a better appreciation of your knowledge of these concepts. The []

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I already know this stuff

I just got back from a wonderful trip visiting with my cousins in Myrtle Beach, SC. Aside from just enjoying spending time with them and getting to know them (we had been out of communication for many years), I loved the way they embraced much of this material. What was particularly remarkable was watching my []

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The Mind that Changes the Brain

The idea that our minds can actually change the structure of our brains is mind-boggling, and would have been heresy a couple of decades ago.  Well, no more.  We now know that our day to day experiences have the capacity to restructure certain parts of our brains and generate new neural connections. This is an []

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What the heck are neurons anyway?

I have been wracking my brain for hours working on coming up with some interesting and fun way to describe what neurons are and how they work. The blocks I have been experiencing, in a way, actually are illustrative of how neurons work.  You see, my brain does not have pre-existing pathways to communicate to []

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Rewiring Fears

Is anyone other than Jeff interested in learning whether I am still afraid of bees?  Jeff posted a comment in that post asking me whether I got over this fear and how.  I responded that I did, it took longer than that one time with Leor in front of our building that day.  It took []

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Dear Ima

Dear Ima, Ours was not always the warm, loving relationship it is today.  I remember vividly the day it changed for me.  It was a week before Leor and I were due to leave Germany.  Freddie needed to stay behind for another month and there was so much I needed to do to get our []

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New Year, New Habits?

It’s the third week in January. If you are like most people, you have either stopped making New Year resolutions or have already broken the ones you made. What’s up with that? You know you need to eat smaller portions; you know your body is screaming to get some exercise; you know you can’t afford []

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What is Ugly?

ugly I vividly remember sitting in front of the mirror, when I was fourteen and fifteen, looking intently at my face, trying to find ugly. I could not comprehend what it meant. “What is ugly?” I used to ask myself. I never saw or understood it, but it was not up to me to understand, I just needed to accept that others found me ugly. They communicated it in many ways, from directly avoiding or ignoring me to telling me straight to my face.

Interestingly, accepting their perceptions of me did not affect my perception of myself. I continued to focus on what was important to me and did not seek to look better or impress others. Something happened when I turned sixteen. I am not clear what it was that changed about me, perhaps I grew out of that awkward teen stage. All I knew was that people began to respond to me differently. Suddenly everyone found me attractive; guys would whistle to me on the street and boys would want to talk to me in school. I remember resenting this change in attitude toward me – I knew nothing had changed, I was exactly the same person – but somehow because my exterior changed, I was “worthy” of their attention.

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