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5 Reminders to Release Comparison and Competition

Though I don’t really love to admit to it, I can be a pretty competitive person. It’s funny because I’m not overtly competitive, but the Scorpio within me often feels driven towards competition, comparison, and striving to come out on top. It’s a quality that honestly is not my favorite,...
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What I Learned After Years of Going Against My Intuition

If you browse through some of my old posts here, you will come to find that over the years I have talked a lot about intuition. I’ve given tips on how to cultivate a stronger sense of intuition, what it’s like to feel connected to your gut instinct, and how...
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Create Your Best Year

Happy New Year! There is something so exciting about a new year. It is time to start fresh and begin a new chapter of our lives. While the clean slate feeling is wonderful, it can also feel daunting. There is so much potential for the year ahead. How do we...
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4 Ways to Detoxify from Dysfunctional Relationships

We all have relationships that can be difficult. It is especially hard to heal from unhealthy relationships with people who are very close to us such as family members. Here are four things to remember that will help you detoxify from dysfunctional relationships: 1. Don’t take things personally. When someone...
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4 Ways to Deal with Controlling People

We all have or have had people in our lives who try to control us. We can not control anything in life but ourselves. Likewise, we never have to be at the mercy of someone else trying to control us. Here are four techniques that I have been using for...
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6 Things to Remember When Hurting

We are experiencing some painful times these past few months. Whether you are hurting from the events of the world, or having personal difficulties, it is hard sometimes to see the light when the darkness can feel so dense. This week I am not going into the details of how...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles