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5 Things You Should Know About Meditation

“Meditation is listening to the Divine within.” ~ Edgar Cayce Several of my friends get stuck during their meditation practice and often give up because they have some sort of misconstrued notion of what meditation actually is. Perhaps it’s all the photos of people meditating looking so peaceful that throw them …

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Affirmations for Financial Abundance

I want to share with you a beautiful 15 minute video with affirmations for financial abundance by Esther Hicks. I feel that her soothing voice and the way she talks about abundance has the power to dissolve the resistance many of us have towards wealth and abundance. Hope you enjoy 🙂 …

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Positive “self-talk” is the discussion you have inside your head about you, your life and the world around you. Much of your happiness and your ability to achieve goals in life have to do with the things you say to yourself. If you tend to be a negative person, you most likely …

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6 Tips to Immediately Brighten Your Day

It’s not easy trying to stay positive the whole day through. Luckily, there are a few things that might bring you back on track if you seem to have lost your way or situations just keep coming at you like there’s no tomorrow! Visual Therapy If your imagination is not …

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Become Happy Again: 7 Ways to Harvest Happiness

There once was a small child playing in a wooded area. She had no toys, but she did have an inspired mind and the raw materials around her. She picked up a stick from the ground and ran toward the nearest tree. Just before running into it, she stopped and …

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7 Ways to Be the Change You Want to See in the World

  We live in a world of masquerades. With no one showing their true selves, it’s easy to think that the advice you receive is based on experience, when most often it’s not. The truth is–most people would rather tell people what to do rather than follow their own advice. …

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