Monthly archive for ‘ January, 2012 ’

Reliving experiences

26th January 2012 | 0 Comments
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Each experience in our lives has a feeling attached to it. Sometimes those feelings are so strong that we carry them with us like baggage. The downside is when we subconsciously attach an old feeling to a new experience – that means we are not living in the present. Because our feelings are triggers to […]

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Need to be right

24th January 2012 | 0 Comments
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When two people are in conversation, it really shouldn’t be about right or wrong. If it is, the conversation can go very very wrong. Just ask one (or two, or three) of my third graders who are always in a verbal battle with someone. In this battle, he/she is totally missing out on the point […]

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Who is or is not watching

23rd January 2012 | 0 Comments
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It seems we human beings beg for attention. Either it is attention for a job well done, or attention for a job not well done. On one hand, we get praise; on the other, we get sympathy. Both cases fulfill a deep subconscious need. Which category do you fall into? Have you ever (I’m sure […]

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Honor your vessel

22nd January 2012 | 0 Comments
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Your body talks. It tells you what is working and what is not working and it expects that you are listening. Are you listening? Many people suffer from gas. That’s your body telling you that something you ate does not agree with you, therefore don’t eat it. Others suffer from skin allergies. Again, probably something […]

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Dwelling on the past

19th January 2012 | 0 Comments
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It’s been a cold couple of days and I miss my favorite gloves that I got from my favorite store. You see, they kept my hands especially warm, and now they are gone. One day last week, I had a non-conscious-not-present moment and dropped them. I did not realize this until I needed them. In […]

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