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Empowered with a Radiant Conviction of Good

So much power as we live into this noticing the Good!  Yet more juice to consciously reflect it back to one another.

A few years ago the opening quotation caught my attention.  A few hours after discovering it, I gave Emily a Jin Shin Jyutsu treatment.

At that time a traumatic event had occurred in Paris,

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Staying Relaxed Has Payoff

About seven years ago Melody spied an eight legged hairy creature, a wolf spider, in her apartment near the storage area. At that moment she had bare feet and ran for shoes, returned with a broom and bucket to sweep the thing into a container for a move outdoors. Oops before being caught the spider ran into the basement storage area,

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Moving Through What We Don’t Prefer

She did great on the flight of stairs, up and down, up and down.

When the process was nearly complete, she stepped out the door onto the front porch and felt stabbing pain. Oops, her foot had landed at the edge of a thick straw doormat, half on the mat and half off.

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Awesome Power of Taking a Break

In How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci author Michael Gelb points out how daVinci recommended juggling to fuel his genius. He found pausing got his mind and body working differently from the way it had while doing his task. Juggling switches the focus and resting of attention results.

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Very Cool Appreciation Story

easily feeling good and seeing  yet more to appreciate. My flowers are starting to poke up out the soil.  Last month I got two snowdrops blooming– thrilling!

Yesterday I listed the friends with whom it is fun to visit. I see their wonderful qualities, their liveliness, accomplishments and beauty.

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Allowing Clarity to Come

new brakes on my car. When I arrived in the small auto shop office, I was greeted by the office manager wearing green pancake makeup and black spiked hair wig. At her feet stood a dog in costume, dressed as…. (I had to be told) a cow. The dog in the cow suit won my heart.

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Practice to Change Thinking

Impressive to notice the intensity with which internet dating stimulated patterns of thought– yowser! The vulnerability related to romantic relationships stirred all kinds of stuff. She observed reactions to each part– the writing about herself, the sending off an email and waiting for response, the planning of the meeting, the first date,

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Feeling Good About Self

At a seminar a man named Buddy shared a process he created to get what he wanted. Buddy had written a thank you letter to the Universe for two special manifestations: a job where he could express himself more fully and  a loving partner. He wrote the letter as a way to bring forth these gifts.

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Getting on A Roll: Momentum and Law of Attraction

This post is about how Murphy’s Law does not operate for those who understand how we can control the direction of our energy.

I have written extensively about the flow of good and about priming the pump of it.  One can also slow down and shift when events are not going as preferred.

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Take the Easy Path

 Here I was making myriad decisions about house, job, retirement. Do what required least effort? How astonishing!

Not evaluate what would cost less? Not discern how to maximize benefit to others? Not think how to “do the right thing?”

I decided to sell the house rather than rent it.

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