Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

February 28, 2024
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Focus on Wanted NOW

We want to put our focus on what we want as much as we can. All of us want more evidence of Good in our lives!  With experimentation and persistence, we are discovering the immediate pay off for paying attention to Good by appreciating what is already flowing around us. Continue reading

February 21, 2024
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Self-Blame Releasing

So many of us have experienced self blame. Most people have habit of thought to wield blame in some way—We make someone or something “wrong” about something. For some the frequent target is one’s own dear self.
As we raise our vibration toward more Good, we can release the habit of making ourselves wrong. Continue reading

February 14, 2024
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Knowing We are Protected

As we pay attention aligning with Forces of Good, we become more and more aware of our beliefs. We are raising our vibration with our practiced focus on Well Being.
Please read about the incident where one woman had a miracle and then fully KNEW she was protected. Continue reading

February 7, 2024
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Harmonizing Our Creative Efforts

We want to create—we love affirming life and putting forth our expression. We want to shape our circumstance with people, things, projects about which we feel good.
Some of us ponder how to best “do this creating”. Whole bodies of work have been put forth to assist us with “goal setting”. Continue reading

January 4, 2024
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Talking Ourselves Down from the Edge

We all acknowledge that we have moments of upset. Even those on the path of more empowerment experience times of unwanted habits of thoughts running, perhaps anger or fear. This piece shows the process of how to grab the reins of that bucking inner horse and return to an easy trot through life. Continue reading

December 13, 2023
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Take Power Instead of Feeling a Victim

Those of us increasing our personal power are building new neural pathways moment to moment. These new pathways represent new strength in our ability to focus.
When we are born, we are guaranteed that choosing our focus will be part of our life experience –we will touch up against some things we do not want. Then we turn to focus on what we DO WANT so we get more of it.
We get what we hold in our thoughts in this attraction-based world. Continue reading

November 29, 2023
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Compassion and Self Care                

We want to protect our loved ones from hurt. If a dear one has borne a loss, we would love to “be there for them.” In some circumstances we can become overwhelmed with the effort to meet our own standard of kindness we set. As we feel exhaustion, we are tempted to become resentful. How do we stay empowered? Read on for an example of what to do… Continue reading

November 22, 2023
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Keep Going: Urgent Moments Can Resolve Easily.

Woven into the fabric of our living we will experience blips. It is guaranteed that we will experience what we do not prefer and then we realize what we DO prefer. Some events feel so urgent and yet as we persist, find some ease, resolution can come easily. Continue reading

November 15, 2023
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Observing Fear in Romance

Gosh we load so many emotions into a male/female “romantic” interaction. With sharpened awareness we can learn about ourselves and our fears, we notice how trepidations cloud our perceptive lens. Continue reading

October 31, 2023
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Practice Self-Compassion                           

When we travel on the path of grow, we are encouraged to take stock of ourselves regularly and make course corrections. We want to notice our habits of thought and when necessary, shift toward ones that serve us more constructively.
In this process of unfolding, let’s place self-compassion front and center. Let’s appreciate where we are at any moment, even in those instances when we catch ourselves with an outdated perspective.
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